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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-08-2013, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Question Wildcat x

i have a 2012 Wildcat. just wondered if the X is that much better that i should trade my other in for. no problems with my 2012. just like to be at the front of the pack.
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i have a 2012 Wildcat. just wondered if the X is that much better that i should trade my other in for. no problems with my 2012. just like to be at the front of the pack.
The X model has a better clutch set up and has more HP.

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As much as I love the looks of the Wildcat, it's just not practical for me. As it is, I'm already too wide (per BLM requirements) to run most the trails I do, but the Wildcat is even wider. Would be a great machine for desert runs though. Looked at the 4 seater at our AC dealership and it's pretty wild.

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As much as I love the looks of the Wildcat, it's just not practical for me. As it is, I'm already too wide (per BLM requirements) to run most the trails I do, but the Wildcat is even wider. Would be a great machine for desert runs though. Looked at the 4 seater at our AC dealership and it's pretty wild.
Same here,love the looks of the machine,it's just to wide for me,besides I couldn't use my bed cover,would be great for balls to the wall riding in the desert.But if you want to park one in my garage I can find something to do with it.

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i have a 2012 Wildcat. just wondered if the X is that much better that i should trade my other in for. no problems with my 2012. just like to be at the front of the pack.
UTV Mag just said the x may be the fastest best riding utv out.
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UTV Mag just said the x may be the fastest best riding utv out.
Joe I heard the same thing,but RZR is also working on something.

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There are getting to be some heavy hitters in the HP arena. That new Can-Am ute is pretty sweet. Some of these new 1000cc machines are getting close to breaking 100hp.

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LOL. Nice one Joe. They also tend to break easy. My brothers couldn't take the abuse. That's why he went with a Teryx. And Prowlers....well they're just beasts. Parked behind a Rhino, my cat looked like it could swallow it whole and poop out the horn.

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Yes bur rzrs arent real men just little people.
little people buggies LOL.

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