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Old 01-01-2006, 09:09 PM   #1
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anybody know what's the difference between these? Springs? Scissor arm settings (first hole vs. second hole vs. third hole)?

I vaguely remember a spec. sheet I looked at last year saying the Snopro had more suspension travel and I've seen on some posts where the snopro rides better for the heavier riders.
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The snow pro uses remote reservoir front shocks with stiffer springs and more aggressive valving up front. The rear skid uses a larger diameter front skid shock and spring with more aggressive valving as well. the snow pro also uses a 1.325 inch track as opposed to the standards 1 inch track. I know first hand that the sno pro handles the big hits and bumbs better, reduced bottoming out, but is almost too stiff for a 160 lb rider like myself and doesn't suck up the smaller stutter bumps on the trail as well as the standard model. For complete specs just check out the arcticcat.com site.
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