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Full Details and Photos of the 2002 Arctic Cat Sno Pro available at 8:00 PM Today!

Postby SNOBALLZ » November 18th, 2001, 10:12 am

............remove ALL the decals, squint the headlights a tad, paint it ALL white, with white seat, skis, and track.....I'LL TAKE TWO!
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Postby Elk » November 18th, 2001, 1:48 pm

PowDar Well, let's see, Yamaha uses triples and the SnoPro has a twin. Yamaha's engines are mounted upright and the SnoPro's is laying down. I have to say, I don't see the similarity. Be a little bit more specific.

I don't think the pipe is close enough to the carbs to make any difference.

Well, there is no reason to put a four bulb headlight on a snowcross sled. And it looks like the 2003 ZR's are going to be awesome.

The hood and the windshield look fine to me.
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Postby Captain » November 18th, 2001, 10:09 pm

Bulge "sitting" on the hood? What the hell are you talking about? Do you not know that hoods are molded? That was a REAL intelligent comment there PowDar.
PowDar you know what looks familiar on the Yamaha's? They put the engine in the front, they have a slide rail suspension, aluminum tunnel, gas tank mounted in front of the driver. These were all FIRSTS on Cat. Don't get into a who's copying who fit or this looks just like something on Yamaha because you have not seen it on a Yamaha yet since it takes them three years to come out with something the competition already has!
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Postby Luv2sled » November 18th, 2001, 11:39 pm

Looks like a yamaha........that would be one kick ass looking sled if it wasn't for the Puke Green.
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