Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Big Bald Lake, Buckhorn Ontario
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Sled: ZRT-AGLT 1050
ATV: AG Edition MotoX V2
Once an ATV gets the rad plugged with mud, overheating can happen to any brand.
Mine hasn't overheated... Ever. But the rad's never been caked with mud either.
If it seems it's happening to Polaris more than the other brands, is it possible the rad is located too low?
Or maybe not enough protection on the sides of the rad to keep the wheels from throwing the mud right at it?
Could just be a design thing... Could be a perfectly good rad, and functioning cooling system, etc., but there might not have been a lot of choices where to put the rad or add inner fenders or something as simple as that.
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