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five days in G and all i did was break my rearview mirror with my helmet.

we spent some time with the UG crew at Camp Polaris and wow does Polaris throw around some money for a weak unveil. Helicopter video taping rides, 12 minute firework show, and a steak and lobster dinner for a select few.

I did some fast dunning and burnt aabout 4 tanks of fuel through my Mav. I answered questions everytime i stopped at a beer break to looky loos who were amazed at what the Mav could do. I did some jumping down Olds hill and flew about 40' before touchdown, wow what a feeling. I also hit the woops at the bottom of olds at 62mph with ease. I could jump downhill, lock up the brakes befor the woops and flip a 180 and back uphill with 6psi in the stock tires and pull an XP with paddles by 3 car lengths at the top.

i did some fast night dunning in the lead with the stock high beams and could actually see pretty good.

I am very impressed with the Mav and have no regrets.


please excuse the long shots, mama forgot the good lens at home.


















 

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Nice. Yah other companies in other industries spend money like that as well. Mastercraft does way more events and advertising than any other tow boat manufacturer. Although it does work not saying they dont have a good product but the marketing machine has served them well!
 

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Any issues with the Visco Lock. I know you where not in the rocks ,but did you ever dig down just 3 wheels? This is my biggest hang up on pulling the trigger. We go to Moab as much as we can afford. Nice air.
 

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You will want the QE. Its right under $1k minus whatever you get for the standard if you sell it. So I figure a couple hundred for the upgrade is worth it. Thats my opinion anyway.
 

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i felt the 4wd kick in when under full throttle power and turning sharp in the dunes with wet sand. Damn the steering wheel wanted to keep turning that direction. Power steering would make that go away.

I will have no need for any locking front diff other than stock. My car is 90% dunes, 5% northern AZ woods, and 5% street driving. I will do very little rock crawling with it. I have a T4 with a full locking front diff for that stuff.
 

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Sending it! Nice!
 
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