I drove one of the first rotaxed rhinos and to say the least I wasn't really impressed with its power gains compared to the price invested....that was a stock 800 and all,not built or clutched etc....I'm sure they're better now,but with the xp900s out there I bet the little 800 conversion isn't soo apealing these days eah?...I know in a flat out drag race a commander 975cc gets its rear handed to it by the stock xp900 875cc rzr....saw that myself on the street out in front of the proshop one day...surprised me....I drove them both and would have to lean towards the xp...you can clutch a 660 rhino to pull the wheels on concrete if you wanted.....wouldn't be much fun to dune though...
Bumpers, I am sure the nitrous bottles have something to do with that... lol nice wheelie though..
camshaw, I would agree with you on the Xp900. My rhino with a stock 2010 800 rotax will beat the 1000 commanders. I have not raced a Xp yet. The main reason I went with the rotaxed rhino is for the rear seats that are not an option on the Xp.
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