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2000 ZRT 800 vs 1999 ZR 700

I have a 00 ZRT 800 picked, my friend has a 99 ZR 700 with aftermarket pipes. What is to be expected when we line up on and off the ice? Also what is the HP for my ZRT 800.
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You will kill him. 150+HP out of your sled. He may jump you a bit out of the hole, ubt you'll go by him in no time.

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zrts put out so much hp and torque its unbelievable. if the 700 was stock, a zrt 600 stock would probably beat it.

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the 800 will win.

Can it! Then you'll at least sound like your keeping up!
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Sweet. That the answere I was hopeing for. I was thinking the 61lbs I had on him would way me down enough. His sled is pretty snappy and light. I cant wait untill the lake freezes!!! Any tipps on how to get a quick jump. This is my first sled! Nice first sled! LOL
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you can take some shims out of your secondary clutch to make it skinier, you want the top of the belt 1/8" out of the secondary. though its really not worth the time cuz your gunna smoke him anyway
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2004 GSX 800 or 2000 ZRT 800?

Who takes the checkard flag on these two sleds? The new rev style or the older muscle?
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