You will love that sled on bumps and curvy trails. If you don't then something isn't set up right. The best part is when the curvy trail dumps out onto a lake or a big field and you pin that throttle...
...I've got to stop now, I'm giving myself goosebumps.
That is a good deal, especially as we get closer to the winter, now is when sled prices usually start to climb. My Uncle picked up an '02 ZR800 CC, carbed, this past April for $4500. It is in excellent shape and only has 600 miles on it. The guy just wanted to dump it so he could buy a boat for the summer. My Uncle really lucked out. Good luck with it, I really hope you enjoy it.
Yes there are a few known problems 1-many found the rear springs weak 2-skid frame shock failures 3-recoils are prone to breaking 4-on the intake boots, the reed stuffers are swelling holding the reeds open a little which causes hard starting hot. A/C has come out with an updated recoil, updated intake manifolds and rear springs. Many are hopefull A/C will have an update/repair for the skid shocks. I would assume the updated parts only apply if you are having an issue. Inspite of a few problems its a great sled.....Enjoy Rick.
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