03 polaris predator, KTM motor?


did the 03 predators have the ktm rfs motors back then.

(im looking at a troy lee edition 500)

would like some input on how good/or bad they are.


not ktm but still a good engine

I'd try to find a later model Troy Lee edition. No reverse on the 03's and no front Fox Podium X resevoir shocks. Try to find an 05, 06, or 07. Fewer engine problems with these year models as well.

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