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 Yamaha 1000 YXZ 
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Anyone going to be dropping the coin on the new Yami any time soon?

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Haven't even seen one on the trail yet. One of the people we were riding with had a Viking this weekend. It seemed to do pretty good But we didn't do anything to technical just goofing off a little


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I've watched alot of videos of people cooking the clutch in the new yamaha. Too much machine for the trails I like.

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Mon Nov 30, 2015 12:49 pm
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I've watched alot of videos of people cooking the clutch in the new yamaha. Too much machine for the trails I like.

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Yea I'd guess people need to know how to drive them... and you would definitely need a low range for technical stuff, or at least a supper low 1st. The dealership here said they are planning a different clutch, I forgot the name but some dirt bikes have now as does a couple sport quads. Combination between a manual clutch and centrifugal.


I'd love to have some time in the seat with one. Though I'm still not much into the SxS thing, I'd just as soon have a jeep or Sami to wheel in...


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