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    Pioneer 1000 vs Wolverine X2

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    Not much is said about the better vision over the front hood or about the huge $5,000+ price difference. But obviously both Yamaha and Honda make quality machines.
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    Plus I've read the Honda still has heat issues in cab area at low speeds..
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    I HATED the clunky transmission. Especially when it automatically downshifts
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    They also don't mention that the Wolverine has nicer seats and a roof.
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    My buddy has a 1000-5. And we rented one out in Cooke City this last September. I think it does well overall, but most impressively is the speeds it'll go! The one we rented did 64mph with a full windshield and roof @ 7500'. My buddies hits limiter with a "half" windshield, 72mph. I will say the shifting is definitely something to get use to though!
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    1000 cc's though not surprising it can be faster. but its a very small amount, hence not a factor.
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    Both don’t have very good back seating compared to other 4 seaters that size

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