I have a stock 809 1997 Mach Z with the updated 99' clutch, it MOVES, with only a little over 1000 miles on it. It does put to shame the other real stockers. It makes every final in the Isr world series. Last year I did not go way over to Michigan, to race. 104 mph in 660ft. under 6.5 seconds. Email if interested [email protected]
hehehe personly i think that the best one is the 2000. it rocks. i have ran many 97`s and many 2001`s and not had any probs.. the 97 is better then the 2001 on grass. but the 2000rer is the way to go.grab the milinium u wont be disapointed.u will beat alot of modified sleds with that model.....just my 2$ hehe
I think you will get arguments over which year is best, but in my opinion, from 97 to 2000 were good years. Most h.p. during these years, and the 97 had a hotter ignition, which good tuners loved, however, the 98's had some problems with crankbearings, as did the 97's, but not all. With the proper mods done, take your pick. I know the 98's were fast and so were the 97's. The problem with the 98's were you needed to get the pipes hot before they would rock. The 97's were set up the best from the factory, but the chassis was said to be slower in the wind tunnel. I don't know if is true or not. I had a 2000 Mach Z that was extremely fast and reliable stock. Of course I added V-Force reeds and PSI pipes, and that sled was unbeatable against the sleds I ran. Never had a chance to run against Zmachman's 97 Mach, but that thing "rocks" . So, to make a long story short, any one of the Mach's would be a good decision, if the bugs are gone. Piece out.
The cops that I saw pinch a guy for blue headlight on his Yamaha were at an intersection with a stop sign. So they'd have you for failing to stop plus Bill 101 has a section about failing to stop and/or fleeing. We had a little "incident" like that a couple of years ago, south of Apsley. The guy didn't win
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