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I'm looking at getting a arctic cat zl 600 efi ss. but am a little nervous about the smart suspension . it's supposedly the first year on cats. is that some thing to be worried about?

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Well, I am not up to speed in my arctic cat area and you can probably tell that I like polaris but I dont want this site to be biased. I don't think that there is anything to be worried about. Arctic Cat is a good manufacturer of snowmobiles and has built a good reputaion. I think this should work very well if they put in the same effort as all of the other things they do over there, which they do. :)

 

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First year things can be good or bad. You tend to be sort of a tester. Although it's already been "tested" it's not really been tested by the actual consumer. So you are taking a risk. Perhaps it'll kick ass, or it'll suck, or you won't noticed any difference. The only way you'll know is if you take it for a rip.



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<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by articman:

I'm looking at getting a arctic cat zl 600 efi ss. but am a little nervous about the smart suspension . it's supposedly the first year on cats. is that some thing to be worried about?

"when hell freezes over we'll ride there too!"

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Now I get it! I feel it's too heavy and alot of parts to clean up after every season. The standard TSL Fastrack suspension should offer all the adjustment a person would need and as long as you keep your shocks serviced it is an excellent skid.
 
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