Not sure if they are this site. That is Glen Plake and I believe he is part of a Trophy Truck Spec team. They were pre-running in Wildcat XXs and had some issues. Apparently the owner of the team has enough FU money to get a new SXS.Is that someone on here? I dont know most personally. 43mod?
Minus the fact that it’s a Polaris and comes with a guaranteed “Stop Ride Recall” and possibly burn to the ground. But other then that, pretty solid!The Turbo S is a pretty solid SXS. The 4 seater rides really nice with the dynamic live suspension.
I have 2 friends with a 4 seat Turbo S. They got them a year ago. They had one recall for a something with the front brakes and that is it. No other stop ride recalls. Took the dealer all of 10 minutes to install the part. I have not seen any Turbo S go up in flames and shockingly over Camp RZR weekend not one burnt to the ground. In fact I do not believe there has been any fires this season in Glamis.Minus the fact that it’s a Polaris and comes with a guaranteed “Stop Ride Recall” and possibly burn to the ground. But other then that, pretty solid!
In the two model years the Turbo S has been out they have had at least 3 Stop Ride, Stop Sell Recalls. Within a month of releasing the Turbo S they Recalled due to failing roll cages, (You know the cage they hyped up as 20% stronger) then another recall for failing brakes, then another recall for clutch ducting restrictions that had caused fires. And this is just on the Turbo S. A friend just bought a standard RZR Turbo and got his first recall notice before he took it out. Something is wrong with the inside clutch covers coming loose & off. He needs to take it in for inspection and possible new covers.
For how long and for as many models Polaris makes, they have yet to get it right when it comes to not having to recall their products.
Talon is a nice SXS. I like the KRX because the wheelbase and oversize should result in a nice ride in the desert.Polaris / can am belong in a different thread lol. I did check out a talon R and new krx in person yesterday. The krx was beefy and looked good but man it’s big, don’t think that’s the one for me. The talon was pretty nice and had more room in the cab then I thought (not as much as the XX tho), and the pedal positioning of the brake pedal was good for 2 foot driving. One thing I didn’t like was the didn’t gauges in the center of the dash.
Did you get through Matomi?43mod - Russ/Ben Phillips. Nor cal washed up wanna be racer guy. Xx pedal position great but steering wheel like almost everything built now is way too far away. I run in to young guys that are shocked what it feels like to actually have a wheel in a performance drivers position. They have never seen it before. At least a couple more days in baja maybe a week ! 3km south of puerticitos if any is down here.
The Honda Talon race team did not race the BK1 the Honda Ridgeline team did. That's why they were pre-running in a Can Am which broke and then they went and got the Razr which broke.From what I have been told they made changes to the engine and transaxle to get these gains. I'm looking at getting a 2020 engine and transaxle for my car.
The Owners of the Talons I have spoke with are just using them recreationaly. Food for thought the Honda Talon race team is using Can Am's to prerun the 1000.
And now I’m about to start building a 4 seat Talon as my new prerunner. Hopefully have it ready for the 500. Probably will sell my RZR now and keep the Cam Am for recreation.The Honda Talon race team did not race the BK1 the Honda Ridgeline team did. That's why they were pre-running in a Can Am which broke and then they went and got the Razr which broke.