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post #1 of 5 Old August 20th, 2019, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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My previous XP1K HLE lived in the mud, but man not so sure I want to stick my Turbo S in that stuff lol. How is the gear ratio in the tranny working out for you with the 35's? Other owners chimed in i was geared pretty high to be used in mud, just wondering?

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post #3 of 5 Old August 21st, 2019, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Turbo S up to the grill in mud!

Some of the slow speed crawler guys feel the gearing is to high and have changed their transmission gears.

I do a lot of different styles of riding. Several of them are high speed so I do not want to change the transmission gears.

I change my clutch setup to match up with whatever tire I am running. I can change my clutch setup and tires and be ready to run a different terrain in under an hour.

For the 35" Ag tires I run a hi-load helix, stiff secondary spring and heavier fly weights.

I have no trouble turning the 35" Ag tires. I do however lose some top end with this setup. Still plenty fast for this tire and the trails that I ride with them.
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Some of the slow speed crawler guys feel the gearing is to high and have changed their transmission gears.

I do a lot of different styles of riding. Several of them are high speed so I do not want to change the transmission gears.

I change my clutch setup to match up with whatever tire I am running. I can change my clutch setup and tires and be ready to run a different terrain in under an hour.

For the 35" Ag tires I run a hi-load helix, stiff secondary spring and heavier fly weights.

I have no trouble turning the 35" Ag tires. I do however lose some top end with this setup. Still plenty fast for this tire and the trails that I ride with them.
Nice that's good feedback to hear. For this build I'm almost tempted to run Portals.

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Re: Turbo S up to the grill in mud!

If I ran any larger than the 35s, I would go with portals. I could take them off and be stock gearing and suspension for things like dune riding etc.

If all I did was mudding with large tires I would do the transmission gears.
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