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After fighing the heavy weight steering on my 2007 Sportman 800 LE, I sold it today. Within an hour I bought a new 570 with EPS. I think I did ok too. I sold my 800 for $5500.00 and picked up a 570 for $6725 out the door. Now the modifications will begin. Any suggestion on my first mods?
 

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Welcome to the club. Snorkels, rad relo, and tires
 

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Your going to like the new 570, and they run strong from what I've read. I don't own one but lots of goods things about them.
 

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congrats on the new bike. lets us know what u think of the 570 compared to ur 800 when u get some seat time. first mod is a 4in1 deal done at the same time before the bike hits the trail hard, tires(26"bighorns), skids(richochets), winch(warn 3500 provantage synthetic), and bumpers(original GURU's front n rear).
 

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congrats on the new bike. lets us know what u think of the 570 compared to ur 800 when u get some seat time.
I'm really interested in your thoughts on that as well... the 570 compared to the 800.

As for mods... I don't know... I'm still shopping for a winch for mine.
 

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I cant believe you got $5500 for an 800 that old! Good job
That was the full asking price too. It did only have 50 hours and 250 miles but I still did good. They seem to be going for that much around here on craiglist give or take a few hundred dollars. I was happier with the fact that I got my new sportsman 570 with eps for $6725 out the door.
 

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It sounds like the 570 is a good choice.
I have an 800 and the fuel range is terrible due to the small gas tank.
I imagine the 570 will have much better range.
 
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