well your right zrt is not a snow pro..and not all cce have remote reservior shocks with a dial for the frontQuinlan said:For starters, I'm fairly certain there was never a production ZRT SnoPro. You might want to look into that a little more.
The ZRT should be good for just shy of 150hp. The triples are known to be lake screamers, this one should be no different. If you are a power whore, this should be the obvious choice.
On the flip side, the ZR 800 should be pushing around 140hp. The CCE is going to consist of (as compared to a standard ZR) an upgraded suspension package (remote reservoirs on all shocks, with a dial-adjust on the front track shock), different graphics, and a 1.25" track. The Cat batteryless EFI systems are very proven...pull the rope and go despite the conditions outside.
It's all a matter of what you intend to do with the sled. If you like to go fast and fly through the trails, the ZRT will have more go. If you are going to be ditchbanging, jumping, etc...the ZR is going to hold up better to the abuse. The ZR is also going to require slightly less maintenance, as there are no carburetors to clean.
The ZRT isn't too badly priced, but the ZR seems a little high. No matter which one you look into though, I would try to come down on the prices.
All the ones I've ever seen have. They didn't have clickers, but had remote reservoirs.teamarctic14 said:..and not all cce have remote reservior shocks with a dial for the front
I wouldn't say that. Pice can vary depending on loacation and he may be somewhere where sleds are worth a lot more.ArcticCatZR800 said:I got a 2002 zr 800 for $2700 this summer and it only had 1800 miles in perfect shape, so $3200 is too much IMO.
True but i feel i overpayed a bit for mine so $3200 wouldn't be worth it for me unless it was canadian.wakeboarderboy said:
That's what I was getting at. But since we don't have much input from him on his riding details, style, location, etc. it's hard to say much.madcow said:wouldnt the better question be what chassis is better? who cares about the engines, if hp is what you are after the zrt hands down is a lake/groomed trail screamer with endless hp. literally depending on your budget you can be over 300 hp. the zr will be a more rough trail friendly sled with good corner to corner speed.