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post #1 of 7 Old 07-13-2018, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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Sportsman 570 Mud Machine

Hey everyone,


I have a 2018 sportsman 570 and have decided I want to turn her into a mud machine.

I need advice on lots of things 😂😂


So i was thinking:

Gorilla silverback tires

Highlifter 1.5-2” lift

Polaris 3,500 lb winch

Some kind of clutch kit. Need advice on which one.

Elka stage 2 suspension

SYA warrior riser snorkel kit
(https://www.extremesnorkels.com/prod...orkel-kit.html)

HMF titan exaust - I’m guessing I will need to get a fuel programmer aswell for this.



Yeah so these are my thoughts so far and any suggestions are welcome.

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post #2 of 7 Old 07-13-2018, 09:57 PM
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Not a big fan of anything less then a 750 in the mud but yeah..everything except the Elkas go for. No mud machine really needs Elkas. Don't forget to seal all electrical connections.

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Yeah thanks for the reply bro.

You do see plenty of bikes under that 750 benchmark your talking about. I’m sure you know but can a.m. makes the xmr 570s, what do you think of those ?
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Yeah thanks for the reply bro.

You do see plenty of bikes under that 750 benchmark your talking about. I’m sure you know but can a.m. makes the xmr 570s, what do you think of those ?
The C/A 570 Xmrs are also geared differently for that application. You can also do a lot with clutching for yours or look into the portals..depends on how much and how deep you plan to go with this I think. No matter what, you won't be doing this kind of stuff but it cam be much more capable in the mud then it is right now.






Or what these guys do or get into.



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Yeah it takes a big bike to do that sort of stuff aye.

Honestly I’m not going to be doing stuff as extreme as that, I just want a capable enough mud machine for now and maybe I’ll get into that sort of stuff or maybe I won’t.

Another couple of things though, Am I going to lose much power with the silverbacks on even with a clutch kit?
And are 28” outlaws a better option ?
Also just confirming that I will need a clutch kit to turn these tires ?
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Yeah it takes a big bike to do that sort of stuff aye.

Honestly Iím not going to be doing stuff as extreme as that, I just want a capable enough mud machine for now and maybe Iíll get into that sort of stuff or maybe I wonít.

Another couple of things though, Am I going to lose much power with the silverbacks on even with a clutch kit?
And are 28Ē outlaws a better option ?
Also just confirming that I will need a clutch kit to turn these tires ?
Honestly it's a coin-toss between the Backs and OLs. Both are great mud tires and both are going to kill your power about the same and yes, you will need a clutch kit or at least some springs for sure.

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Alright thanks bro.
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