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Wildcat and comparison vs. Polaris Rzr XP900

My and I were #3 and #4 at ERX after bigjohnmpls and of Mud. Here’s a quick I posted on hcsledder and comparison vs the Rzr XP. completely honest and unbiased, them both.

Quick and comparison of both, questions Rzr XP rode in Moab, UT. Wildcat at ERX demo in Elk River, MN.

Rzr XP- This was a unit in Moab, I rented it for 24 with my 62 year old father. It had 3500 miles. Only wear was in front suspension

Clutching, engine response, etc. near perfect. is all at 5000ft elevation and above, weight of my father and I is 600lbs. excellent. The only issue the Fox shocks fading to the point they wouldn’t come after short breaks the end of the day. I rode this as hard as. well like a

The Rzr XP chassis is very stable, push in corners, and takes all really well. It’s a lively chassis though, end slides are common and fun. setup is poor, no room for my frame in the foot area. It was a very tight fit for the passenger, and the side netting wasn’t the to open/close when getting in and

Was very good on fuel, all day on than a tank.

Wildcat- on my experience in the Rzr, and seeing the on the wildcat I had very high I wasn’t dissapointed, but not all expectations met. Clutching, engine power etc. was average. It is no fast, and it’s smooth and fun taking into consideration my lighter passenger (wife) and we are at a much lower elevation in Minnesota I was expecting more.

It feels down about 10 hp to an Rzr XP, I can’t say how a RZR XP feels at this but I imagine it would be even yet. Again, it’s smooth and there is plenty but the Rzr XP felt a lot faster. I don’t any side by side races to it though. Suspension/chassis excellent.

Polaris Ranger RZR XP900

It and takes bumps just as as the RZR XP, but in turns you have to try really to get the rear to rotate. On the RZR you can turn the throttle, the Wildcat just old holds a line and goes pointed. The Rzr can also hold a but not nearly as well as the Wildcat.

This is what I’d my family without a lot of experience to I prefer the easy rotating of the RZR. Cockpit setup is Rediculous amount of room for driver and passenger along better than expected

Summary- Both are excellent, and simple. Don’t make the of falling for specs, the Wildcat has the suspension wise without a In the field though these two are evenly matched. In my opinion is no clear winner.

Locally, the Rzr XP is over $3000 If I was the only one driving I would buy the Rzr XP. handling characteristics are more fun to me, and the was just awesome. Reality is my wife loves to drive and my son far away from being a either.

I would feel better turning them on the Wildcat and its predictable back end handling. I’m assuming is some potential in that twin as well.

The Winner- Arctic Cat’s If my wife divorces me and my son decides he want to come with, I’ll trade it in on the RZR XP.


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