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I took my p4 on a 150 mile desert ride today and had a great time. Climbed everything I could find. Most of the ride was pretty fast at 30+ mph. At 100 miles fuel gauge was out of bars and indicated low fuel. I drove for 15 miles with it flashing and then put in 2 gallons I had brought with me. I got 2 bars back on the fuel gauge and then drove another35 miles to a gas station. It took 6.1 gallons. Near as I can tell I still have 2 gallons of fuel when it says I am low on fuel. I did bottom the front shocks out a couple of times so I will have to stiffen the springs up a little. I will be looking for a aftermarket spring/shock setup for the p4 in the future. Stock setup is fine for most things but fast desert running taxes the stock stuff pretty quick. Did not feel a need for power steering at any time.
 

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Sounds like a blast.

I think they nailed the steering geometry. Even with a bigger more aggresive tire, it steers with ease.
 
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That's some beautiful country you ride in.
 
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Great pictures! The first one is Awesome!
 

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Looks nice without the rear cage...... and are those Polaris wheels? If so did you re-drill them, use adapters, or?


P.S. If you are interested in selling your rear seat belts send me a personal message as to how much you would want for them. Thanks
 

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They are polaris LE wheels. I have 1 inch wide wheel adaptors that I purchased from Super atv. I am keeping the seat belts and rear roll bar for the future.
 

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They are polaris LE wheels. I have 1 inch wide wheel adaptors that I purchased from Super atv. I am keeping the seat belts and rear roll bar for the future.
Dang, I hate it when you people are smarter than me!

I didn't even think about using adapters. I have the rear tires & wheels off of my Polaris 900 RZR (they are almost new too) so I could have bought new ones for the front and then did the same thing. Probably saved a few hundred dollars as well. .......oh well, live and learn.
 
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