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06-17-2013 09:19 AM
cClark06
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Originally Posted by GTroyer View Post
with Pit Bull Rocker Uber's this thing is lethal in rock chucking .. I warn other's not be be close or I take the rear when riding with others ... can flat out ruin a paint job of folks behind me and if no wind shield or quad just put a hurt on them.
I can only imagine, my big horn 2.0 are terrible as well. I can't push it out of the garage and into the driveway without picking up a handful of rocks.
06-17-2013 08:14 AM
GTroyer with Pit Bull Rocker Uber's this thing is lethal in rock chucking .. I warn other's not be be close or I take the rear when riding with others ... can flat out ruin a paint job of folks behind me and if no wind shield or quad just put a hurt on them.
06-16-2013 10:19 AM
cClark06
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Originally Posted by de3 View Post
they say the main thing you don't want to do is to have the back wheels off the ground,and not let off the throttle when the wheels hit the ground again.and always make sure your stopped when you shift gears.I am sure you are aware of that.
Yes I am and very aware indeed. The less things to worry about the better at least that's how I feel.
06-16-2013 10:07 AM
de3
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Originally Posted by cClark06 View Post
Good to know ill have to add him, cause thelast thing I wanna do is put a delete kit in it.
they say the main thing you don't want to do is to have the back wheels off the ground,and not let off the throttle when the wheels hit the ground again.and always make sure your stopped when you shift gears.I am sure you are aware of that.
06-16-2013 10:00 AM
cClark06
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Originally Posted by de3 View Post
Yea the xtz motor has a lot of potential,and you can tear up the (SLD) spike load damperner.it takes the shock out of the rearend,If you ever tear that out they make a better one, flying121 knows all about them.
Good to know ill have to add him, cause thelast thing I wanna do is put a delete kit in it.
06-16-2013 09:53 AM
de3
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Originally Posted by cClark06 View Post
Yes it def is its amazing how much torque it has, that's why they had to put the slipper clutch on it so rear ends wouldn't explosive.

On the 2009 review from utv guide. it's rumored 70 plus hp which isn't a lot from a 1000cc motor this day and age but, a whopping 188 ft lb of torque is an arctic cat claim.
Yea the xtz motor has a lot of potential,and you can tear up the (SLD) spike load damperner.it takes the shock out of the rearend,If you ever tear that out they make a better one, flying121 knows all about them.
06-16-2013 09:34 AM
cClark06
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The XTZ is a torque monster,my buddy went on a poker ride,and said he couldn't hardly ride behind a XTZ from all the mud and rocks it was throwing.
Yes it def is its amazing how much torque it has, that's why they had to put the slipper clutch on it so rear ends wouldn't explosive.

On the 2009 review from utv guide. it's rumored 70 plus hp which isn't a lot from a 1000cc motor this day and age but, a whopping 188 ft lb of torque is an arctic cat claim.
06-16-2013 09:18 AM
de3
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Originally Posted by cClark06 View Post
I never looked too see if it actually hit, but i don't think it did. the egt was just that hot cause I had been cruising on it for probably a good hour. At least at about 50 mph. And I can tell you what about 300 lb. of mulch in the back I never knew it was there 4 miles down a state route from her place to mine and I was cruising 60mph with the load in the back. I was very impressed with the power of the xtz.
The XTZ is a torque monster,my buddy went on a poker ride,and said he couldn't hardly ride behind a XTZ from all the mud and rocks it was throwing.
06-16-2013 09:09 AM
cClark06
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Originally Posted by de3 View Post
DID the tail gate and the bed make contact with the exhaust,my big oops was when mine was new one of my buddy's dropped my tail gate thinking it had straps on it,well It didn't, the gate come open and slammed into my bumper and scratched the gate all up,he bought a new tailgate skin for me/another time was I rode it to my buddys and just happened to look over and my buddys cat was sliding down the hood.buggy had 125 miles on it,I was sick.new hood was 500 dollars he wouldn't go for that.
I never looked too see if it actually hit, but i don't think it did. the egt was just that hot cause I had been cruising on it for probably a good hour. At least at about 50 mph. And I can tell you what about 300 lb. of mulch in the back I never knew it was there 4 miles down a state route from her place to mine and I was cruising 60mph with the load in the back. I was very impressed with the power of the xtz.
06-16-2013 08:34 AM
mlh1962 My cat came complete with scratches when I bought it so I'm use to that (third owner). I didn't like the way the tailgate dropped when open so I shortened the cables I've been happy with the mod when hauling dirt and stuff but when hunting my brothers thought it would be a good place to sit and now the inner panel is cracked, and when the cables were long I dumped the bed with the receiver hitch installed and the outside hit it.
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