I RIDE A 2001 EDGE X 600 AND IT DOESNT CORNER AS WELL AS MY 99 GEN II 600 XCSP ARE THERE ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TOO MAKE IT CORNER MORE POSITIVE AS MY 99 SLED DID. THAT IS MY ONLY PROBLEM WITH THE NEW EDGE STYLE CHASSIS
I take it you mean that it is pushing through the turns.
Is the track studded?
Does the 99 have longer carbides?
Stiffen up the front springs, if the shocks are adjustable turn the dampening scew in a little.
This should help.
The 99 and 2001 Polaris XC 600 have 144 studs and 6inch carbide it is the 2001 doesnt have as much ski pressure as the 99 has and it goes around corners like on rails have tried limit strap on 2001 to second whole but still doesnt make the corners like the 99 did. Has any one tried anything that I havent done. i like the 2001 rear skid better than the 99 but it is the front that missing ski pressure.
although i haven't ridden an edge chassis model, from the individual reports in snowtech magazine and others, the gen II is supposed to be the handler in the twisties, but the edge takes to the rough much better- just what i've read
Yeah, the Gen ll will usually corner better and it does go faster. Where the EDGE shines is it's ability to handle the bumps and big jumps. However, having all that travel slows it down a bit and it has a hight center of gravity so it is a little less stable. Riders get used to it fairly quick though.
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