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just wondering what the differences were between the two sleds. performance, weight, suspension, trail vs race use, etc.

Or are they the same thing and I'm just an idiot?
 

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really not a lot of difference the vmax is geared slightly lower the the srx but other than that they are pretty much the same sled.
 

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The Srx is a powervalve motor making atleast 30hp more than the vmax.
Suspension is the same on both. The srx is a great lake racer. Both flat corner very well but not good in the bumpy stuff
 

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The 700 vmax motor is also a power valve motor the only difference between the two setups is the taller gearing in the srx.
 

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The V-Max and the SRX are two totally different sleds. I think they only thing that is interchangable is the rear suspension. The engines are COMPLETELY different. Blocks are different, V-Max is a single carb, single pipe engine, SRX has three carbs and three pipes.... has about 30-35 horsepower more then the V-max. Both sleds ride pretty good, the SRX handles probably a little better then the V-max.
 

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Sorry Paul to disapoint you but:

VMax700 : 3 cyl/ 3 carbs ;1 pipe; NON powervalve
VMax600 : 2cyl/ 2 carbs; 1 pipe; NON powervalve
SRX600/700 : 3 cyl/ 3 carbs; 3 pipes; powervalve
 
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