that looks ALOT like WV, where was that pic taken? i grew up in WV, live in TX now. just got back from HMT and ready to go back.
The XRC and XMR are 64" machines vs 60" on the regular Sport. That extra width helps avoid rubbing with larger tires. I'm not saying 30s, 32s etc. won't fit a regular Sport, just making sure everybody reading this understands that there is a difference. A buddy has 34s on his XRC with no issues. Well....other than the fact that he's the "rescue" machine when others get stuck. 🤣The XRC and XMR comes with 30s so that's for sure a safe option.
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I know the Max machines have Fox 2.5 shocks does it also have arched a arms.?XMR is also geared lower, or so I've heard.
I have a '19 Sport Max and run 32x10R15 Maxxis Carnivores on 4+3 offset rims. I can barely make them rub the plastic footwells. I believe 5+2 rims would solve that problem. The Carnivores run just a hair bigger than the Tusk Terrabites.
Performance is fine for trails. For really nasty rock crawling, I'd want a clutch kit. But you could get by with stock.
very nice! just got back from hmt. stayed at wvatvrentals just above ashland. great place! rick is super cool. wish it didn't take me 22 hours to get there.It’s War WV off Pinnacle trail.
We go 3-5 times a year.
Same machine, I'm in the process of adding 14" wheels (stock from X3), and 30x10R14 Terrabite tires. 5 tires, decent price and free shipping from Rocky Mt. ATV.We have the Sport Max 1000R
Quickly upgraded to 30” tires on 14” wheels
Noticed a little loss of hole shot, but now it’s normal. The extra ground clearance is worth any minor power loss.
There is easily clearance for 32” with out mods
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