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post #1 of 3 Old May 4th, 2019, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Just wondering how you guys ride (around yard,on trails) What’s the max speed/minimum for each HIGH/LO Range,so belt won’t burn up. Also why are the 2018 750 so loud when engaging gears?

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I use lo when running under 8mph. When I use Hi I try to gas it at take off and not drive under 8mph. Everyone has their way but that's what I follow.
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I use low for my grand daughter when she is riding around the yard to keep her from going to fast!


Other than that, I'm always in high. I have an '18 also, don't know about the clunk putting it in gear. I've never had any other quads to compare it to. It works... just like Harleys seem to work and their transmissions are clunky also.
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