Guys I keep wanting a teryx but the no power in reverse just kills it for me every time.. And some say it's the clutch but I know a clutch can only do so much.. Is there anything that will really fix the problem?
Guys I keep wanting a teryx but the no power in reverse just kills it for me...
I turn 30s n reverse on factory clutch. I've had no problems.
My only complaint was the shocks. Bandits fixed that
John Brown keep an eye on the bandits rear res hoses.mine blew out from the inside out.
Done been there Sam Barden. They have been fixed.
Yeah luckily I saved my foxes so I could ride still
Ted had great customer service. Shipped mine out on Monday they were back on Thursday
Yeah the service from his service company was on par but I still wonder about the initial product quality. If me or my son was in a race and had a shock blow due to a bad batch of lines or bushings or oil after dropping a grand on them there would be problems here.I'm glad mine blew sitting in the garage.
For what it's worth, I ran 29.5 outlaw2 wides all around with only vforcejohn spring and weight kit for over a year, and am currently running same setup with primary now machined with 32s and I have never had an issue in reverse or forward for that matter, even in THICK mud as we ride swamps a lot, nor have I ever had a belt issue and I've always had snorkels to the roof
Wow that's good to hear man. Has your teryx been a good machine? Does it pull those tires around pretty good?
Never had an issue pulling my tires. Mine has been great! It's a 2012 750 t4. Only problem I've had out of mine was I smoked the power steering computer crossing a really deep(over the dash) creek before I knew it wasn't sealed, warranty fixed that and I have since extended my wiring harness and mounted it on the underside of the roof. I put a fuel pump in it before I knew about the fuel tank vent mod, $70 from highflowfuel for just the pump. Other than that one right front axle due to a wide open throttle dive into what I thought would be a nasty hole. Actually went across further than I anticipated an right front tire grabbed the bank and boom lol. That is it no other issues