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Old 01-27-2014, 10:26 AM   #1
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Looks like they are bringing back the old school Honda odyssey or Honda Pilot.

I remember having an Odyssey as a kid, those things were awesome.

I think Polaris is going to have another hit on their hands.

This platform with extended A-arms, and a little more horsepower, I cna see these being raced like they currently do the side by sides.
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Old 01-28-2014, 12:09 AM   #2
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Im sure the next model will slap the XP900 in it with an "s" suspension....at least thats what Id like to see. Thats going to be a good intermediate for kids going from the 170 RZR....or for people who dont want to have that drunk friend ride with them.


Ill stick with my RZR though.....
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Old 01-28-2014, 08:55 AM   #3
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I think the old hondas still looked better.
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Old 01-28-2014, 09:33 AM   #4
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Man those things look pretty pretty fun.

Didn't realize those side by side things were used for anymore than ranch/farm/camp work.
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here we go ranching

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Eh... looks like it's lost somewhere between fourwheeler and sideXside. nothing I'd want to throw around at speed, or be sideways on a hill.

Honda Oddyssey was more low slung like a mix between go-kart and dune buggy....
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You would be very surprised at what the RZR can do. I was nearly to the pants point a few times. On my first real off road ride. Not talking mud either
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yeah, the razors seem wider though. This Ace looks the same height and COG, but narrower.

If I'm gonna be on something the size of a 4 wheeler (yeah, the Ace does look a bit wider, but still), I wanna be able to use some body english to get it wear I want it.
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yeah, the razors seem wider though. This Ace looks the same height and COG, but narrower.

If I'm gonna be on something the size of a 4 wheeler (yeah, the Ace does look a bit wider, but still), I wanna be able to use some body english to get it wear I want it.
About the same width

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Says 48".......my RZR stock was 50". I think with the lift and tires Im now around 62ish
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