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2Slow4U
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PostSubject: Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed   Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed EmptySat Sep 26, 2009 12:57 pm

Looking through some old pics and just noticed how well this shows the articulation...

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Big-R
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PostSubject: Re: Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed   Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed EmptySat Sep 26, 2009 2:16 pm

It is so much better with out the sway bar. I am going to try the RZRS with out one also. That is when I get it. I am sure the S will be a little squirrely at the higher speed. However, I am more of a hill climbing trail rider then a go fast trail rider.

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Mud-and-Guts
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PostSubject: Re: Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed   Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed EmptySat Sep 26, 2009 4:21 pm

Nice pic Kent,

The big thing I noticed with out the sway bar was the ride. The ride is so much better in the rough stuff.
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2Slow4U
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PostSubject: Re: Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed   Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed EmptySat Sep 26, 2009 5:49 pm

Big-R wrote:
It is so much better with out the sway bar. I am going to try the RZRS with out one also. That is when I get it. I am sure the S will be a little squirrely at the higher speed. However, I am more of a hill climbing trail rider then a go fast trail rider.

When I buy a Razor, I'm gonna try twin blades... Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed Lol

Seriously, I think having the swaybar off makes a HUGE difference in the slow, rough stuff...
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KentT wrote:


When I buy a Razor, I'm gonna try twin blades... Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed Lol


When I buy a rzr you know it was half price lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed   Good view of articulation with rear sway bar removed EmptySat Sep 26, 2009 6:28 pm

Big-R wrote:
It is so much better with out the sway bar. I am going to try the RZRS with out one also. That is when I get it. I am sure the S will be a little squirrely at the higher speed. However, I am more of a hill climbing trail rider then a go fast trail rider.

Ronnie , once you put the lift on
it is not squarely at all. with out the swaybar.
I just redid my whole rear suspention since we got back
from bell county. and my swaybar is off.
and mine rides better than it ever has..... allright

But you got to have the lift. Stock
without the swaybar its to soft.... Wink
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