he said positive not negative.Originally posted by Octane
[br]It seems like everyone either loves or hates their Fusion. Some people have them and say they are very fast, dont blow belts and are a great sled while other say they are the biggest POS ever made.
Kinda makes you wonder if maybe it isnt at least partly to do with dealer setup. I demo rode an '05 Fusion 900 a couple years ago and really wasnt impressed. Coming from riding a 600 I thought when it would almost rip the bars out of your hands when you pinned it, but it didnt have the hard-hitting acceleration that I expected. It was fast, no doubt (didnt get the chance to run it flat-out for a long time, but it pulled 95 on the speedo and I only had it at 3/4 throttle) but it was what I would call more of a smooth acceleration.
What really ruined it for me as the vibration. Maybe its something you would get used to after a while or maybe you could cure the vibration through the bars with an Iso-Vibe, but the one I rode would rattle the fillings out of your teeth. It did smooth out a little once you got the revs up above 6,000 though.
good for you. I don't think there is many people out there that would consider that a not negative post. lol even when you said it was fast you criticized it. lol and that was one thing from 8 negative things. Its ok to be jealous. 
what do those torque arm and push arms do? i am assuming that you would get more torque. i have heard people talk about them and never understood what they do exactly and how they work. plus where do you install it?Originally posted by U_P_Guy
[br]I don't have the fusion I have the switchback but top speed is faster than I have the balls to go. The only thing that slows my sled down is curves in the trail and fear. No mods yet... putting in torque arm, push arm, and EPI clutch kit as soon as we get some snow.