I have had 'em all since the first 660 Rhino. With high hopes, I just plunked down the cash for a super sexy brand new X3 XRC. I absolutely love the package with all the skid plates, full doors, winch, cool blue accents, roof, bead locks etc, etc, etc. And you want to talk about blurry fast?! Wow! But I just took the thing for a shack down run down a choppy, chatter bump sand wash and I thought my teeth were going to fall out. I stopped and messed around with clickers several times and it helped some, but still WAY too rough.
I've seen the videos on the shock setting with the preload adjustments and that is my next move, but man, I hope it makes a huge difference. If not, give me back my RZR. I hate to spend this kind of money and then have to take it to a suspension shop. My understanding was, that with all this travel, these things rode like butter. Any real world feedback? Thanks.
Its a necessary evil. What i Heard is Canam sets up the cars to resist rollovers at 25mph per some crazy safety rating. They change the Fox valving to accomplish this. Which in turn makes a shitty ride at slow speed.I made the recommended adjustments and plan on going for a comparison ride today, but it sounds like a trip to Shock Therapy is in my future.