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About olddudesrule

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    Custom Rzr1000

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  1. Weekend bump.......someone must be interested
  2. Posted locally on CL, but thanks.
  3. Let me know what you're thinking? I don't think the price is necessarily unreasonable, but would like to know what you think is.
  4. Come on, no one even a little bit interested?
  5. Clean, custom, fast....2017 Can Am X3 Turbo R. Only selling due to family issues, and hate to get rid of it. Bought it from the original owner in North Phoenix, who spent @ $18K on it, using Gieser Performance for the majority of the work. Dune season is here, make me an offer, and be one of the fastest SxS's out there. $24K.....82 hours/1237 miles (full fluid service at 77 hours/1111 miles. Maintained by RideNow Phoenix prior)No internal motor work done, engine/block is as stock for reliabilityGeiser Performance radius rodsThick CT link plateGeiser Performance ECUEvo Powersports Stage 4 tune by Geiser Performance (was quoted 180hp by previous owner, had dyno sheet, lost it) runs on 95 octane or above (original owner was running 110 avgas, I use 91 plus Torco)Evo Powersports muffler, down pipe and high flow catEvo Powersports BOV and charge tubesFull STM billet primary and secondary clutchesShock Therapy Stage 2 RIS suspension system (front and rear)TMW radius cage with inset 40" RI led light barTMW front suspension brace (stock CanAm is a known weak point)PRP buckets with PRP 4 point harnessesSeizmik mirrorsMethod wheels with 31" Tensor DS tiresDWT wheels with ScatTrak 31" sand tiresBluetooth stereo with underdash speakersFull length aftermarket skid plateUTV Inc fire extinquisher mountSoft cover for storage or evenings in the dunesAO Cooler soft cooler mounted in backDual Xtreme AGM batteries with Deltran Battery Tender pigtails (always hooked up in the garage)All suspension and wheels powdercoatedI'm sure I've missed something, and again, only selling because I have to. Come take it for a drive, make me an offer and enjoy this thing in the dunes or the trails. Paid $27K for this less than a year ago, and with all the mods (do the math), what I'm asking is a steal. Asking $24K , $26K with the trailer..Also selling a Legend aluminum 16'x7' trailer that I used to haul this around. Light enough for my 4Runner to tow up north. Selling that for $3000, but would consider a package deal.Call or text Pete at (480)299-5866. Located in Gilbert, AZ.
  6. Clean, custom, fast....2017 Can Am X3 Turbo R. Only selling due to family issues, and hate to get rid of it. Bought it from the original owner in North Phoenix, who spent @ $18K in upgrades on it, using Gieser Performance for the majority of the work. Dune season is here, make me an offer, and be one of the fastest SxS's out there. Asking $24K.......$26K with the trailer.82 hours/1237 miles (full fluid service at 77 hours/1111 miles. Maintained by RideNow Phoenix prior)No internal motor work done, engine/block is as stock for reliabilityGeiser Performance radius rodsThick CT link plateGeiser Performance ECUEvo Powersports Stage 4 tune by Geiser Performance (was quoted 180hp by previous owner, had dyno sheet, lost it) runs on 95 octane or above (original owner was running 110 avgas, I use 91 plus Torco)Evo Powersports muffler, down pipe and high flow catEvo Powersports BOV and charge tubesFull STM billet primary and secondary clutchesShock Therapy Stage 2 RIS suspension system (front and rear)TMW radius cage with inset 40" RI led light barTMW front suspension brace (stock CanAm is a known weak point)PRP buckets with PRP 4 point harnessesSeizmik mirrorsMethod wheels with 31" Tensor DS tiresDWT wheels with ScatTrak 31" sand tiresBluetooth stereo with underdash speakersFull length aftermarket skid plateUTV Inc fire extinquisher mountSoft cover for storage or evenings in the dunesAO Cooler soft cooler mounted in backDual Xtreme AGM batteries with Deltran Battery Tender pigtails (always hooked up in the garage)All suspension and wheels powdercoatedI'm sure I've missed something, and again, only selling because I have to. Come take it for a drive, make me an offer and enjoy this thing in the dunes or the trails. Paid $27K for this less than a year ago, and with all the mods (do the math), what I'm asking is a steal.Also selling a Legend aluminum 16'x7' trailer that I used to haul this around. Light enough for my 4Runner to tow up north. Selling that for $3000, but would consider a package deal.Call or text Pete at (480)299-5866. I'm located in Gilbert, AZ.
  7. Beautiful car, don't get down. Toy market is fickle enough as it is. You'll find a buyer.....patience.
  8. Thanks, I'll try and go direct with him. Was hoping there were more folks in a similar situation.
  9. First trip out this weekend with the X3 (2017 X3 RS), and immediately noticed some distinct differences. Now it's not apples to apples, I know. My Rzr was a 2014, stock motor, full Shock Therapy set up, including sways. Was running 28" scats. The X3 has Evo Stage 4RWI, runs 95+ octane, dynoed at 175 to the wheels, running 32" Scats, and Shock Therapy's full Fox mod package (sorry can't remember their name for it). I didn't mess with the rebound or dampening settings from the previous owner. Was running at Buttercup, which is not my usual spot, as my group normally runs in Glamis. Let's start by saying I slow rolled it onto the driver's side in a 90 degree transition turn within the first 20 mins of driving. No damage, all good, just didn't handle that specific situation like my RZR would have (IMO). We ride hard and pretty fast, but this is my first turbo car. I fully realize I should have been at the back of the pack, and taken it easy for the first hour or so. When this thing comes into boost (running 22 lbs right now), it's just not the power band I was used to with the RZR. Outside rear tire caught at the apex of the turn, and over it went......thankfully slowly enough to do no damage. As the afternoon went on, I was able to get more of a feel for the X3, and began to like it's capabilities more and more. I also should have been more careful and checked the tire pressure, which felt right to my hands. I was actually running 9lbs in the rear, 10lbs in the front. Too low, I know, specifically in the rear. I feel like that tall of a tire is already inherently more likely to flex as opposed to a 28" or 30", and running too low a pressure was just making it worse. This may have accounted for the slight "mushy" feeling the car had compared to the RZR. Anyway, just looking for advise or personal experiences from those who have made a similar transition. I will learn to love the X3 like I did the RZR. It's just gonna take more seat time and driving experience. Big difference in just the 100 rwhp, I know...
  10. No need to pile on, but great video for the less experienced to learn from. Speed is often your friend, if you chose the right line. He was going to slow for the correction he tried to make, and his inexperience showed. Didn't have enough power or speed to fight gravity, could have easily corrected by pointed the front end down hill when he felt the momentum being lost. No blood, no foul. It's a good learning experience. I would also note, the second mistake I saw, at least from him, is not holding the wheel, or grabbing his harness. Don't ever let your arms flop around if you can help it!!
  11. Love it! As a frequent seller and buyer on Craigslist, I'm bombarded with this type of crap. Sad that if everyone used just a bit of common sense and simple investigation, these folks and those like them could not profit. As LE, I see and hear of these types of scams (and so many others) on a daily basis. Volunteer victims, please read and heed!
  12. Can't go wrong with the Deltran Battery Tender. I've been using them for years to maintain and keep my less often used vehicles batteries conditioned. Dollar for dollar, very good in my opinion.
  13. Thanks for all the info and advice. Think Bubbadoc and I may have settled on a deal. See you all in the sand soon.
  14. Additional PM's sent for asking prices

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