Get stiffer springs. Use the 97 deg rear torsion springs,(part # 076/077)
and 110lb straight rate springs on the front. set your front arm height at
6". run the rear arm positioned all the way forward. Front clickers on 3.
Rear on 2. Set sag in front to 2", you should have about the same on the
rear with the stiffer springs also. Use the lightest preload setting on the
tiangle block for the rear springs.
The only time I have used progressive springs on the front is in really soft
wet snow. I recently switched from my 110lb springs and ran 100lb springs
and found it an acceptable compromise on switching back and forth between
straight's and progressives. Actually the 100lb straight rates were pretty
damn good. I think you should go 110 though. The 110's are the bomb up
front for aggressive riders on packed trails.
After much screwing around, thats what I found to work best on my Cat.(97
ZR440) But, I'm running 120 studs in the track and 8" on the ski's. My
Sled handles perfect for me. I can change lines mid corner and only if I
get sloppy with body positioning will it stand up. Your ride will be firm,
your handling will be crisp. You will need to adjust it so suits your style
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> Well just picked up a 2000 Arctic Cat ZR-600 limited
> edition (Millennium) The sled has clicker shocks all
> around, has knob up by handle bars. I need some advice as
> how to use them and set them up. My weight is about 200
> with gear on, i ride aggressively, any help would be
> I will be posting more question as they arise.
> Thanks for the advice
> Steve in Ct
> 2000 ZR-600LE