Bruce is 100% right. The first thing I noticed on our test run was the RZR did hold back ALOT better going down hills than my XP. I loved how it operated. I'm running the white spring in my XP which does make the clutch disengage a little quicker than I would like going down hill. The RZR felt just perfect to me going down hill with my foot off the gas pedal. It didn't free wheel and it didn't hold back hard, just right in my opinion. I need to quit talking about it! It's making me want one even more [:0][
Brian<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by ElecTech
I can tell you from personal experience in driving the RZR on our Minnesota trip that it does not have engine braking stock. But, I made the comment and we all agreed, that it did feel like something was holding it back on the steep downhills. I was driving one with stock tires and wheels and it felt the same way. I almost thought I was riding the brake when going down steep hills. I found it very much to my liking. If I am not mistaken, it is the way the clutching is setup that makes it feel like this. I would try it first before spending the $100. Unless you are going to be in the steep downhills of Colorado or something similar, I wouldn't bother.
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