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1997 XLTsp, lots of extras.

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Old 02-11-2010
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Location: hermantown, MN
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Default 1997 XLTsp, lots of extras.

I'm selling my 1997 XLTsp. I'm the orginal owner and bought the sled as a leftover in 1998.

This sled has the late production motor so it has the extra oiling line and the cast version of the SLP high compresion heads.

Details and extras:

Miles - 3,853
X-tra 12 suspension
Fox shocks all around last time re-built - last season
Ripsaw 1.25 track
SLP SLT plastic skiis
PSI triple pipes with stinger can
Clutched and jetted by madcow
One inch riser with Pro-xr bars and artic cat grips
Cobra mid sized shield
Screen kit
Belly pan protecter
Xenon bulb
Probably some other stuff I can't think of

I t-boned a tree last year on what turned out to be the last ride of the season. The only damage was cosmetic breaking the bumper and cracking the nose cone. I replaced all alum. bracing to make sure everything fits good. The nose cone I stiched together with zip-ties. There is no front bumper currently. I've been looking on craigslist, ebay, and current salvage yards for a good replactment. Apparently purple bumpers are hard to come by. I can install a black bumper if wanted.

From ten feet this is still a very sharp looking machine.

These pictures are as you see it today sans the front bumper and stiched nose cone.

I would be willing to convert the exhaust and jetting back to stock if you don't want the hassle of having to re-jet for any large fluctuations in tempatures.

I have not ridden the sled this year other then up and down the road a few times and she deffiently rips pretty good!


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Old 02-11-2010
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Wow, you really take care of your stuff.

Bump for a clean sled.
You don't have to flinch for me to know that you're scared.
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Old 02-15-2010
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Location: hermantown, MN
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Goodbye dear friend.

Over the past 13 years we've had some great times. We participated in some epic rides and a few forgetable ones too. Together we continued riding with old friends, met some new ones, and sadly lost a few along the way as well.

We rode some incredable trails, busted unimaginable powder, did death defying hill climbs, and most importantly, together we raised and introduced two young children into the sport.

Alas, like many partnerships, the day came when our paths took us in different directions. You my friend are heading to Appleton MN to what I hope is a new family that will be filled with many exciting new experiences. For myself, the future is for now unkown. I pray that God directs me in the coming year as to what life has in store for me.

Although many toys have come and gone in my lifetime, you my friend and companion, will be missed the most.

God speed and happy trails to you.

Goodbye dear friend.
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