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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-09-2013, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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finally got to put some miles on the new buggy this weekend!! went for a nice ,wet ,muddy 60 mile ride .....it was awesome....rig ran great ,, I found it to have much more power than the 650 ....cant wait till its broken in....did some big muddy hills in 4 low with the diff lock in and it was unstoppable!!!
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Sounds great, Glad your happy.

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finally got to put some miles on the new buggy this weekend!! went for a nice ,wet ,muddy 60 mile ride .....it was awesome....rig ran great ,, I found it to have much more power than the 650 ....cant wait till its broken in....did some big muddy hills in 4 low with the diff lock in and it was unstoppable!!!
Glad it worked good brian,you deserve it,a lot of hard work to get it ready for camp.P.S. you have never been on my 650.LOL.

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Glad it worked good brian,you deserve it,a lot of hard work to get it ready for camp.P.S. you have never been on my 650.LOL.
I have raced for years ....snowmobiles and cars ....if I learned 1 thing over the years was stock is the most reliable...for every action, theres a reaction
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I have raced for years ....snowmobiles and cars ....if I learned 1 thing over the years was stock is the most reliable...for every action, theres a reaction
I agree 100% with you,that's why I have never torn into my motor.but I did ride my 300 honda for 10 years after the BBK.

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Believe me If I had a new F/I model,I wouldn't fool with the performance side of it.I don't think.

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finally got to put some miles on the new buggy this weekend!! went for a nice ,wet ,muddy 60 mile ride .....it was awesome....rig ran great ,, I found it to have much more power than the 650 ....cant wait till its broken in....did some big muddy hills in 4 low with the diff lock in and it was unstoppable!!!
How do you like the power steering,and how much better is it than the non power steering.

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Glad you were finally able to get out for a ride! It's a shame you had to wait so long to get out on that sweet ride of yours! what finally came out as far as repairs required to get back up and running?

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Amen to that!

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Glad you were finally able to get out for a ride! It's a shame you had to wait so long to get out on that sweet ride of yours! what finally came out as far as repairs required to get back up and running?
Where you been hiding,I believe it was a internal wet clutch spring that broke.

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