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    Quote Originally Posted by sand shark View Post
    It is one of those things that once you drive one in the areas you like to ride, you see the difference. You only spin the tires if you mash it in 2wd and also depends on which tires you run. In 4wd they hook and go.

    I was in Baja last week and never felt the tires were spinning unless in 2wd and purposely trying to get the car sideways.
    I do 95% in 2wd. Except in Glamis.
    4WD is too easy...less fun and less power.
    100 mile tire rotations though.

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    I am working on it. I took a lot of pictures this trip as it was my kid's first time to Baja. He got to drive some and should have the best "what I did over the summer" story when he goes back to school. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Total Loss View Post
    I do 95% in 2wd. Except in Glamis.
    4WD is too easy...less fun and less power.
    100 mile tire rotations though.
    Less power in 4wd? I don't think so and I think there are few Awd trophy trucks that would disagree as well. More traction to rally and 4wd drifts are a blast in the dirt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sand shark View Post
    I am working on it. I took a lot of pictures this trip as it was my kid's first time to Baja. He got to drive some and should have the best "what I did over the summer" story when he goes back to school. LOL!
    I thought he went on the last trip with you?
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    I like the new rzr xp pro ... everything but the price at $28.5 with live valve.

    The 72" pro will be north of $32k for 2 seater.

    Abernathy's has the velocity S right now for $17,900 otd... that's hella of a deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    I like the new rzr xp pro ... everything but the price at $28.5 with live valve.

    The 72" pro will be north of $32k for 2 seater.

    Abernathy's has the velocity S right now for $17,900 otd... that's hella of a deal.
    What do they have the live valve S going for? Velocity is a nice shock package, but the Live valve is much better plus all the extras it comes with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    I thought he went on the last trip with you?
    This was his first trip to Baja with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sand shark View Post
    What do they have the live valve S going for? Velocity is a nice shock package, but the Live valve is much better plus all the extras it comes with.
    It's like $23.9k ... it doesn't have the $3,500 rebate that the Velocity currently has. I agree... I like the live valve, and I like the new pro platform .. the 72" pro car will be insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    It's like $23.9k ... it doesn't have the $3,500 rebate that the Velocity currently has. I agree... I like the live valve, and I like the new pro platform .. the 72" pro car will be insane.
    Rumor is a 72” wide model is coming.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sand shark View Post
    Less power in 4wd? I don't think so and I think there are few Awd trophy trucks that would disagree as well. More traction to rally and 4wd drifts are a blast in the dirt.
    Less HP to the wheels. Basic physics.
    4WD is for the guys that can't handle 2wd...
    I put it in 4wd for the wife...

    And I am not racing a TT or WRC.

    4WD is safer...especially at speed I would agree. Mashing the throttle to pull the front out and straighten out the car is nice.
    I would know- I used to race 7 4x4. Only time I screwed up is when we lost the rear spool, only had an open diff with mismatched gears to the front to put in it and I had to drive in 1wd most of the race...ended up swapping it and rolling it.

    I just like 2wd most of the time...and I "only" have 130 HP...
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    [QUOTE=Frank;1441239

    Abernathy's has the velocity S right now for $17,900 otd... that's hella of a deal.[/QUOTE]

    That's a great deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Total Loss View Post
    Less HP to the wheels. Basic physics.
    4WD is for the guys that can't handle 2wd...
    I put it in 4wd for the wife...

    And I am not racing a TT or WRC.

    4WD is safer...especially at speed I would agree. Mashing the throttle to pull the front out and straighten out the car is nice.
    I would know- I used to race 7 4x4. Only time I screwed up is when we lost the rear spool, only had an open diff with mismatched gears to the front to put in it and I had to drive in 1wd most of the race...ended up swapping it and rolling it.

    I just like 2wd most of the time...and I "only" have 130 HP...
    2wd is fun and I will drive in 2wd occasionally. I prefer Awd.




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    Nice updates, the RZR really did need some of these changes. Definitely doesn't look like a RZR though and I'm not a huge fan of this look (Can-Am-ish). I hope those seats are a lot more comfy than they look. Be curious to know if these still have the classic up-right seating position or if they've copied everyone else in that department too, it looks like you sit low in these now.

    At any rate, for that price tag I ain't buyin' one any time soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve D View Post
    Be curious to know if these still have the classic up-right seating position or if they've copied everyone else in that department too, it looks like you sit low in these now.

    At any rate, for that price tag I ain't buyin' one any time soon!

    The seat tilts / reclines, I think 3 different positions. 6" longer in cab, 4" wider in cab. Telescoping + tilt steering wheel. If person can't get comfortable in this thing... they probably need another hobby. LOL


 
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