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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-18-2017, 07:57 AM Thread Starter
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Trail Riding

How are the revolts in a trail riding situation and how do you quiet them down without losing power?
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Re: Trail Riding

Depends on how wide and sharp the turns are. You are roughly the same width as a SXS. sharp turns only happen when you can power the rear end around or "stick" the front wheels when running in a rut. You can set up the suspension to meet your needs. But keep in mind, you can't change the length of the wheel base.

Regarding the noise.....I am turbo charged and when I had the factory muffler on it I was quieter than my buddies Maverick and Razor. I modified the exhaust, so now I'm slightly louder.
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