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Been posting in your other thread.

Being this is Alterra specific, anyone know what the HP is of the H1 700? I can't find anything other than CC.

This new 600 at 45HP, that sounds like it's kissing the 700's power.

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Been posting in your other thread.

Being this is Alterra specific, anyone know what the HP is of the H1 700? I can't find anything other than CC.

This new 600 at 45HP, that sounds like it's kissing the 700's power.

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I used to have that info. The 550 is 38.9 hp. Seems like the 700 was around 41.? hp.


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You can find it on the CARB website. You will have to convert the numbers to HP
 

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Like! Will probably update my 2002 500 within a year now.
So basically this 600 has more output than the 17 700 that I have.

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Well you can see them updating the 700 to maybe an 800 in the near future. Power wise, my 2002 500 has plenty.
 

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The 550/650/700 all where very close in hp right around 40.

I posted a bunch of pics, and a copy paste of the official release text in here:
 

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The 550/650/700 all where very close in hp right around 40.

I posted a bunch of pics, and a copy paste of the official release text in here:
Been looking for a picture of the back. It doesn’t look too bad. Thanks



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The back isn't bad, it's just that the original Alterra's look 10x better. They went from some if the best looking tail lights to a single small bar.

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Shifting is down on the right so you can be holding the brake and not have to reach across. I’ve found myself doing this a lot when on an incline.


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Didn't notice, but that's a good change.

I also like the shift on the right on my polaris. I often walk the ATV's into the garage after a wash, or moving it a few feet. Also sometimes in the mud or snow you have to walk it to remove your body weight. Just makes it a little easier.

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