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Well the specs arent out but here is what has changed & stayed the same.

same chassis
same track size 15x.82.121 (new pattern though)
same graphics/color as polaris website pics
same seat & overall appearance as website
same p-85 secondary clutch
same primary clutch (with same engagement and springs)
10lbs lighter than last year
new piston coating
new air box
new carb. settings
new porting
new chrome windshield (same 13" size)
new alum. tie rods and control arms


suppose to have about 10% hp gain (should be around 77/78 hp)


I was told that this is the last year of 440 fans, because next year sno-x is suppose to open up 600 fan class in order to get more people available
 

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Also, since of the low demand only 500 were made. They were produced on 9/30-10/4. The sleds have already been built but just have not been shipped.
 

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i wish they put a bigger track on it stock-always costs too much to change out
SnoPro Fan 02 and 03 comes with 1.375 stock I think
a 1.25 would be nice
 

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sno pro fan i dont think come with that big of a track. Your best thing to do, rather its an '02 or '03 is buy the 1.375x14x121 track that came on the '02 liquid. Its lighter and gives alot more traction as compared to what comes stock. Only thing is it will cost you about $ 500. You can get the pn# off the polaris website or from your dealer.
 

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I have seen the sled in person (2002 Sno Pro Fan) and it had at leat a 1.25, but I would still bet my .02 that it is a 1.375
I wish that sled was a little lighter
anyone know the exact weight on it
maybe 470 ish pounds?
heard a shop guy say he's heard of them going almost 100 mph, wow
downhill ice slope maybe, jk
seems like a lot of sled for the money, would miss the power of my 600 mxz a little, but not too much
 
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