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2000 ZRT 800 fouling plugs

Hello all. Just got back from a great trip to northern MI (Gaylord area). Put on about 250 miles. Sled ran great except for fouling two plugs(BR9EYA''s). This happened on two seperate occations. Once at about 125 miles into a days trip with temps at about 30 degrees, the other was after a cold start...
by rlh6805
March 5th, 2002, 5:18 am
 
Forum: SnowmobileNews Forum
Topic: 2000 ZRT 800 fouling plugs
Replies: 1
Views: 463

Resale value predictions

I have a 2000 ZRT 800. It only has 1,700 miles on it and is in mint condition. I would suspect that with the discontinuation of the A/C triples the values of late model examples will stay fairly even. I paid $5,500 for mine last summer and wouldn't sell it for anything under $5,000. There are eneou...
by rlh6805
February 13th, 2002, 12:45 am
 
Forum: Trash Talkers
Topic: Resale value predictions
Replies: 1
Views: 320

No Winter Yet! Who bought new sleds? Weather Site. And Ranting.

I have to say that Im pissed too. I picked up a new sled (new to me) in September, and I just love looking at it in the garage. My family and friends go on a anual trip to Grayling, MI for the new years holliday. We have reservations for the 28th-2nd. If there is no snow it will only be the second ...
by rlh6805
December 16th, 2001, 3:41 am
 
Forum: SnowmobileNews Forum
Topic: No Winter Yet! Who bought new sleds? Weather Site. And Ran
Replies: 2
Views: 549

Whats your cylinder count up to?

Mine isn't to great either compared to some of you.

'01 Excursion=10
'98 grand Prix=6
'01 XCSP 600=2
'00 ZRT 800=3
'89 Indy 500=2
lawn mower=1
weed whip=1
snow blower=1
chain saw=1
go cart=1
go ped=1
29 total. I guess not so bad after all!!
by rlh6805
December 11th, 2001, 4:23 am
 
Forum: Trash Talkers
Topic: Whats your cylinder count up to?
Replies: 29
Views: 2060

'02 Cat rear suspension adjustment

There are three positions that the spring can rest on the triangular shaped adjuster block. When adjusting the block you should rotate it like this. Light->medium->heavy or heavy->medium->light or medium->heavy or heavy->medium or medium->light. What you want to avoid is heavy->light and light->heav...
by rlh6805
December 4th, 2001, 8:03 am
 
Forum: SnowmobileNews Forum
Topic: '02 Cat rear suspension adjustment
Replies: 6
Views: 1261

I love looking at my sled in the garage!

It stays so nice and clean this way. Well it's December 4th and NO snow in the forcast for northern lower MI. Hell, even the UP is losing their snow today and tomarrow. Me and my friends have a trip planned for Dec 28 - Jan 2nd in Grayling MI. And this will be the first time in 5 years that there ha...
by rlh6805
December 4th, 2001, 5:16 am
 
Forum: Trash Talkers
Topic: I love looking at my sled in the garage!
Replies: 9
Views: 875

'02 Cat rear suspension adjustment

Yes, just use the spark plug tool that came with your sled. And do adjust it from lightest setting to the heavest setting. This is so the spring won't slap down hard on the plastic adjuster and possibly break it. Although I have inadvertently done this with no problems.
by rlh6805
December 4th, 2001, 2:43 am
 
Forum: SnowmobileNews Forum
Topic: '02 Cat rear suspension adjustment
Replies: 6
Views: 1261

saw it with my own two eyes

So are you saying that there is snow in upper MI?.
by rlh6805
November 27th, 2001, 12:10 am
 
Forum: Trash Talkers
Topic: saw it with my own two eyes
Replies: 12
Views: 1249

Polaris Triumph "should I"

I wouldn't buy it. A friend got one last year for a really good price. He now know why. Slow, poor handling, rotten fuel economy, overall POS. If you are looking for a inexpensive Polaris, might I suggust the Indy Sport. It's a 550 fan, so it won't win any races (but neither will the Triumph), but ...
by rlh6805
November 5th, 2001, 6:20 am
 
Forum: SnowmobileNews Forum
Topic: Polaris Triumph "should I"
Replies: 3
Views: 882

power valve

I have a '98 ZR440 Sno-Pro. Nice Sled. $1,900 would be a great price if it is not in too bad a shape. There are two exhaust valves per cylinder. There must be a reason why they need to be replaced. find out why and re-post or e-mail me. Lack of cleaning could have stuck a valve and in turn broke it...
by rlh6805
August 23rd, 2001, 5:16 am
 
Forum: SnowmobileNews Forum
Topic: power valve
Replies: 2
Views: 753

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