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    SkiDoo T'NT 340 F/A

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    • Member since
      October, 2007
    • From: Albany, NY
    SkiDoo T'NT 340 F/A
    Posted by wigman25 on Wednesday, November 07, 2007 3:15 PM
    Hi You Ski-Doo Guys: I was doing some "bush-whackin" today and came across an old guy with a yard full of old Rupp, Ski-Doo and Polaris snowmobiles. One of the sleds that piqued my interest is what I think is a 1973 340 F/A in all original condition and in pretty good shape overall. It has been stored outside for quite a few years, but has been kept up on pallets and covered the entire time. He turns the engine and keeps it oiled down, so everything is free. The sled has Mikuni carbs on it, I think the originals were Tillotson's, but otherwise the sled is very complete and restorable. My question is, is the sled worth pursuing? I am an old Rupp guy and have never resto'd a Ski-Doo, so i am asking for some help from the 'Doo crowd. I have to move fast, the guy wants the sleds out of his yard before snow and I really liked this one. He told me to make him an offer - I have no idea what it would be worth. PLEASE help me out here. Thanks very much. Keith wigman25@msn.com
    • Member since
      January, 2007
    Posted by polarfire on Wednesday, November 07, 2007 6:10 PM
      That 340 fa is the first year engine foward consumer ski doo and was quite the stock racer in the day. It should have the hydrolic kelsy brakes which are valuable in its own.  The engine uses a points system, instead of cdi ignition.  I would love to get my hands on one of those in decent shape to make a clone of the 73 blizzard. The 340 and 400 tn't free air  came out in limited quantities that year and dominated thier stock racing classes. You shouldn't have too much of a problem getting parts online other than the brakes and kill switch
    • Member since
      August, 2014
    Posted by tohimeki on Thursday, August 07, 2014 3:35 PM
    I have a 1973 400 T'NT FA for sale.

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