A 735cc, single-cylinder, single-overhead-cam,
five-valve engine supplies 35. 8 horsepower.
WHAT KIND OF SUSPENSION
DOES IT HAVE?
Double A-arms and sway bars front
and rear with compression, rebound and
spring preload-adjustable Sair piggyback
reservoir shocks. Travel is 9 inches up
front and 8.1 inches in the rear, which
is typical for recreational utility rigs.
HOW DOES THE SUSPENSION WORK?
It’s excellent. You don’t see fully
adjustable piggyback reservoir shocks
as standard equipment on recreational
utility UTVs very often, but the good
they do for sport machines they also
do, too, for the Challenger 750. High-capacity, high-pressure gas shocks
have numerous advantages over
more, basic components, and the Cub
Cadet’s are also tuned well for this
machine’s mission. You can’t hammer
through whoops like a long travel
sport machine, but the Challenger 750
delivers a compliant, well controlled
ride in a wide range of conditions.
Bottoming resistance is also very good.
HOW DOES IT HANDLE?
It’s stable, predictable and surprisingly
easy to handle. The Challenger 750 has
a nicely balanced feel in a straight line
and in corners, and the front and rear
sway bars help the machine turn without
excessive body roll. The machine
also feels confidently planted on off-camber trails. We’re so used to power
steering, we expected the Challenger
to be somewhat challenging to handle
on tight, twisty trails, but it wasn’t. It
requires more steering effort, but it’s
not at all annoying unless the front
differential is locked. Like any machine
without power steering, bumps send
some kick through the steering wheel
that power-steering systems filter out.
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Ultralight, ultra-strong KPA shell .
Wide eye port accommodates most popular goggles.
EMERGENCY RELEASE SYSTEM cheek pads.
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