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post #1 of 16 Old 06-17-2013, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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So hey guys, I see on this forum brute are big. I am not surprised the massive low end and supper easy and cheaper hop ups they got (cheep compared to my 850). Lets just say im looking to buy a new big bore that's not as fat haha. I am looking at the brute because the power id miss it and I love brutes low end, that stab the throttle and front end comes that's how you are when you find out it stock with only 50 ponies :P or something like that.

Now my really questions how are they on reliability? I really don't use top end speed a hole lot but love it fast to at lest 50, the biggest tire I will run will be a 27 XTR mudlight but it will get some VFJ clutch mods done and dual pipe and after a bit the new 750 standard bore kit from VFJ. I want to buy a left over 2012 (lots of them) but I want to know how they hold up it will run whoops (but not like its a sport bike) it will drag race (just for fun) little mud but nothing like serious, lots of hill climbing and all that, well thanks guys

I have been thinking hard on the brute for some time now but then I think how much I got into my 850 but things just to big for my riding (fat and not sporty as I want) and after seeing some good prices I think I am gonna ditch it and get a brute. I was going to get a can-am but dealers will not sell one if they know its going to some one under 18, I am 16 turned that yesterday. They sold me my 850 when I was 14 I walked in with 9K cash and I got it, I walked in with 13k in hand and they would not sell me a can-am but kawi dealer will sell me a brute 750 (all different dealers).

Trust me im not some spoiled rich kid I just spend every day busting my *** work :P and I pay for all my own toys and I work on all them to haha well thanks
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post #2 of 16 Old 06-17-2013, 11:23 PM
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Man I got a 2012 750 and I love it, I use it for around the farm, hunting, and just pure mud riding. If I ever buy another bike it'll be a brute or can am. You touch the gas and it goes, has a real touchy throttle that I like. I'm very well pleased of it

much rather be muddin than on here

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VFJ stage 3+ spyder mod #1 prim, #3 sec springs
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Man I got a 2012 750 and I love it, I use it for around the farm, hunting, and just pure mud riding. If I ever buy another bike it'll be a brute or can am. You touch the gas and it goes, has a real touchy throttle that I like. I'm very well pleased of it

much rather be muddin than on here
Thanks man!! I know I just want to see how good they hold up, it want ever be going to deep in water or anything like that, I take good care of my bikes because I work to hard for them to thrash them.
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post #4 of 16 Old 06-17-2013, 11:55 PM
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Yeah I know the feeling, I've had mine for year and 3 months and only prob I had was my shim in my sec, the belts on the 2012 come loose from factory and I removed it. Once I got that man so far I haven't had a lick of trouble (knock on wood). I've had mine up to racks a few times in water playing around. Spins my 30's like stock tires

much rather be muddin than on here

2012 brute force 750
MIMB snorkels
Wildboar radiator relocation
29.5 skinny laws
Bison bumper
Pistol grip shifter
VFJ stage 3+ spyder mod #1 prim, #3 sec springs
many more to come!!!!!!
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Yeah I know the feeling, I've had mine for year and 3 months and only prob I had was my shim in my sec, the belts on the 2012 come loose from factory and I removed it. Once I got that man so far I haven't had a lick of trouble (knock on wood). I've had mine up to racks a few times in water playing around. Spins my 30's like stock tires

much rather be muddin than on here
Yes I am sold on this or a grizz...... I want the brute ay more just the reliability factor, that I know the grizz has...... but it takes lots of work to get that power out of them the brute has stock. all I know is I want something that can get me pain a to point B every time. I hate it my birthday was yesterday and I planned on going riding for today and tomorrow but 850s down...... will post pics of what happened when shes sold..... I will send the in a personal message but I don't want them all over well I try selling it. I am fixing it before selling it
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Yeah I understand that, I was the same way when I bought my brute, I was going for a grizzly but I rode both at the dealership and seen 750 had so much more power and potential I went with it and so glad I did.

much rather be muddin than on here

2012 brute force 750
MIMB snorkels
Wildboar radiator relocation
29.5 skinny laws
Bison bumper
Pistol grip shifter
VFJ stage 3+ spyder mod #1 prim, #3 sec springs
many more to come!!!!!!
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[quote=12bf750blackbetty;280369]Yeah I understand that, I was the same way when I bought my brute, I was going for a grizzly but I rode both at the dealership and seen 750 had so much more power and potential I went with it and so glad I did.

