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I HAVE 2011 900XP took off rear sway bar last year it climbs hill,s better over Rocks better since it,s been off so long don,t feel any body roll,after greasing all shocks for squeaks I have none best thing I have done to it,anybody else that has done this what are your thought,s no high speed,s.
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Removing the sway bar on this new XP1000 = no good way to much body roll.


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Removing the sway bar on this new XP1000 = no good way to much body roll.
And that's saying something...I've seen your YouTube Channel LOL

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Removing the sway bar on this new XP1000 = no good way to much body roll.
And that's saying something...I've seen your YouTube Channel LOL
, I will say with it removed it does ride amazing thru creek bottoms and such but as soon as you start side tracking a hill or running fast down a trail it becomes very top heavy with lots of body roll. I would recommend leaving it hooked up.


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I'll echo what'd been said, if you run fast, leave it on. If you just do slow speed, tight trails and stuff, try it without it on. The truly independent articulation may be better for your application.

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I'll echo what'd been said, if you run fast, leave it on. If you just do slow speed, tight trails and stuff, try it without it on. The truly independent articulation may be better for your application.
No this machine is no good even for slow trail riding with sway bar unhooked. The small top spring on the shocks are a very low spring rate which results in major body roll even on the slightest side hill riding.


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Ok, I stand corrected

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