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After much tweaking I have my 'new to me' 96 ZRT 600 running great.
I go out on the trails cruising at what seems to me a fairly high speed but I find that other sleds are always coming up behind me. Being considerate, I pull off to the side & let them pass. I try to keep up & have no problem at all on the straight flat trails but when it comes to corners & bumps I just cant do it.

I guess its true of what I heard of the early ZRT's: Point & shoot.

Are all the ZRT's this way or can the suspension be softened up to better handle the bumps?
 

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i know that whatever you ride, there will
always be a time someone wants to pass
you. your speed that you are feeling safe
at is fast enough on trails.
to many accidents to fly on trails.
i say let them pass.
 

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