Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Waddell/Surprise. AZ
Originally Posted by AlmostxProwler
Well Joe.. I own several toys from different manufacturers and its NEVER my first conclusion to blame the maker (namely AC). I was running it for some easy breakeptk in miles on a flat, straight revamped railbed cruising between 60 and 70 kilometers and hour. should I have shoved it in low range??? I know how these things work and I take it pretty easy on my prowler as I have toys kicking around that I can beat on.. this is my cruiser I bought for long trail rides and hunting.. that being said it would be nice to have it rugged enough to get me through the odd mud hole on the trail.. I was told I got water in the housing?? where is the intake? should I instal a snorkel so I can hit puddle without having to jam the breaks on?
Thats a better explanation, My belt problems started wnen I got mine wet I didnt think the water was deep enough to do it then I bought a belt on Ebay that was supposed to be the correct belt so I insalled it. It kept slipping took it apart the part number on the Belt was not the same as the package had a very hard time with the seller. Then Bought a Carlisle belt after reading about them exploding I still installed it. Went riding made 65mph with it then it exploded went to a Gates belt lost speed and power. Went back to a Arctic Cat Belt and its great. They dont like water I am going to raise my CVT intake and vent. Sorry I didnt seam more understanding but I just cant stand when people blame the Manufacture for Everything. Good luck with your Prowler.
2009 Prowler 700 XTX Walker Evans Shocks,STI Roctane 27/9/14 and 27/11/14 tires,Warn skid plates,Ridgid Ind Prerunner Cage,Home made spare tire carrier,Hids high and low beams,1.5 inch wheel spacers,E Brake Alarm, Rear diff vent mod Etc. NO TURF SAVER!