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post #11 of 13 Old 02-18-2014, 08:08 PM
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Good to know about the 11/16" bar. Been looking at either some 23" RZR II's or 23" bear claws. Been having trouble deciding on which size sway bar to get. I want the push and excess roll gone but don't want to sacrifice the IRS performance in the rough stuff which is why I was leaning toward the 9/16". How you like the 11/16" bar? Does it take much function away from the IRS?
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Good to know about the 11/16" bar. Been looking at either some 23" RZR II's or 23" bear claws. Been having trouble deciding on which size sway bar to get. I want the push and excess roll gone but don't want to sacrifice the IRS performance in the rough stuff which is why I was leaning toward the 9/16". How you like the 11/16" bar? Does it take much function away from the IRS?
I love the bar, at first I was thinking just like you. In fact I originally order'd the 9/16's bar. And it was on back order, and as my 1st ride date came closer I contacted Kyle. He offer'd to send me the 11/16's which he had in stock, at no additional cost to me. And then if I felt I wanted to exchange it once the 9/16's became available, he would cover the shipping on the exchange! I was like how can you beat that. So he shipped out the 11/16's bar in time for my 1st ride that season, and I've never thought about exchanging it! I'm sure it takes away some of the plushness, but it's well worth it! And is not really that noticeable to me, it's nothing like getting bts on a straight axle quad that's for sure.

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Glad someone is experimenting with gearing. I am still working on a ratio for sand, and your right, 2.67 in sand is not going to work , no matter how much power is provided. I am now ordering a 40T, and 42T , which I will pull with a 13T up front first, and then a 12T. Now that we can get to 3.07 (13x40) and 3.33 (12x40). Stock 450er is 2.92 (13x38) which is what I'm trying to beat, riding with my boys. If it needs to be , I'll change to the 42T , and see where we go, but clearance issues may arise , and losing first all together could be an issue. I went to 20 inch tall paddles , and it made a small improvement, but slight.Ooldman. PS I live in Gilbert (Phoenix area)

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