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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 12-23-2013, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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I don't even know if the dealers have any yet????

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Are dealer said 2014

2015 A/C Sport,With a few add ons..........
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i drove one at the dealer a few weeks ago. its very impressive. prowler has a 99% chance of being traded. on paved lot with a salesman in the car with me it was nothing for us to get a nice power slide, both of us are in the 250-275 range. salesman wanted to feel the power, in 4 low on pavement it spun all 4 tires, in high it spun about 1/2 rotation and took off. hit 25mph in just a little more then the width of the shop door. steering was easy, at a stand still i feel my wife wont have any issue turning the wheel. easing over curbs in the parking lot felt like they had ramps on them, it was so much smoother then my xtz i cant really compair the 2. the motor doesnt sound as bad as the rzr but its not v-twin. imagine the 800 rzr with a bit deeper tone and without the bumblebee buzz. there's a vid over on highlifter of one embarissing a 1000 commander, also "reports" on the internet that say in a short run 150' or so i has a length on the 900 rzr. with it being under 1000lbs and all the big boys 1,300+ power to weight is close, plus the belt/transaxle seems to be very efficiant. when you stab the throttle it feels like a care with a button clutch, just instant. no thought of wet clutch engauging maybe slip a bit and loosing hp in trans, driveshaft, and diff. just an instant go.

now if your over 6' tall it may be a tight fit. im right at 6 and had couple inches between knee and dash. seat looks like it could easily be moved back i dont know for sure, the doors are a bit close also, but it didnt bother me. cat seems to already have a door that gives more room in the cab.
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i drove one at the dealer a few weeks ago. Its very impressive. Prowler has a 99% chance of being traded. On paved lot with a salesman in the car with me it was nothing for us to get a nice power slide, both of us are in the 250-275 range. Salesman wanted to feel the power, in 4 low on pavement it spun all 4 tires, in high it spun about 1/2 rotation and took off. Hit 25mph in just a little more then the width of the shop door. Steering was easy, at a stand still i feel my wife wont have any issue turning the wheel. Easing over curbs in the parking lot felt like they had ramps on them, it was so much smoother then my xtz i cant really compair the 2. The motor doesnt sound as bad as the rzr but its not v-twin. Imagine the 800 rzr with a bit deeper tone and without the bumblebee buzz. There's a vid over on highlifter of one embarissing a 1000 commander, also "reports" on the internet that say in a short run 150' or so i has a length on the 900 rzr. With it being under 1000lbs and all the big boys 1,300+ power to weight is close, plus the belt/transaxle seems to be very efficiant. When you stab the throttle it feels like a care with a button clutch, just instant. No thought of wet clutch engauging maybe slip a bit and loosing hp in trans, driveshaft, and diff. Just an instant go.

Now if your over 6' tall it may be a tight fit. Im right at 6 and had couple inches between knee and dash. Seat looks like it could easily be moved back i dont know for sure, the doors are a bit close also, but it didnt bother me. Cat seems to already have a door that gives more room in the cab.
thats some great news,glad to hear some feed back.............

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Damn, glad to hear this! Maybe a second machine for the wife? If I give it as a present, that would work! Yeah Right!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL

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well, im going out right now to strip my xtz down to mostly stock. as soon as my black wildcat trail xt finds its way from theif river falls minnesota to waco tx i'll be able to answer some question.
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are you gonna have any stuff for sale??

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what do you want. i have a pcv with auto tune and wide band o2, 2.5" bracket lift, a pair of 350# rear springs, overhead radio for 2011 stock cage, possibly muzzy true duals. ron woods intake with k&n. depends on offer and time. trail is set to be here mon, but i cant get off till thur. planned to leave the springs and muzzy's dont know if i can find all my factory stuff, i think i have it but dont know if a few hundred is worth my time. maybe a couple other things?
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That sounds like it would be fun to drive. It will be interesting to see what aftermarket stuff becomes available, wonder how an atv plow would work on it?

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