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post #1 of 11 Old 02-11-2008, 10:13 AM Thread Starter
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Will the SRX 600 TRIPPLE BEAT A POLARIS XLT 600 TRIPPLE
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I would put my money on the polaris triple because of the yamaha's weight.
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I'd say the Yamaha

I do have a question though, why does the Topic say My F6 then you ask about a Pooo and Yammie?

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deffintly the yammy
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Yeah, what about the F6? what the heck. My cousin has a F6 sno pro, and he beat a yamaha 700 triple with his.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (lee's f7 @ Feb 14 2008, 09:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Yeah, what about the F6? what the heck. My cousin has a F6 sno pro, and he beat a yamaha 700 triple with his.[/b]

There's a bit of a diff between a single pipe 700 Yam making 112hp & a triple triple SRX600 making 125hp!

An old Xtra Lettice & Tomato runs around 95hp so won't be a contest anywhere.

I have a 05 600 Cat & a 00 sxR 600 Yam (98hp) with triple pipes & a couple little tweaks (guessing 120hp).
Cat is faster to 60mph & then the Yam takes over & outruns it every time. The SXR6s are pig heavy but once they get moving should have some serious legs.

Ya Ya my Cat is slow, it only runs 104mph GPS in a not so perfect conditions.

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yeah we raced in the powder and it wasnt really a match, my f6 killed it, but i wonder what it would be like on the hard packed trail,

He wanted to know if he can modify his exhaust on this yammy without having to RE JET IT........
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Depends a lot on tuning. I've beat up on plenty of higher HP tripples on my old 600ZR in all conditions, just because of better set up.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Cat Brat @ Feb 21 2008, 03:38 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Depends a lot on tuning. I've beat up on plenty of higher HP tripples on my old 600ZR in all conditions, just because of better set up.[/b]
You are so right. It's all in set-up. I used to grass drag a 600SRX, and could beat larger twins and some triples. But, guy's that had more experience could beat me with their sleds. Tuning for the conditions is the biggest factor.
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A well tuned F5 will beat it in 1000 feat no problem! (SRX 600)
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