I wish I would have done some slower speeds in the vids that might have shown how rough that field was. It is an old cow pasture and is very bumpy. I did detect some push into the corners but it is erased with proper throttle application. I have no reason to believe that it wouldn't be better on a smoother harder surface. I will say when the speed was high it had overall push as in I was carrying more speed than it had grip so the entire machine was sliding out wider that I wanted forcing me to slow down. Maybe that is the "push" others are talking about, maybe they were overcooking the turns cause this sucker can easily carry big speed???hey tx how do you think the maverick would have done on a harder packed surface , it seems you were doin some sweet drifts in a field but do you think if it would have been biting or grabbing an edge it would have handled the same? ive heard mixed reviews some say it handles absolutely amazing, and some say its heavy and pushes into corners? and as far as rotr goes? how do you think the mav. will stack up against the cat in the big whoops!!
I only had the one small ditch to blast through so I am not qualified to say truly how well the Maverick would handle big whoops or jumps but when I put the camera down and used two hands to drive I opened it up much more than in the vid and hit that ditch doing about 50 and it jumped cleanly. I expected the tail to kick up, my Wildcat would have on that short faced jump for sure, but the Maverick barely kicked up the rear and I mean BARELY which leads me to believe it will be a solid bump and jump handler. I think it has enough travel to hang with the Wildcat. I wish I had more time in the Maverick under different conditions but I don't and I don't want to give bad info by speculating.