did you have turf mode on your razer as the rear dif.on the wolverine is locked up all the time?The back slides when cornering hard. Will adjusting shocks help this or is it just way its designed. My old rzr800 50" carved corners really good. Maybe I shouldn't be comparing the 2 machines. What have you done to help make the rear stick in a corner?
I leave mine in 4wd no diff lock which would be like the RZR AWD with no diff lock.
The suspensions are very similar and the wolverine should corner a lot better than a non "S" RZR. Those 50 inch RZRs are pretty tippy.
Ya, I think your right. Different animal and I may need to learn a new driving style.I don't think that you can really compare the 2 on a level playing field. I've only drive a RZR a few times but the differences are pretty large. Wolverine is wider, heavier and the seating position is completely different.
You can absolutely make adjustments to the shock and spring settings to curb this, however, the first thing to look at is tires. If you still have the stock garbage on there, remove it, put real tires on, and try again. If you have already replaced them, then you can certainly make adjustments. Now of course, a lot of this depends on the surface you ride on, what kind of terrain are we talking about here?The back slides when cornering hard. Will adjusting shocks help this or is it just way its designed. My old rzr800 50" carved corners really good. Maybe I shouldn't be comparing the 2 machines. What have you done to help make the rear stick in a corner?
Well sheesh, if it's slippery like that and you don't want the ass end hanging out around curves, you definitely need to run it in 4wd, and buy new tires lol. For you to compare the tires going up a hill to going around a curve is completely apples to oranges. Up a hill is asking for dedicated traction in one direction, whereas around a corner is both lateral grip and forward grip. The stock tires are garbage, it has been a topic of many threads, just do a quick search and you will have lot's of info on that subject. Switch them out for a set of decent tires, that aren't suicidal lol. Or, you could always just enjoy the fact that you can steer with the throttle in the twisties, I know I do!Tires are stock but this machine will climb a hill no problem so I can't see where different tires will help the sideways sliding , and I will try to adjust shocks for better drivability. Conditions are wet, loose soil, a lot of leaves make it extra slippery right now. Thanks for the replies...