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MaxRules (Brandon_price)

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Posted on Wednesday, February 23, 2005 - 10:50 pm:   

You are probably unknowingly pulling back on the sticks when you are going up hills. Only a little bit will cause the tranny to slip and you won't get full power. PUSH the sticks forward to make sure the tranny bands are engauged.
When I back down a hill, I used the throttle to control it. This takes skill and you could flip over or lose control if you are unexperienced.
I rode with a lot of quads this weekend at Turkey Bay, including some big 4x4s. My Max was unstoppable and laid the smack down on those quads. When six wheels are rockin' there's just no stoppin'.