I’d bet that will burn up the wet clutch pretty fast!
Jared at Big Pine Sports said 32s and later I’ve been told 33s without rubbing.
I’m assuming the wet clutch will be like the X model in that it can’t be slugged so my personal opinion is over 32s will spell trouble.
If I was going to run 35s, it would be a dedicated mud runner and would have a more aggressive tread than that. I don't play in the mud too much anymore so its not for me. I could see some guys loving it. Other mods will propably be needed for longevity.
The bigger the tire the smoother the trail gets and the better the car can climb ledges. Of course there are always consequences when going bigger. I m very curious to see what works without destroying the clutch, axles, CV joints, ball joints or steering components and allows full wheel travel . My guess is 32s. If I had a set of wheels laying around I would have already tried. I know others will try this and I look forward to copying if they succeed! Not really any different than seeking more power or acceleration.
Yamaha overall if you did flagship machines vs flagship machines is horrifically underpowered.
I got yamaha purely for reliability and utility, and honestly the wheelbase. But for power, they are definitely underwhelming. The rmax to me felt lethargic compared to the 1000xp, but weight may be a factor too, these yamahas are insanely heavy, my x4 is tiny compared to 4 seat rzr, but weighs almost 400 lbs more.