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post #16 of 22 Old November 14th, 2013, 03:54 PM
 
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Re: 570 enough for us??

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The 900 is way over the 800 but the 800 is not way over the 570. I rode an 800 and a 570 before I bought mine. To me the 800 sounded better and that's it.

Both the 900 and the 570 are new technology. Prostar engine and new transmissions. And as others have said easier maintenance.


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The op talked about the Oregon Dunes. The sand absorbs HP like crazy. A single 570 will not have the performance of a twin 800. The 570 is a great trail machine. Sand is a whole different animal. No replacement for displacement says it all about the sand. Personnel experience with the 800 on the sand. It is a blast on the sand with a good set of traction tires.
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post #17 of 22 Old November 14th, 2013, 04:05 PM
 
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Well, that didn't take long, did it?


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Re: 570 enough for us??

Thanks for all the replies...lots of great info.
Just getting my feet wet with the whole thing, and trying to learn as much as possible about the animals.
The 570 in questions was at what looks like a small dealer/importer, but when I contacted him he told me that it was sold already but he has two 900's and an 800 coming.
Wants $13.5K for a 900, so I'm thinking I might just look into bringing one up myself and cutting out the middleman.

Thanks again, and stay tuned for more dumb questions....

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post #19 of 22 Old November 14th, 2013, 07:53 PM
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OK, from that last comment I'll guess you're in Canada? There's several on this board north of the border; post where you are and someone may be able to help!

SOLD!!! 2012 RZR 570, with most of the accessories.
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About the 569cc's? I like to call it "the little engine that could". Somebody forgot to tell it that it was only one cylinder. It thinks it's two like its big brother 900.

SOLD!!! 2012 RZR 570, with most of the accessories.
Bought!!! 2015 RZR S 900 Titanium! Let the fun begin (again)!!
Polaris half windshield and rear mesh screen. Outerwears on air filter and clutch intake. 3500# Winch. Scrap tubing DIY parking brake ($0.00). Polaris DVR mirror & Drift Innovation action camera. Roof. Side mirrors. DIY mud flaps. Tusk front bumper. UHMW A-arm guards. Next up: Skid plate(maybe). Bumper/Back bones. Better harnesses. (Not necessarily in that order) Whatever else strikes my fancy (& I can afford)(& the wife will let me buy)...
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post #21 of 22 Old November 16th, 2013, 10:37 PM
 
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Re: 570 enough for us??

My 570 is the perfect power to size for the trails of BC. Any side by side over 50 inches will slow you down on the ATV trails we have here. A lot of the best trails are narrow in the deep woods where anything much wider than an ATV and you will take off a wheel on a tree at speed.
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My husband has an S, my brother-in-law has an XP, a friend has a Wildcat, and I have the 570 (my little guy). I walk thru every mudhole, no matter how deep and have pulled the S out of mud holes twice, and the XP and Wildcat each once. Everyone laughed at my single cylinder rzr until they saw what it could do; they don't laugh anymore - they are all too busy trying to keep up to me on the trails.

I drove the S last weekend and was disappointed in it's performance when compared to my little guy. The other bigger machines have a 'softer' ride but the 570 out performs them on the mountain trails.

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We have now exceeded the cost of a new RZR on accessories and have way too many to list.

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