Thank You all for your responses, I have not gotten the notifications until now so I apologize for the delayed response.
I saw your other post. Did not have the answers so i did not comment. The tags had nothing to do with my response.
If you're willing to type it out i'm happy to hear what you have to say, the tags were just what i thought might help get the attention I wanted to the topic
Also you should consider putting your posts in the right section, eg, in this case the REV forum section. Welcome to DOOTalk.
What is the rev section specific to the 2003-2007 models? I've had the sled for about 10 months, I do not quite know what the specifics are in its naming MXZ seems to apply to ones before and after the 2003-2007 models, and the REV Seems to be everything Post '03, I assume its Gen-1, but i have no confidence in that
Same here. A nice upgrade for a Gen1 REV is a taller seat like a BOSS seat. My renegade has a slightly taller windshield which works great to match the higher seating. Next is a taller riser and longer throttle cable from a Summit to match the higher seating position. If you want to give the REV a new look, that falls into color and graphics. There is always a thread to show the REVs with many good ideas to work from.
For an XP chassis look, get an XP. There isn't much of a difference in price between a 2007 Gen1 or a 2008 Gen2 in good shape. Even a 2013 Gen3 I consider it to be an old sled. There is no difference in price for maintenance wear items between Gen1 and Gen3. I see Gen1 REVs and RTs in much better shape than Gen2 and Gen3 sleds. The engine is the money pit.
Hope it helps.
That does help
When I bought the sled in question it had 6" riser, stationary windshield, and a "Bever tail" delete which I believe was the one from boondocker. I got it for $1600
do you or anyone else here have thoughts or things to look out for on the engine or the chassis in general? I have seen some posts that highlight this, but i was wondering if you guys had advice that would be new to me, or re-instill the stuff I have already been told
on and off the form.
Again, Thank you all for the advice on the side panels and the warm welcome! I will save the money for now but if it starts to burn a hole in my pocket I will try and post pictures of the modification and maybe a how-to