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For those of you with Dynamix, what has been your experience? Worth the $$$? Also, any reliability issues?

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I have had my Dynamix Turbo for over a year now have had no problems I am very pleased with it glad I got the Dynamix
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Love mine. No issues. 1400 miles.
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Sub. Means I'm just subscribed to the thread. I'm wondering the same thing you are. I'm curious if the ride is much better than a standard turbo.

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Sub. Means I'm just subscribed to the thread. I'm wondering the same thing you are. I'm curious if the ride is much better than a standard turbo.
Oh, ok. Yeah, they get a lot of money for it. And to truthful, it sounds pretty complicated; based on my experience with Polaris, I'd be very leary.
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