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I'm thinking about putting a Camoplast Predator ( 690-9854 )1" to 1.5" multi-heigh track on a 2000 Ski-doo 700 mxz.  
I ride mostly in the U.P of Michigan and about 75% of the time on trails.  I would like to find out what your thoughts are on this track?  Is it worth the money?  Or if you have any recommendations on another track.
Thank you for your input.
 

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the 9818 is a very good track,many people use this one
 

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I will be using a 9833 1.25" all open window w/paddles
 

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I have a 9854 and I love it. Its awesome for on trail but one of the other might me better for off trail since they are paddle, not finger tracks.
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Nope, no studs. It hooks up really well on hard pack though. Gotta really watch it on ice though, no traction at all.
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I have the 1.25 on my 2001 mxzx 600 and it is a great track. I have mine studded with track lug studs and i love them studs, would not trade them for any other have had little problems with them.
 

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I have a predator 1-1/4" on my zrt8, they its enough for 170-180hp...

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the studs can only go in a track that is one inch and i think that mine are the 1 inch ones, put 120 in mine and it hooks up good but will put more in for racing this year.
 

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I just bought the 9877 and spent 6 hours and 5 blisters adding 192 studs.  It sure does look pretty, but I can't tell you how well it runs on the trails.  The shop I bought it from said it does great on the trails, not too aggressive, and holds up very well on a high hp sled.
 

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on my mxz 600 im getting the 9818 1.25" track.  would that go good w/ 144 studs down the middle??
 
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