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I don't know about new cats, but my son brought over a new-to-him 1998 Artic Cat 600 with no-battery EFI. I took it for a quick rip and was pretty impressed with the torque out of an old sled like that. No battery EFI is a pretty cool feature, much easier to start when compared to my old '98 primer MXZ.
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Then I uninvited him to Thanksgiving and kicked him out of the house.
 

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It’s a couple hundred miles away.
Hmmm...

Drive a few hundred miles to grab a Doo for a 10 minute ride or borrow a buddy's Cat...

Honey, is the truck full of gas? 😁
 

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I don't know about new cats, but my son brought over a new-to-him 1998 Artic Cat 600 with no-battery EFI. I took it for a quick rip and was pretty impressed with the torque out of an old sled like that. No battery EFI is a pretty cool feature, much easier to start when compared to my old '98 primer MXZ.
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Then I uninvited him to Thanksgiving and kicked him out of the house.
When i first got my snowmobile license i had a 98 ZR 600. It was a very impressive sled. tell him to have spare recoil’s on hand. I put a new one on like every other year !
 
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