It has to be the 1998 ZR 440 Sno-Pro. I "Believe" that the ONLY ZR 440's produced in 11/97 were the Sno-Pro's. This way last minute changes can be made before the production of the race sleds by the factory.just bought a 1998 ZR 440. Looking to trail ride. I have seen some '97 - '99 Zr 440's here today, but mine has a different body style. It looks like my buddies '00 ZR600. Manufacture date stamped in the tunnel say's 11/97. Any comments?[/b]
yeah i think you got a deal on that one, i paid $1800 for my 1998 zr 500 last year and it had about 3200miles on it and a riped seat too....Yes, it looks just like it.
Thanks for all the input guys.
Paid $800.00 has 3800 mile, no cracks, no rips. is that about the right price?[/b]
Dont do that you will hate it, it makes the sled a real dog off the line. My heartthrob clutch kit in mine made it engage at 5400-5500 and it was much better. The only down side to that sled is you have to keep on the throttle to keep it responsive in the trails, but it with run with the best of them when you get it dialed in. My old ZR440 would consistantly beat bigger sleds-670MXZ-500POO-MXZ440-ZR 580-ZR600. But it was setup pretty good and I took good care of it. Other then rear susp. and shock rebuild 4800 trouble free miles.Thanks, actually the clutch comes in at 5000 rpm, might have it come in a little sooner.[/b]