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depends on if your running pump gass ro high octane high octane maybe 105-110, pump gas probably from 85-95
 

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Those would be a fan cooled sled so they will have about 70-80hp on pump gas. A liquid would be 90-95hp but they arent.
 

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Originally posted by SABERCAT500
[br]Those would be a fan cooled sled so they will have about 70-80hp on pump gas. A liquid would be 90-95hp but they arent.
Yep Fan Cooled 70-80 HP
 

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Thats why i always buy liquid sleds. they have much more power and much more consistant power for a nice price!
 

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It was never specified if it is a Z or a ZR 440 Sno Pro. The Z would be a fan cooled machine and I have an article on the 2001 Sno Pros in a old Cat's Pride mag and it states that the '01 got a new head, pipe, and ignition changes that bumped HP up to 66 from about 56 in 2000.

The liquid cooled ZR produced significantly more, ranging between 95-97 HP.
 

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They never made a z 440 sno pro. Heck, they never made a z sno pro at all.

I have never really got why you would buy a zr 440 sno pro fan. They still cost a lot so why not just go to the liquid if you want a faster 440.
 

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Originally posted by SABERCAT500
[br]They never made a z 440 sno pro. Heck, they never made a z sno pro at all.
yeah they did. arcticcatz has one.
 

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I'm almost 100% positive they were rated at 97hp stock (the ZR model). My 2000 is rated at that, and the only difference I know about between the 2000 and 2001's (besides suspension) is the cylinders have a different design for the exhaust port. Hope that helps you.
 

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Sorry, i just have NEVER seen a z sno pro. Guess i learn something new every day!

The liquid cooled are rated at 97hp or so but the fans are considerably less.
 
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