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    Question Polaris Razor 800 EFI...Good? Bad? Ugly?

    Looking at purchasing one...
    Haven't found a lot in my research so far.
    Anyone have any insight for me?
    Let's hear it...Good? Bad? Ugly?
    Thanks!

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    Im sure you will get some feedback on here but there is another forum I use for wheelers and bikes, it has a TON of info on that type of stuff. thumpertalk.com anyway hope it helps...

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    This is a dedicated polaris rzr forum. I'd start here if the above site isn't turning up anything...

    http://www.rzrforums.net/forums.php

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    Thanks Fellas! I'll take a look at the one's you've posted, but the others I have looked at talk about all of the "performance" stuff as in climbing a boulder or bouncing off a trampoline...I just want to know how it works on the trails and for hunting purposes in the mud, water, and other hunting conditions. Will see if I can turn up any more info. Thanks!

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    Don't forget http://www.prcforum.com/index.php?si...0272028e52d1a3

    Tons of Polaris specific discussions.

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    I've been looking at the same thing. I was looking at them as a dual purpose machine. This is what I've been told so far: Positives: Same 4 wheel drive system as the Ranger, More power than Ranger, fun factor. Negatives: little cargo space, low seating position for mud and water crossings, low air intake requires a snorkle (all atv's do in Alaska).

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    I love them. fun fast and great. you go more places then ever thought.

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    [QUOTE= Positives: Same 4 wheel drive system as the Ranger, More power than Ranger, fun factor. Negatives: little cargo space, low seating position for mud and water crossings, low air intake requires a snorkle (all atv's do in Alaska).[/QUOTE]

    pretty much my same thoughts...if you want more speed or "play" than the ranger they're the way to go....it's amazing where they'll go too.....biggest draw back i can see is not much cargo space. PRC has alot of ifnfo too

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    I have a Yammy Rhino with full role cage and back seat for kidoz. We love it as a family fun ATV. Not too fast, still easily used for hunting and work.

    My brother in law has a Razor--one word--FAST! That thing is scary fast and gets to speed very quickly. They are much more sporty than the Rhinos and lots folks buy them for desert riding/jumping in SoCal (where he is from). Fit and finish is well...Polaris...very comfy and well built. I am 6'8" and my knees were on the dash in the Razor...its not made for tall folks. I can fit better in my Rhino as you sit more upright.

    We love our Rhino...Razors are awesome but just a little different animal. couple shots of the Rhino...it recently got a cheap paint job by me...







    recent factlift...still need to add a winch, windshield and ipod stereo...kids love it
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