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SC 10 - SC 10 II swap

This is a discussion on SC 10 - SC 10 II swap within the Ski-Doo forums, part of the Brand Specific Snowmobile Discussion category; Is it cheaper to just get an SC10 II suspension, rather updating everything on the old SC10 to the II? Also, how many inches of ...

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    Is it cheaper to just get an SC10 II suspension, rather updating everything on the old SC10 to the II?

    Also, how many inches of travel do both suspensions have?

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    I think that if you are truely wanting a SC-10II then find one for sale either on ebay or locally. I believe they are the same travel just a little nicer set up.to change everything out to make your curretn sc-10 into a sc-10II the cost would be closer to buying one from a dealership <(I'm going off of this pricelist http://216.37.204.206/xtremepowersports/Skidoo_OEM/Skidoo.asp?Type=13&A=358&B=23 , http://216.37.204.206/xtremepowersports/Skidoo_OEM/Skidoo.asp?Type=13&A=358&B=24 , http://216.37.204.206/xtremepowersports/Skidoo_OEM/Skidoo.asp?Type=13&A=358&B=22)

    you could also look for a really cheap 2000 mxz 600 or 700 to part out grab the parts you want and sell the rest.

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    Do you know if theres any bigger suspensions that will bolt right in?

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    Your are much better off buying a used sc 10 II. You cant convert an sc 10 to a sc 10 II, the whole suspension except for the front shock and arm is a different design. You can however put an sc 10 II in an s chassie but the rear suspension brackets need to be moved for propper positioning. Or you could buy a used M 10 for around $400-$500.

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    No you dont have to move the rear mounts to install a SC-II in a S-chassis. You would if you were putting a SC-III in. The SC-II is a direct bolt in. I have one in my 670 HO.

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    How many inches of travel are in them?

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    True vertical travel is 8.5 inches for both versions of the SC-10.

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    8.5!!!!???? So, my 97 Z 440 has 4 more inches of travel!!??

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    Nope! You are going by inflated manufactures travel numbers. The manufactures measure the travel at the rear bumper which does not truthfully reflect the true travel. TRUE travel is measured under your butt. If you look to the center of the slide rail you will see a rubber bump stop. With all the weight off the sled measure from that bump stop to the coil on the torsion spring. That is where the rubber hits if you bottem out. The measurement is 8.5 inches on a SC-10 and II That is true travel.

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    oh. I get it. I checed, and the other type of travel is 10"

    What size of inflated travel is the SC 10 III or SC IIII

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