Just an idea, I would maybe wait just a bit til some of the main Polaris only mod shops get up to speed. Some of these places get their kit out first, snatch up some customers, then we find out the mod grenades. Look for a proven track history of HP gains, along with reliability. Same thing goes for companies like Trinity jacking dyno numbers, and charging outrageous prices for pipes. Take you time and read through the hype. If a company already has some big mod kit out.....how could they have thoroughly tested it? Don't know about you, but I work hard for my cash....and I want my mods to last.
Modquad I couldn't agree more, I'm taking the wait and see route until HPD and other Polaris veteran shops have the time to do the proper r&d for products that actually work. The Predators aren't going away so I see no rush to jump on the first products that hit the market..
Yeah Red I think ya did lol. I'm a quad junkie, what can I say.....
By the way, the Silver Lake crowd (and I do mean CROWD) is staying at Yogi's campground in various trailers, condo's etc. The numbers are looking in the 25 to 30 range peoplewise. I'm not gonna ride in this large of a group, they will have to split up. I'm planning on staying at the Budget Host Inn or the Silver Sands motel which is right next to a resturant and close to the dune entry road. If your still going for sure I'll get ya a phone# for lodging.
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