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08-02-2014 10:21 PM
theonlyone83
Re: Good price and what to look for when purchasing?

I paid 6800 for mine with all the problems fixed. I wouldn't pay anymore than that. These are fun and they are great but they won't hold their value with all of the rzr's and other machines coming out. I paid less for a street bike car that was more stable and faster. I would own a revolt again if it was turbo.
07-31-2014 02:52 PM
jasonstra
Re: Good price and what to look for when purchasing?

Well to answer a couple of questions you had ...in 07 the trans was week look for a 2nd gen trans ...wasteland performance has them in stock if needed ..cold start issue ...most have been fixed or can be reprogramed to solve this ...oil cooler fan simple fix just have to put one on . Catch can on trans to catch fluid that runs out when it gets warm or alot of full throtle driving....that being said nothing major if you can find one thats done in my opinion its worth no less than $10000. If you can get one under that well worth the price its the funnest machine I h ha ve ever owned mine is an 07 with all fixed issues and is for sale less than 200 miles I wouldnt even think of selling if I didnt have 5 kids that liked the dunes as much as I do asking 9000 on this forum have it up for 10000 on other sites . Like I said very fun machines you can keep up with v8 sandcars and not feel any whoops in front of you
06-27-2014 06:54 AM
joedirt
Good price and what to look for when purchasing?

Hello everyone, I'm interested in the Redline Revolt and wanted to know from experienced riders/owners on what to look for when purchasing one. What are some of the general problems that I should look for and what would be a good price for a used one? How many miles or hours is considered to much? thanks in advance for your help.

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