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F Chassis 2007- ?? Also known as the Twin Spar chassis.

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post #1 of 11 Old 02-29-2008, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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On march 12 I am going to the convention center to check out the new sleds. Anybody have any thoughts on the 4 stroke 1100 sled versus the f1000 snowpro. Anybody planing on buying the 4 stroke Turbo? Very interested in any thoughts on this subject.
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Z1 turbo will be a great flatlander, lake runner, high altitude use, as long as the trails are not super tight will handle awesome, thank the chassis. F1000 will jump better, handle better. Apparently the turbo feels light and makes top speed, f10 has been improved a lot too. I'd say if your not looking for ditchbanging but want a smooth sled with speed and power, turbo has your number. Not to mention the potential this mill could bring for horsepower in the hands of tuners. I'm pretty pumped about it and hope to see some good battle between it and 1000F or 1000CFR. I would be sold on one if it was 500-525lbs with a sno-pro package...Oh and the LXR turbo has a 1.25 Cobra apparently?
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love that z1 turbo cost to much and is a little to heavy for my riding style buying an 09 f6 sno pro green with electric start and cat com gauge with 102 studs and green hand guards
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Cant wait to see the price of these sleds...talk about bend over. Unless you trailer your sled in Minnesota its a waste
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I heard they were about $13.000.000
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (KCat177 @ Feb 29 2008, 10:45 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Z1 turbo will be a great flatlander, lake runner, high altitude use, as long as the trails are not super tight will handle awesome, thank the chassis. F1000 will jump better, handle better. Apparently the turbo feels light and makes top speed, f10 has been improved a lot too. I'd say if your not looking for ditchbanging but want a smooth sled with speed and power, turbo has your number. Not to mention the potential this mill could bring for horsepower in the hands of tuners. I'm pretty pumped about it and hope to see some good battle between it and 1000F or 1000CFR. I would be sold on one if it was 500-525lbs with a sno-pro package...Oh and the LXR turbo has a 1.25 Cobra apparently?[/b]
Has anyone confirmed the LE will have 1.25 Cobra Track? My dealer is looking into this, seems strange the LXR would have 1.25 and the LE have 1.0. I would agree on the SP package for this sled...I am seriously considering moving to this sled from my 07 F8 SP...want to have a four stroke, but would hate to loose the power band of the 2 stroke. The 09 F8SP LE is very appealing to me with the new modifications.

Does anyone have any comments on the Z Turbo vrs the F8SP?
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I love the f8sp love that z1 rather have the f8sp or f6sp z1 cost to much for my riding style 09 sleds are great
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I have the 07 F8 and my wife drives a 07 Jag Z1, between the two I sure do like that Z1. It's so smooth and quiet but I think a turbo version would be too much for trail riding. Strait line lake racing would be it's forte, I can't wait to try one.


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My dealer said list was $12500 and he would sell for $11699 the R1000 list $11499 sell for $10599 plus cat cash an 2yr. warrenty.
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