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Question 2002 z440 sno pro

what is that adjustable timing box suppose to be set at? I have my sled set at +1... and what does it really do?

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Running premium pump gas it should be set at 0. (engine must be running to adjust) It does the same thing as a timing key, it advances or retards when during compression the spark fires. Advanced timing requires higher octane fuel.

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thank!!!!!!!

Thanks! That helps .
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fireball could you do me a big favor and take a picture of the rear, non coil shock? In the process of rebuilding mine, and think I might be missing a second reservoir.
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On a Z440? I though this was a ZR440 thing.
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no these are also on Z's as well.
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The Z 440 SnoPro racers are equipped with the same shocks as the ZR 440 Sno Pro racers. I would take a pic of the rear crosslink shock but my setup is updated the the better version off an '04 440 SnoPro. (larger shock diameters and 1 reservoir instead of 2)
The first 2 pics show the stock '02 setup. The third pic is the updated version that I have.
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fireball could you do me a big favor and take a picture of the rear, non coil shock? In the process of rebuilding mine, and think I might be missing a second reservoir.


I sure can .
You will just have to wait tell tomorrow. If you still need it.
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Yes if you could that would be great. I think I am completely missing a reservoir by the looks of it.
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