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I bought this 99 indy sport 440 for $750 bucks it has 2,958 miles but it needs a new secondary clutch which i dont think will be that much.
 

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Not an eye-popping price for what it is: a 440 fan with only the xtra-lite suspension and a maroon hood.
But I still think it is a reasonable deal, looks pretty clean
 

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I think thats a great deal for how clean it is. My ol 85 indy trail is a 440 fanner also, and i cant kill the damn thing and ive tried. Its the most reliable sled tween all three of mine.
 

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Not bad at all. We sell secondarys for 20-50 bucks, depending on what they are. I got my 99 xc500 for 700 bucks also, and its SUPER clean!
 

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The belly pan has no greese at all its clean as a whistle it used to be my friends and i rode it about 2 years ago and had it goin 80 which i think is great for a 440 fanner
 

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I just hope that you don't get whipped in the back with the track off of this one...
 

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POLARISDOMINATOR said:
The belly pan has no greese at all its clean as a whistle it used to be my friends and i rode it about 2 years ago and had it goin 80 which i think is great for a 440 fanner
thats great i had my 95 indy trail 488 fan cooled going 70 down a hay field and the snow was packed the sled looks good.
 

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I remember my first sled, was a 96 Sport 440 fanner, thing topped out at 67 mph. Thought that was way fast back then! (6-7 years ago)
 

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My very first sled was a very used 73 Polaris 440 challenger or charger or some such. The damn thing was ugly as hell and had the fuel tank in the rear of the chasis and acted as the back rest also. But that damn thing was near indestructable also. Used to jump beaver mounds on the Rock River flood plain "marshes" with it. Poo does make a very nice 440 fanner.
 

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Seems about right. You got the better end of the deal. 440's are one heck of a sled, small motors with big egos. I use to ride a ZL 440(liquid) and that thing hauled, topped out around 75.
 

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POLARISDOMINATOR said:
polaris 440s are fast...my old xc 440 liquid went 95
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hahah yeah^^ my zr 580 efi only goes around 100 i cant imagine ur xc 440 going 95. maybe downhill with the wind at your back haha but i may be wrong. cant say ive ever tried to top out an xc 440
 

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POLARISDOMINATOR said:
polaris 440s are fast...my old xc 440 liquid went 95
are you sure my friends indy 500 cant even go that



that sled you just got is like a sport sled i should not have said that i dont know, but i do know that that sled is not going 95 when its 30+ temps maybe you can get it going in below zero temps in the high 70s
 

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POLARISDOMINATOR said:
The belly pan has no greese at all its clean as a whistle it used to be my friends and i rode it about 2 years ago and had it goin 80 which i think is great for a 440 fanner[/color=red]



POLARISDOMINATOR said:
polaris 440s are fast...my old xc 440 liquid went 95
yaaaaaa ok! lol show me the radar or GPS -- never happened - my stock 09 iq800 only did 105mph on radar ..... oh wait i know what you mean -- your talking KM/H right?
 

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had my 488 fan goin 80 but that was on an ice track but I dont think a 440 liquid can go 95 my dads yamaha venture cant even go that fast!
 

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Dreamometer is one thing radar is another, my sled has hit 85 mph by radar gun on trailish conditions at a radar run. I've had the needle stuck on 100 but I know it never went that fast.
 
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