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post #1 of 23 Old 05-20-2012, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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looking in to a 700xx

hello, all new here and wanted some info on the 700xx... right now im riding a suzuki vinson 500 4x4,, as we do alot of trail riding im wanting a little better ride,,, work on mondays suxs after a full weekend on a 4x4...lol... im lucky to have 2 very great places to ride were i live... carolina adventure world & durham town.. now i just need something more relaxing to ride... so whats the pro & cons for just trail riding ? im not going to doing no kinda racing just a weekend sit on the seat rider..lol,, also does anyone make a dual clutch like the trx250 has ? i hope that question dosnt sound dum... thanks for all info,,, this looks like a very good site for the 700xx.
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wow 9 views and no replies ??????????????????????????????
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The XX is not going to be as cush or smooth as say riding a grizzly around. The XX is a great machine but it sounds like you may be in the market for something different. Yes there is a 2 stage clutch made by recluse

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outstanding,,, thanks
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Yeah I think you will like the 700xx, as said before it rides smooth but not Grizzly smooth it still has a sport like ride, it's the ultimate trail bike tons of power, high ground clearance and again a nice ride... Get one you will love it!
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If you want a fast sit down cruiser get a renegade.

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robbyvaughn9,
I really like my Grizzly 660 and have found it to be very dependable. It is no "speedster" but very capable of doing many jobs well. My 700XX is also very dependable and, after replacing the stock shocks with Elkas, has a ride much better than the Grizzly. The downside to the 700 is the carrying capacity. You will need something like the "6 Pack" to even carry anything other than in a Camelback.
Tough choice. If the funds are available, I would recommend two machines. The utility one, for those domestic jobs and the faster one for those "white knuckle" days.
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well i the chance to ride one through the woods to day,,, well lets just say i cant wait to find a good stock one... power was awsome...the ride is what ive been looking for.. thanks for the replies... cant wait to post pictures on what i find
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Glad to hear, It's the best all around sport (trail) bike in my oppinion.
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