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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Jv2cat, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. Jv2cat

    Jv2cat New Member

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    Hello. I'm new to UTVUnderground.com. I'll be sure to refer people here and contribute to the site.

    Justin
     
  2. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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  3. Jv2cat

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  4. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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    Likewise!
     
  5. family wagon

    family wagon White Knuckled - UTVUnderground Approved

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    Welcome to the underground... when I get home I will check your site my phone just doesn't do sites justice ! So do you have a SXS and if let's see some PICS !!!!!!!!!! Haha
     
  6. Jv2cat

    Jv2cat New Member

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    Thank you for the welcome! I honestly don't know much about UTV's, but hopefully this site can change that. I currently don't have a UTV but I do have a 2005 Arctic Cat 650 V2 ATV that is Trail / Mud Ready.
     

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  7. family wagon

    family wagon White Knuckled - UTVUnderground Approved

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    So what your trying to say is your one of the few on here that still have money cause your not dumping it into your SXS !!! Lol your kitty looks clean so I assume that your like to play in the mud, where do you ride at ?
     
  8. Jv2cat

    Jv2cat New Member

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    Lol Mud ATV's require more maintenance then some think but I imagine UTV's do too. I live in Alberta, Canada (Happy Birthday Canada :cool:). We have miles and miles of trails ranging from muskeg, mountains, mud, deep creek crossings etc.
     
  9. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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    my dad would be all over that bike...........
     
  10. Jv2cat

    Jv2cat New Member

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    I'm actually building it up to be a "trail monster." I want to be able to hold my own on roads with a few raptors, KTM's etc but I also want to go in the deepest of mud pits. Should be intresting to see when it's all finished. I'll keep you posted.
     
  11. family wagon

    family wagon White Knuckled - UTVUnderground Approved

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    I'm sure they need a lot of maintenance and just HRS of cleaning after a good ride ! I think every toy that you run hard is going to cost some money but they are worth every penny at the end of the day
     
  12. family wagon

    family wagon White Knuckled - UTVUnderground Approved

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    Def keep us posted what type of mods do you already have ?
     
  13. Jv2cat

    Jv2cat New Member

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    Some of my issues are turning the bigger mud tires. Arctic Cat now has 3 Sets of gear ratio's you can choose from. In the Thundercat 1000 and 700H1 you will find 3.1 gears. Anything else will have 3.6 Gears unless it's a 700 H1 Mud Pro, or I do believe a year of the Prowler SxS also had them. I have 3.6 gears, nice balance from top end and low end torque (need all of it). I'm currently working on a Kawasaki Teryx Bevel Gear Reduction that will lower me 14.5%. I can also install 4.0 Gears which will give me another 11% for a total 25.5% reduction from stock. Anyways the Kawasaki Clutching isn't the best with heavy mud tires and then comes the belt issues (Smoking).

    Current Mods include:

    29.5' Interco Swamplites
    Maxxis 8 Spoke Rims
    Triple snorkels
    Relocated radiator
    Manual fan switch
    Temp Gauge
    Carb slide mod
    HMF Exhaust
    Moose Module
    Tonnes of clutching mods...
    Ms mod - install
    Few more can't remember :confused:

    But anyways, I'll post a thread in your builds section when everythings completed. It will be a little while but it will be worth it.
     

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