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and another thing is..... a brute 750 eps is cheaper then the grizz 700 eps
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post #8 of 16 Old 06-18-2013, 12:11 AM
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Man I paid 8300 for mine and grizzly 700 was 8400 in jonesvile la when I bought mine. After taxes and all the extra BS I financed it for 9200.

much rather be muddin than on here

2012 brute force 750
MIMB snorkels
Wildboar radiator relocation
29.5 skinny laws
Bison bumper
Pistol grip shifter
VFJ stage 3+ spyder mod #1 prim, #3 sec springs
many more to come!!!!!!
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So they both kinda cost the same but that was a year ago as well

much rather be muddin than on here

2012 brute force 750
MIMB snorkels
Wildboar radiator relocation
29.5 skinny laws
Bison bumper
Pistol grip shifter
VFJ stage 3+ spyder mod #1 prim, #3 sec springs
many more to come!!!!!!
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post #10 of 16 Old 06-18-2013, 02:32 AM
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I love my brute. If you take care of and know throttle control you should be fine. Epically if you stay out of the deep water. As far as power the brute has way more low end than the grizzlys but a grizzly is very reliable.

2012 brute 750 EPS 2 inch extreme lift
Wild boar rad relocation on 30 10 12 silverbacks
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I love my brute. If you take care of and know throttle control you should be fine. Epically if you stay out of the deep water. As far as power the brute has way more low end than the grizzlys but a grizzly is very reliable.
I got few weeks to think about this but I am pushing hard on the brute because the power.
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post #12 of 16 Old 06-18-2013, 04:55 AM
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Brute for the win !! I will never own anything but a Brute !! Love the machine , it has never let me down

2008 Brute Force 650 I Super Black , 27" MudZilla's on SS 212 chrome rim's , Floor board protector's , CDI Dyna Tech , HDPE full Skid Plate (custom made) and custom made A-arm guards , Diamond G tie rods , 2 inch lift kit , 2500lb warn winch , , front storage box mod , grease fitting mod on all a-arms ,Temp Gauge Mod and fan Toggle switch , Wild Boar Rad Relocate , MIMB 2" Snorkels, eTrex legend gps , 5 ' Easy Mount Plow
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post #13 of 16 Old 06-18-2013, 06:18 AM
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I got a 2012 750 bf also an love it all my buddys that have can ams love riding it becuase of the quickness of the throttle theres no delay
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post #14 of 16 Old 06-18-2013, 09:22 AM
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I got a 05 and my dads got a 12 and the power is crazy different he's got dual muzzy muzzy digitune and kn air filter the throttle response is crazy and the only problem we've ever had out of it is too much power can't keep the front end down we were riding a while back and he was riding wheelies up this hill on 28 zillas that a rzr tried and got stuck goin up on 26 terracross the only things he's broke after a few 100 miles of abuse is a front diff drunk and grabbed the diff lock wfo and then one rear axle

2005 Camo Brute Force 750-moose cdi, 30in s/w BACKS, 14 msa m16 beadlocks, VIPER MAX 3000 winch, oil cooler, HD quadboss tie rods and ends, 10in blox racing fan, manual fan switch, uni air filter, RDC 2" lift, purple ice MIMB- buss mod, fuse box delete, spark plug wire mod, tank skid mod, center 2" snorkels, stock exhaust mod

COMING SOON-custom stainless headers, bigger air snork, some springs
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post #15 of 16 Old 06-18-2013, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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