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I am looking at purchasing one and was wondering if there are any issues with this model? This would be my first AC. Any help/experiences with this model would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
 

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I don't know about the sled it's self but the L/C 440 is a good engine IMO, i have 6800 miles on mine and its still going like it was new. I have a 1991 A/C Pantera 440 L/C and it's a very fun sled to ride. hope this helped a little,
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I own a 2001 zr 440 snopro snocross edition and i love it.Its my second 2001 snopro my other was a cross country edition that was all stock.The snocross i now have has wiseco pistons and v force reeds and it runs alot better than the stock 440.I wont brag a whole lot but not much in production to date that will run with this little 440.Big bores will catch you and pass at about 75 but still its very quick to 70mph.I just beat a ski doo 600 sdi renegade accross the lake 2 days ago.He has like 700 miles on it.He couldnt belive it was a true 440.Anyways bumps are no problem with this sled.This sled will put a smile on your face everytime you ride it.Once you get it dialed in they a very reliable.Manufactures will surely have to bring out something better than what there offering now to make me but new.I have rode a new yam nitro,ski-doo renegade 600sdi,05 firecat im finding that the front shocks on these sleds are to soft compared to what im use to pounding.That should be helpful in your decision.
 

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I own a 2001 zr 440 snopro snocross edition and i love it.Its my second 2001 snopro my other was a cross country edition that was all stock.The snocross i now have has wiseco pistons and v force reeds and it runs alot better than the stock 440.I wont brag a whole lot but not much in production to date that will run with this little 440.Big bores will catch you and pass at about 75 but still its very quick to 70mph.I just beat a ski doo 600 sdi renegade accross the lake 2 days ago.He has like 700 miles on it.He couldnt belive it was a true 440.Anyways bumps are no problem with this sled.This sled will put a smile on your face everytime you ride it.Once you get it dialed in they a very reliable.Manufactures will surely have to bring out something better than what there offering now to make me but new.I have rode a new yam nitro,ski-doo renegade 600sdi,05 firecat im finding that the front shocks on these sleds are to soft compared to what im use to pounding.That should be helpful in your decision.[/b]
Thanks, thats what I wanted to hear...
 
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