and the Momo steering wheel gives
you much more of a race car feel
than the stock plastic wheel does.
The car doesn’t feel tippy or top-heavy around corners. The Currie
sway bar and low-speed shock
tuning lets you set the car up for
turns and drive right through them.
Acceleration out of the corners is
good too, as long as you can keep
some momentum up. With any CVT
belt-driven car, you don’t want to be
hard on the throttle out of corners.
Anything over half throttle will usually just put unwanted stress on the
belt, or spin the tires too hard to get
traction. The key to making a belt
last, especially in long desert races
or rides, is to roll on the throttle and
not stomp on it. That tip will win a lot
of races for people.
Next month we are going to hop
in the driver’s seat of this Monster
Energy/SxS Performance Polaris
RZR and enter the Best in the
Desert Vegas-to-Reno race with
Burroughs and try to help him win
his first pro UTV race. Stay tuned
to our Facebook, Instagram and
website ( www.dirtwheelsmag.com)
to see our results. ❏
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