On paper the Pro-X chassis with a 600 Liberty is the best Polaris you could think of for the early 2000's. 600 Liberty motors are bullet proof, and easy to work on. The 2003 Pro-X Race chassis (not called an XR, just refereed to as one to differ it from the Production Pro-X 440 fan) is a strong chassis, but not as comfortable sitting down or trail riding for anyone under 6 foot. steering post is 4" further ahead, and the seat is a weird position for people in the mid 5' range...bam290 said:My brothers friend has a 2003 pro xr 440 with a 600 motor he will trade for my sons xcsp should I get it for my son he had mastered the xc
exactly. that Pro-X looks ratty, and sounds terrible.PolarisNutNumber1 said:+1
I'm not sure what size your xcsp is but, what's up with the two different color skis and mismatched wheels. Kinda gives the vibe it could be a cobber. You know what you have.