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I am going to put a deposit on a 2003 F7 FireCat this week, and I cannot decide if I want to spend an extra $500 on the Sno-Pro suspension.  Does anyone know exactly what is included on the Sno-Pro option?  My current sled is a 98 600EFI LE, it included clicker shocks and the front arm suspension adjuster.  I'm completely happy with this sled except it rides a little stiffly is the shudder bumps.  
 

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Get the Sno Pro option, without question. I know, I may be a bit prejudiced since I own a Sno Pro. But, this option gives you infinate adjustment possibilities. The option gives you clicker shocks up front and on the skid. The spring rate may be different, too. I can't say if the front arm adjuster is part of the package; I'd hope it is. I am thinking REAL hard about getting the F7 in red with stars and stripes.
 

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As I understand it the sno-pro option will have the resevoir clicker shocks up front,and the cross-link set-up in the rear.
Arctic Cat will have a full display at the Lake Geneva snowcross race next month.
 

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Go to the Cat early order site and see that whether you order a standard or Sno Pro option you get A 1" TRACK ONLY. Apologies accepted !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cat may change but as I said no track option unless Michigan is special.
 

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Here are the specs on the sno-pro rear suspension.
     Rear Suspension- Stiffest, high performance suspension inspired by our race sleds with remote resivior shocks.
     Rear Travel- 13.5
     Track- 13.5x128x1.375
No front arm adjuster or clicker shocks. I'm gonna miss that front arm adjuster  
 
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