The rear is locked all the time so the one brake does actually brake both rear tires. They certainly seem to be strong enough in my experience with just one.
Yup, the Grizzly is a nice quad, the build quality is better, but I'm shocked a 570 is jumping them in a drag.Seriously?
Jesus the grizzly 700 is over 3000$ more than a 570!
That's freakin awesome. The 2014 Grizzlies put out more power than before, what year were the ones you raced? And yes please get some vids.I know it. Race a grizzly 700 I'll bet you will very surprised. I think that little 570 puts more TQ down then people are giving it credit for. Remember the 570 was originally designed to motivate a UTV witch is a much heavier machine especially with 2 large people. I will take a video the next time I go out of me and my buddy racing.
I agree that the Yamaha CVT is best on the market. Belts last FOREVER!!! I actually wanted to stay with Yamaha but not for the $$$$$. More bang for the buck in my Polaris.Nice pics
i don't think you will find anything better in ride and flat cornering that the polaris
and the no jerky takoff's only a smooth transaction from the start to the finish
there clutching is Superior to anything out there
Sorry. I misread your post. I stand my ground on the CVT on the Yamaha though. Not near as much of a chance of wrecking the belt due to clutch engagement issues. Just my opinion. Not trying to argue with anyone. Again I said it is my opinion.i don't think so i said Polaris
Good try twostarrz