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Anyone familar with engine cc on this 28

New Ariens Deluxe 28+ Snowblowers
This guy is selling a upgraded super size engine on this 28 model.
Anyone have the exact model number? And the MSRP between the two models?

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That's the special NorthEast build for New England and I believe its 414cc. I believe the model number is the same as the regular 928+'s. 921037 or something close. Ariens ran out of the regular plus engines so they threw SHO engines on there. it's a one shot deal and won't be in any publications. Search threads for "NorthEAST build" for more info. I believe the MSRP was $1299 in Autumn.

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I have one of those, and yes it's a 921037 Deluxe 28+. It flat out ROCKS!

I paid $1399 for mine, but that may have been a $200 jack because it was the second to last one of ANY snowblower that shop had and there was a line forming behind me to buy. When I check the Ariens website right after buying, the price was $1419 for the regular 291cc version, but with a website "haggle free pricing" kind of thing for the $1199 price.

I would complain but it wouldn't get me anywhere. It was absolutely PEAK demand, so premium pricing was in effect.

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now that the cats outta the bag so to speak if you want one you best go buy it now!!!

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I find it odd that Ariens didn't change the model number with that. I bought my 921037 with the AX291 motor at the beginning of the season and paid $1306 delivered. The dealer took about $200 off the list price. A magnificent machine.

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The 414cc LCT engine in a 28" size would be epic. You'd probably be using a higher gear most of the time than you normally would, which would make it faster and more efficient. I'd rather have a smaller housing with a larger motor than the other way around.

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That would be pretty sweet Especially if it could handle a larger auger pulley to speed up the impeller and augers.

Side note- I think a system to allow two different ratios for driving the augers & impeller would be cool. Speed them up for small snowfalls, giving faster processing of the snow (allowing a faster ground speed), and more throwing distance. Slow them down for deep, heavy storms, so you can keep churning through the serious stuff.

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That's the same size engine as on the Platinum 30 SHO and very similar to the one on the Pro 28
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I'd rather have a smaller housing with a larger motor than the other way around.
Yeah I love my 26PRO even though it only has 308cc. Smaller housings are definitely better for many reasons IMO. You only need the wide ones for long driveways to save passes and it might be worth looking into a used garden tractor at that point.

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Yup. Same engine as the SHO but at the regular deluxe price! Grab one if there are any left.. i see the add is 5/6 days old now.

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