This post makes me want to go to the Kawasaki BF 650 or the 750 more and more over the Rincon in mud. I know I ride in mud 80% of the time. Sorry but this is what happens when your rear brakes brake 7 times in the 2 years that I have owned my 2005 Honda Foreman 500!I'd stay with a Foreman S.
I was impressed with the Rincon that I rode,Power and ride were great.
I saw another Rincon with 26" tires at an ATV challenge and he had a tough time in the mud pit.The mud was up to the top of the tires and they weren't spinning.You could here the Rincon engine laboring really hard and he wasn't moving.
i have found that people just take there v-twins to the shop to get them jeted rather than trying to do it there self. i am hoping i will be satisfied with the power my brute has for a long time so i dont have to jet it and put a pipe on it for more power. after having it six months it still has insane power, rather like my honda having it just a month i was looking for more power.THe V-twin is a great motor and does produce alot of power but once you put a pipe on it and then try to jet it...forget aobut it. try jetting both of the carbs and get it right is a needle in a haystack. [/img]
I heard a bf 750 with a hmf and I could not stand up the rest of the day!!!we tried that, 2 different bikes at 3 different places hopefully the longer they are on the market the more familiar the mechanics will become with them and the easier it will be.
and trust me, once you hear a BF650 with an HMF....you will have to have one, its crazy sounding. forget about the power increase, it just sounds unbelievable That v-twin just growls