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Polaris XP1k, Polaris General & Yamaha YXZ1000R UTV Test Day – S02 E07 – Offroad Addiction TV



Join the Offroad Addiction team and friends, as they take out the Polaris General, Polaris Xp1000 and the Yamaha YXZ1000R for a fun day at the Polaris 4wd Park.

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  1. Every video I've seen of the YXZ going over a riser/table top/small jump it looks like it wants to endo. Is this a rebound issue in the rear suspension or . . . ? Love the YXZ, but I'd have to see that that's "fixable" through settings before buying one. The Razor seems much more in-flight neutral. Any thoughts? Any adjustments you guys made? Am I nuts or did you guys notice that in the YXZ also?

  2. Hey guys great videos. I have a ss  "sport shift" YXZ,  I  bought it because of the paddle shift option, anyone can drive an ss model. I didn't buy a foot clutch model because I couldn't see how I could keep planted in the seat while looking after a foot clutch and a gas and brake pedal al at the same time. The ss has been great, coming from a background of racing 2 stroke 3 and 4 wheelers in the mid 80'- 90's, the feel of this machine is awesome to me. Have you tested an ss model since this video and would it have changed your mind on the "best" machine?

  3. Are you able to utilize engine braking with the manual shifting offered by the Yamaha? I've always like a manual transmission b/c of the extra "control" it offers…whether on pavement or off-road.

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