my X12 goes like a champ through the rough stuff, so far so good, now if i could only keep the ass end from landing on end and breaking bumpers we'd be all setOriginally posted by pinkpower33
[br]I have a 95 with the 8 inch, a 96 xcr with the 10, and a 95 XLT extra 12. The best performing, ride all day, and fall off at night suspension is the 96 xtra 10. It takes the beatings, Ive followed it, and followed the same track with my extra 12, and my knees are shot trying to keep up. the extra 12 after some nice moguls, has me gritting my teeth at oncoming moguls, hoping it wont hurt as bad as the last one. Im just thankful that the xlt has alot of padding in the seat!!!!
I disagree. FYI There are 2 versions of the xtra-12 on the XLT-SP, and one has a 48" stance on the front. Before I rode my 95 XLT-SP I thought the same thing - it would be tippy. But this past weekend ACHotrod took it out and tried to carve with it. Granted there wasn't much snow - but he still could only get the outside ski up about 2-3 inches. With my big a$$ on there I could only get it about 6 inches up. It's a very stable machine in fact. Rides very nice - Only thing I would change about it is the top end - it goes to 75 really quickly then it's like a Yugo trying to get to 85ish.Originally posted by Octane
[br]and it made the sled more tippy because of its taller center of gravity.