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Old 08-18-2011, 11:37 AM   #1
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2006 f7 efi sno pro...GOOD BUY?

hi everyone new to this site and I'm looking to by a new sled and like some info if possible..i was recently looking at buying a orange 2006 f7 efi sno pro it has mbrp can, v force reeds, fuel pressure regulater, 2400 miles looks great like new and asking 5200 and willing to take 4750 and that is canadian not u.s..i also want to know what kind of reliability they have and any problems..im only looking to put 2000 miles on it then sell it and don't want any major problems...any info helps thank you..

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Old 08-18-2011, 12:49 PM   #2
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thanks alot I'm aware of the diamond drive and servicing it..any other info
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I bought an 06 F7 sno pro one year ago for $4K. Completely stock, 153 studs and 1200 miles. Perfect just like that.
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I'm probably going to buy it this weekend
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F7 Diamond Drive...

I just bought a 2006 F7 EFI Sno Pro with 2,500 miles on it. I guess I'm not aware of servicing the diamond drive, how do I do so?
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Old 10-25-2011, 08:11 PM   #8
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im not good with detailed descriptions, but you have to change the oil in your diamond drive. i never ended up buying that f7 i bought a 06 crossfire 6 with 1500 miles. i serviced my diamond drive 2 weeks ago . you will need to go to the dealer to buy the flush and the 3 oz bottle of oil and i would ask in detail there. or call
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There is an excellent description of proper technique to service the diamond drive- I believe somewhere on this site- I followed it last year- was real easy to follow.....I made sure to use Cat oils only...
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