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Wow didn't know the frames were that weak. Two of my buddies sold there Rhinos last year and bought RZR 4. So far they are holding up. I will let them know about the bushings. Is there any aftermarket bushing that can be used?more reliable from the sounds of it,not as fast for sure, they kill the bushings in all the a- arms quite prematurely, my buddy only has about 500 miles on his and he's pulled all the suspension off to replace the cheap hard plastic bushings in all the a arms....just be very carefull, the Proshop in stanton ca. has rzrs in the shop all the time for a arm mounts being torn out as the frames are very thin and underbuilt,more than our rhinos....the engines(800s) have proven reliable,which is great....
My buddy dunes with us all the time,it pulls the hills comparible to a stock 660 rhino with pipe and clutch and piston, on Proshops dyno the 760cc rzr engine puts down around 37hp at the wheels,stock rhinos only 20hp, 1000 can am 54, xp900 around 58,all stock form....my 686 with stock valves 11-1 piston 48.6hp @ the rear wheels....
my buddys who have owned long travel rhinos and then rzrs have been dissapointed at how easily the frames have bent on the rzrs,both have had their frames straightened and gusseted by me. They have said how their rhinos would take 4 times the beating and come out fine....