2022 Summit X vs Expert - who knows the real differences? also what's going on with suspension?

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If you buy a 165 Turbo and make a few adjustments to the rear skid ,you won’t go back to the n/a on the hill,if you don’t climb with it much don’t buy a turbo
 

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If you buy a 165 Turbo and make a few adjustments to the rear skid ,you won’t go back to the n/a on the hill,if you don’t climb with it much don’t buy a turbo
I would respectfully disagree with that.
The Turbo is just plain FUN to ride.
Flats, Hills, Mountains.
There wasn't anyplace I was riding the turbo this year that it didn't make MORE FUN...
 

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If you buy a 165 Turbo and make a few adjustments to the rear skid ,you won’t go back to the n/a on the hill,if you don’t climb with it much don’t buy a turbo

Ahh no. Thats a incorrect statement, the turbo is a excellent all around sled.


Learning to tune the rear suspension is a must, stiffening the rear shock so it wont collapse as easy, will help keep the skis down. Unfortunately this cannot be done on the x package sleds.
 
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Ahh no. Thats a incorrect statement, the turbo is a excellent all around sled.


Learning to tune the rear suspension is a must, stiffening the rear shock so it wont collapse as easy, will help keep the skis down. Unfortunately this cannot be done on the x package sleds.
Tim at Enzo will fix the wheelie issue on the X package, night and day difference with his valving.... Mine is stage 3 and clutched and is a blast to ride on the steep and deep !!
 

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My response if you don’t hill climb don’t buy a turbo ,was a response to someone who didn’t know if they wanted to spend the extra money on a Turbo as I recall,Turbo fun all day long,you won’t go back to the n/a for sure
 

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Clutching also helps the sled to be more predictable and controllable. (Good clutching). The Enzo treatment was good and cheaper than a whole other set of shocks.
Took up one more hole on the limiter.
I also thought I’d miss the clickers on my raptors but I was wrong, simply removing the stab link made night and day difference along with -10 clicks off max on the rear shock and a light setting on the front rear skid shock.


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For my rider weight he sent me the 1.44 rear springs, 175lb front shock spring and revalved both the rear skid shocks.... I run the floats up front...
 
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