Tag: Desert

New STI UTV / SxS Sand Tires – The Sand Wedge

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STI Tire & Wheel introduces the all-new Sand Wedge tires, delivering a new high-performance standard for UTV handling and control in the sand dunes. The tires are designed and developed to allow today‚Äôs large UTVs to float over rough dune sections, and to make the most of their power. The massive Sand Wedge tires measure […] More »

  Comments | By - July 22, 2015

Ask the Editors: A Little Help Beating the Heat

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Dear ATVC: I plan on pushing my ATV pretty hard this summer out in the desert for a local points rally series. Do you know of any products that effectively reduce engine heat without costing horsepower? Bajavier You’re in luck as not only do products like the Boyesen Supercooler drop your engine’s operating temp by […] More »

  Comments | By - April 13, 2015

Ask The Editors: How Many Paddles Can My ATV Spin?

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Dear ATVC: I have a 1987 Suzuki LT250R (2-stroke) and was wondering how many paddles it can handle without bogging out. Someone told me 6-7 was fine but 8 will be too much, is that true? Drg1995 While you didn’t specify whether or not your LTR is stock or modified, we can state that we […] More »

  Comments | By - March 30, 2015

Weekly Used ATV Deal: Like-New Yamaha Banshee

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The dog days of summer are upon us and getting out and shredding in the temperate evenings as the creeks are rolling makes the off-season worth enduring. Your ATV Connection editors are still monitoring SprocketList for good deals on previously loved equipment to make those rides a reality. That said, this week’s ad takes us […] More »

  Comments | By - August 6, 2014

Ask The Editors: Is All Sand Created Equal?

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Dear ATVC: I was prepping up my Banshee for sand duty at Glamis and my friend told me that Glamis is known for its soft sand and should be set up differently than most other desert conditions. Is there truth to this and how do you set up a quad for soft sand if so? […] More »

  Comments | By - July 28, 2014

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