Ok let me start off my saying anything I put here is minimal compared to other Brands models I have read up on.
Plenty of power for trail riding. Never been a problem. I can leave the Popo's behind. In the mud it’s another story. Low end is decent but not what a belt drive and low gear will give you. You can add a pipe, programmer, and filter for around 4 to 6 hundred depending on what you pick out. That gives you about 8hp more. Remember, you still do not have a low gear.
Handling: No problems that I have seen.
Winch: I have Warn XT on an AP winch mount, no problems so far.
I wish this thing had a park position to select. My e-brake sucks and the foot break is worthless. The hand break will hold it from rolling on flat ground but I do not know if I would trust it on a mountain hill angle hold. As for the Gear's most reliable gears on the market but could use a 4 or 5 speed tranny.
My HUD Unit screen gets little water drops in it. The dealer ordered me another under warranty with no questions asked.
The seat latch had to be adjusted. It was not holding the seat in place when I picked it up.
Springs are great for one rider. A bit soft if doubling up for an extend period of time.
Stock tires are only food for riding around the house or in the sand.
No stock Bumpers!!!
1. Guru front and rear bumpers.
2. FMF exhaust- no packing, last forever.
3. Programmer for the FI, you will run lean with the FMF.
4. A dry storage box front or rear.
5. Tire's: Either BigHorn or XTR's
6. Guru hitch if you need to pull anything.
Hope this helps.
Ride Red or Die Trying!!! Here's some pics to give you ideas. Good luck and congrats on your Rincon!!!