that have machines with adjustable
suspension don’t try different settings.
Don’t change the adjustments
blindly. Find the stock settings in your
machine’s manual and start there.
These settings usually work well, and
some machines aren’t delivered with
the correct adjustments. Then, read
about suspension tuning in UTV
Action or on UTV Action’s website—
www.utvactionmag.com. Tune the
suspension for how and where you
ride, and you’ll be more impressed
with your machine than ever. Clutch
tuning calls for a clutch kit, but this
often-overlooked area of performance
tuning can greatly improve a machine’s
acceleration and responsiveness.
It’s especially important for extreme
conditions like duning, mud riding or
running tires that are significantly larger
than stock. Engine-tuning changes,
even basic mods like an exhaust and
fuel tuner, can also wake your machine
up in a big way.
Try riding with different people.
Machines are great, and just being out
on the trail can be amazing, but the
experiences you share with the people
you ride with are really what makes
UTVing so much fun. When you get out
there with a different rider or a different
group, you’re bound to learn something
new about driving, where you’re riding
or even ideas on loading machines and
A;lot of UTV enthusiasts I’ve talked with seem convinced that there’s only one route to
more UTVing fun—a new UTV that
performs better than the one they have.