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Moab was fun, but fell short of expectations. My buddy's RZR 4 had some running problems after we ran Porcupine, so he packed it up early which left me by myself. I didn't want to wander too far off the beaten path with the family, so all we did after that was Hells Revenge, Fins & Things, & Kanes Creek. Then there was the weather. Friday and Saturday morning were great, but then it got extremely windy, which put quite a damper on the camping.

The good news is the Trooper ran great, suspension was amazing, new air intake stayed in place, and the new CV boots worked flawlessly. Also, I ran into a fellow T2 owner who lives in Moab. He has one of the tricked out T2's which No Limits Powersports built. I will definatley be calling him next time I head down.

Took alot of video of the suspension. It is set up very well for rock crawling and trail riding. It was obvious in the video that it now rides smoother and travels further than my buddy's RZR 4. There is sway when cornering at speed which is normal for dual rate coils due to the softness. I will be looking into putting on swaybar to help with that.

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Moab was fun, but fell short of expectations. My buddy's RZR 4 had some running problems after we ran Porcupine, so he packed it up early which left me by myself. I didn't want to wander too far off the beaten path with the family, so all we did after that was Hells Revenge, Fins & Things, & Kanes Creek. Then there was the weather. Friday and Saturday morning were great, but then it got extremely windy, which put quite a damper on the camping.

The good news is the Trooper ran great, suspension was amazing, new air intake stayed in place, and the new CV boots worked flawlessly. Also, I ran into a fellow T2 owner who lives in Moab. He has one of the tricked out T2's which No Limits Powersports built. I will definatley be calling him next time I head down.

Took alot of video of the suspension. It is set up very well for rock crawling and trail riding. It was obvious in the video that it now rides smoother and travels further than my buddy's RZR 4. There is sway when cornering at speed which is normal for dual rate coils due to the softness. I will be looking into putting on swaybar to help with that.

Thought about joining you, but the rain, the memorial day traffic, etc. etc. convinced me to stay home and work on the Trooper some more, little things, but the next time you're planning to go down I15 past Pleasant Grove, let me know and I'll try to join you, you could even stop by for minute or two.

Kinarfi - getting antsy to go out and play

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Thought about joining you, but the rain, the memorial day traffic, etc. etc. convinced me to stay home and work on the Trooper some more, little things, but the next time you're planning to go down I15 past Pleasant Grove, let me know and I'll try to join you, you could even stop by for minute or two.

Kinarfi - getting antsy to go out and play

Wish you would have come down. Then at least I would have had another reliable Trooper with me and not another broken down RZR (tongue in cheek). You really aren't that far from me and many trails are half way, so we will definatley hook up. Or, I could drop the kids off at Uncle Kinarfi's next time I am heading to Moab--LMFAO!

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Wish you would have come down. Then at least I would have had another reliable Trooper with me and not another broken down RZR (tongue in cheek). You really aren't that far from me and many trails are half way, so we will definatley hook up. Or, I could drop the kids off at Uncle Kinarfi's next time I am heading to Moab--LMFAO!

I think I still have some of my special cool aid left over from when I had kids at home, you give it to the kids and put them to bed or lay them on the floor and they dehydrate and flatten out in about 8 hrs, then you pick them up and fold the up and put them in a drawer until you get back, then you just unfold them and put them in a tub of water or out on the lawn with the sprinkler on and the swell back up and are just fine in about 4 hours. Would you like the recipe?

You'll love American Fork canyon if it ever melts.

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I think I still have some of my special cool aid left over from when I had kids at home, you give it to the kids and put them to bed or lay them on the floor and they dehydrate and flatten out in about 8 hrs, then you pick them up and fold the up and put them in a drawer until you get back, then you just unfold them and put them in a tub of water or out on the lawn with the sprinkler on and the swell back up and are just fine in about 4 hours. Would you like the recipe?

You'll love American Fork canyon if it ever melts.

SSSSSHH,, :rolleyes: Would that work on adult? "wife" sssshhh,, :D:D:D

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