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YXZ front heavy?

Discussion in 'SXS YXZ1000R' started by staggs65, Nov 10, 2018.


  1. staggs65

    staggs65 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    Snowmobile:
    76 exciter, 87 phazer, 89 bravo, 00 srx x3, 01 srx, 02/04 viper, 06 ape
    I’ve been watching a lot of vids to hear how some of the different exhaust systems sound. One thing I’ve noticed is every vid I’ve seen of a YXZ getting air it lands nose first. Not just slightly but drastically. I wouldn’t think they’d be nose heavy looking at it. Maybe the rear suspension is bucking the rear up? Anybody else notice this?
     
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  3. murdered141

    murdered141 Snow Punisher Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    Snowmobile:
    Yamaha sr viper 15 ltx dx, mpi 190 turbo, straight line header, 38" mtx front end, mtx steering, mtx seat, xtx 141" skid and 2.25" power claw track
    Yes that's my gripe too, I think for 2019 they finally got it right so you should be good.
     
  4. staggs65

    staggs65 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    sabattus, maine
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    Snowmobile:
    76 exciter, 87 phazer, 89 bravo, 00 srx x3, 01 srx, 02/04 viper, 06 ape
    So do you think it was shock calibration? Or relocating the rad to the back or a combo of both
     

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