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    The process has begun

    I finally tried the X2 today. What a great SxS and much more refined than the original R-spec. It could be my imagination, but the seats in the X2 seemed to be better cushioned than the original. That 850 twin powerband has left a goofy grin on my face. I'm looking forward to a fun season of riding with it.



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    Progress is manís ability to complicate simplicity.



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    Welcome back to the Wolverine family! I love to see your countryside on your rides.
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    2016 Alpine White Wolverine R-Spec SE
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    I'll second the goofy grin part.
    The X2 is very nice.
    Is that the one your getting?
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    Yes it is.
    Progress is manís ability to complicate simplicity.



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    Alba Racing ECU reflash
    Two $10 mirrors
    Yamaha High Output 15" HALO LED Light Bar

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    Very nice! Congrats!
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    I just put 6 miles on the clock. I'm loving the refinements of the X2. It's light years ahead of the OG R-spec. I wasn't even thinking about it's short comings compared to my former Wolvy. I'm going on a longer 60 mile run tomorrow and looking forward to a summer of riding. Name:  60956817_10220146408309908_1264018779407384576_n.jpg
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    Progress is manís ability to complicate simplicity.



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    Yamaha front/rear bumpers
    Yamaha Warn Provantage 3500 winch
    Yamaha half-window
    Yamaha storage box
    27" Sedona Coyotes
    Alba Racing ECU reflash
    Two $10 mirrors
    Yamaha High Output 15" HALO LED Light Bar

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    Looks sharp. I see you swapped out the tires too.
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    2016 Rspec. Probably everything EMP makes. Throttlemax pedal
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    Kind of a funny story with the tires. I ordered the original Maxxis Big Horns for it but somehow the order slipped through the dealers fingers. Ironically, I started to second guess my choice shortly after I made the order. I was relieved when I found out they didn't get ordered and got the BW Evo's instead.
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    I love my evos
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    2016 Rspec. Probably everything EMP makes. Throttlemax pedal
    28x10x14 ITP Blackwaters 14" ITP Hurricane's, Spare tire
    2" Perfex lift. Superwinch Terra 45 synthetic. JBS radiator guards
    TGM/Konstruktor doors. Lots of lighting. Turn Signals. Horn
    Power Commander. YXZ Wheel. Chupacabra side mirrors
    Hunterworks green spring, 16gr weights, Sheave and slug kit
    HMF Titan QS. FDI concepts headlights/halos/ Factor55 ultrahook.

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    Evo's are a great 8py tire for sure. I put 5500 miles on my Evo's when I had my Commander 1000. Not one plug or flat. I did have to get the front's balanced initially as I had a steering vibration. Once balanced never another issue.
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