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This is a discussion on New X4 from Canada within the Wolverine X2/X4 General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Today was a big day, put on the winch plate and front winch, mirrors. Took it out for A test run and found that my ...

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    Today was a big day, put on the winch plate and front winch, mirrors.

    Took it out for A test run and found that my wide winter wheel setup was throwing all the water and much in the cab, fabbed up some flare extensions and off we went.

    Did around 70km’s the afternoon and got used to the machine, I’m super impressed with how balanced it is.











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    Quote Originally Posted by The General View Post
    What ceramic coating did u buy ?? I am in Canada as well and have been wondering about that stuff as well

    On amazon.ca
    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by The General View Post
    What ceramic coating did u buy ?? I am in Canada as well and have been wondering about that stuff as well

    On amazon.ca
    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    Thx , let me know if it goes on ok for u, we are slowly losing snow here lol so soon be able to get this rig prepped

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    Quote Originally Posted by The General View Post
    Thx , let me know if it goes on ok for u, we are slowly losing snow here lol so soon be able to get this rig prepped
    Worked perfect, most of the rig had the water and mud slide right off.
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    Your Wolverine is looking good Alex! Us Gen 1 guys also added fender flares on the front edge of the rear tire to keep mud out of the cab, those rear tires throw it forward too. I like the studded tires too! I was just debating taking my studs off my pickup soon.
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    Really broke it in today, did around 100km’s worth or trails, roads and icy wet.



    Ice, ice baby!






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    Quote Originally Posted by MORSNO View Post
    Your Wolverine is looking good Alex! Us Gen 1 guys also added fender flares on the front edge of the rear tire to keep mud out of the cab, those rear tires throw it forward too. I like the studded tires too! I was just debating taking my studs off my pickup soon.

    That’s a great idea, i’ll Have to do up a set for the rear too.
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    Finally got the soft cab and installed it, quite impressed with how well it went on.

    Took a nice hour ride with it and after about 20 minutes I had to take my jacket off - loving the heat and enclosure.

    I will say that it’s much louder to ride in now though, but I expected that to be the case.











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    i now have 200km's on the clock, drove it a bunch this weekend as the weather was nice and the trails were nice and hard from a cold night.

    It was a blast as i only had one passenger with me, my youngest daughter.













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    Winter riding is done and i’m Down for about 4-6 weeks for everything to dry out, it’s a bog out there right now!

    Got the machine all cleaned up and ready for the summer today.









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