That's for XP1K only, not turbo. XPT4 still has the good gearingIs this for the XP4 1K's or does that include the XP4 Turbo as well? I thought the 17 XP4 Turbos still had the same low as the 16XPT's.Polaris messed up the Low range gear ratio's on XP1K4 in 2016, they've stayed with that ratio in all XP4's since.
No sir. It has the same ratio as '16 and newer XP1K, which is 21% higher than your '14So I am understanding that the 2018 turbo and the 2014 XP1000 I have now will be the same gearing correct? I can live with that.....just probably can't have it any higher without wasting a bunch of belts in the rocks
It sounds good when you say it quietly, but believe me you won't like it when you put it to crawling. Crawling is what I do, you can smoke belts without effort with '16 and newer XP1K ratio
They are geared virtually the same and the starting ratio on the clutch is lower on the XPT. So if the S works for you now, you should really like the '18 turboHow does the 2018 XPT Low Gear compare to the 2017 S1K? I find the 2017 S1K Low Gear perfectly acceptable for the Colorado trails I run and I have 30" tires.
The reason I ask is I am considering a 2018 XPT this coming Spring, but feel like this discussion is somewhat headache inducing.
18' XPT-4 Dynamix