Well first off which sand dunes do you drive in? The tires only come in 15” and I think only a 15” and bigger will fit the turbo S. Don’t think a 14 will clear the brakes. We ride in Glamis and the smooth front works best out there I think. These tires have a smooth center rib and steer great. I would stay with a 10 paddle unless your going to tune and clutch the machine, less paddle less belt stress. https://www.sandcraftmotorsports.com/product/sandcraft-destroyer-tire-package-32x13x15/
I live in Michigan and ride silver lake. 10 paddle destroyers were no where near enough. Spun over half way down the drag area, never felt like good traction. Ass end was sliding all over, tried air pressure from 6# to 14#. Swapped to some stu 16 paddle comp cut and hooks great. Riding out in glamis is different than here. Picked up an easy car length in the drag area.
What do you guys think is a better charge tube design an all silicone tube or the metal tube design that comes with the silicone couplers on the end? Considering either the EVO ones of the AA ones. thanks in advance.
One thing I see a lot of on my local atv board is people on the trail snapping a ball joint. It pretty much leaves them stranded and having to drag the thing all the way out of the trail and onto a trailer.
I am wondering if the stock joints on the Turbo S are any better than others and what...
It took 16 hours to download the latest USA maps. What is the upside here?
I'm wondering how long it will it take to upload to the car - might have to put a battery charger on it?
Anyone done it? Are the updates worth it?
I'm thinking a pass here.