I rode my friends F1000 Sno Pro last weekend across a lake at night. After a preliminary run to make sure the lake was smooth, I ran it up to an indicated 107 before I backed off. I was just worried about the shore showing up TOO FAST. I ride a 600 and it has to work from 95 and up. This thing keeps pulling like a train over 100. My buddy runs about 325 lbs. and he has seen an indicated 120.
The F1000 Sno Pro does not even notice bumps and rides with incredible confidence. The air front shocks are incredible. Adjust them for your weight and riding style. I plan on buying a Jaguar and might put the air shocks on it, they are that good.
the f-1000 and mach are both slugs in 1000' pulls. they handle great on the trails. but so does a 600 -800 class sled. but the smaller ones are marketed to the lake racer. for lake racing the two 1000 twins are jokes. look at my topic on hcs. only 3 people offered any results. and then there was another topic how in 1000' pulls they could barely get over 100. they are a disgrace to the lake race name.
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