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Old 04-10-2012, 09:14 AM   #21
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Wish I had some action shots but this is my 11' rzr xp. put on the factory utv 3/8'' skid plate and front arm guards. 3500lb warn w/ synthetic rope. some pure polaris accessories as well as the bighorns on ss212 rims.. lots of wants, but its good now, taco needs plenty of attention too. quite obsessed with both. it was almost a betrayal to my truck but i really wanted a toy. truck is still a daily driver so that justifies the toy purchase, right?
very nice! i like the 900s but i think they are just a bit to wide for are trails. i have been down at least 5 that at some spot on trail i had a hard time with the rhino. like like 5 of extra room. one side i would have hit a tree other was like a 15 + fall. dont think XP would have fit. one time i had to turn around because of trees. could not find a good way around them and rhino was like 3 or 4 to wide. than we have haul roads that we go down. i want to do some stuff to it. rigid light bar. tires, and new ECU and clutch kit so i can get it up to 55 to 60mph from 43mph.
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Old 04-10-2012, 06:07 PM   #22
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[QUOTE=TACO721;4892545]very nice! i like the 900s but i think they are just a bit to wide for are trails.

Right you are. Mine is 66.5'' wide now with new wheels. I took it out to a spot that I previously only have done with ATV's. It didnt bother me too much that it was wider, but at some point it is going to be restrictive. That may be the only downside but then again I'm always up for finding new places to check out. They are beasts though, fun to drive or ride in whereever you are. Im still atv at heart but love my xp
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Old 04-16-2012, 04:36 PM   #25
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This is what I rip up the desert with.
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Old 04-16-2012, 04:40 PM   #26
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sweet! what kinda mods you got going on? and idk if you would know or not. but do you know a good CDI for the 700 thats reasonably priced? im kinda looking to make ours a bit faster.
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sweet! what kinda mods you got going on? and idk if you would know or not. but do you know a good CDI for the 700 thats reasonably priced? im kinda looking to make ours a bit faster.
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MSD is the best for the 700. That's what I have on mine.

I am running exhaust, CDI, Bazzaz auto tunner, clutch w/ greaseless weights, Fabtech +6 long travel, bored throttle body, etc
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Old 04-16-2012, 05:31 PM   #28
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yeah i was looking at the MSD and read nothing bad really.

and nice! i know there is a guys in WV (you can search hotrodrhino i think on you tube and i hear he makes really good clutch sheaves an what not. i thought about getting like 2” or 1 1/2” wheel spacers for it.
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The Hot Rod sheave is what I'm running. His by far is the best sheave on the market.
I have wheel spacers if your insterested. They are either 1 1/2 or 2 inch spacers that came from the factory.
I wouldn't run spacers in the front though.
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Old 04-17-2012, 02:55 PM   #30
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The Hot Rod sheave is what I'm running. His by far is the best sheave on the market.
I have wheel spacers if your insterested. They are either 1 1/2 or 2 inch spacers that came from the factory.
I wouldn't run spacers in the front though.
nice. thats who i would go with.

i think ares has the factory spacers as well. i would kinda like to get it a few inches wider than stock. spacers are about the only way. and maybe different wheels. i looked at the LT kits but like smallest i could was like 4” a side. or something.

what i don’t understand is why it comes with spacers from factory why are the A arms and stuff not just longer. that would be much better than spacers. and may add more wheel travel.
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Old 04-17-2012, 03:05 PM   #32
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Old 04-17-2012, 03:08 PM   #33
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I really like the Yellow Can-Am!! Same color as my Snap-On tool box. Here are our Grizzly 700's. Anyone around southern NH or southern Maine?
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I have a 2001 sportsman 500 ho and those same rims, but my center caps don't fit over the front hubs. Do you have wheel spacers on yours or are the center caps different than the rear?
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