It's not that rough. It rides nice. You can't have the best of both world. The 04' were sprung better(softer) than the 02's.
Yeah ive heard that the 02's were a bit stiffer then the 04's, but yeah ti doe good when i had it stock i had the shocks revalved harder for jumping.Originally posted by xcr440
[br]It's not that rough. It rides nice. You can't have the best of both world. The 04' were sprung better(softer) than the 02's.
Umm. . . I think that might be an XCF only issue. Every fan I've ever ridden has been just as forgiving jetting-wise as the liquids. Our 83 Indy Trail has never had the jets changed and has run in temps ranging from -10 to about 40 degrees F, and hasn't fouled a plug yet.Originally posted by NightWatcher
[br]One thing you might want to know about fan cooled vs liquid is that if you have a wide variety of ambiant temperature changes in your area, fan cooled machines are very finicky they like the cold but not warmer weather, my son's XCF 440 was really hard to keep the carbs tuned for the outdoor temp. If your good with jet changing and syncronizing you'll be alright but it takes up a fair amount of time (from exp) thats why he changed to an 05 XCSP 600. Big bubbles no troubles.. cheers let it snow