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I havea 2007 arctic cat 700 efi LE. I pan on putting a set of 29.5 inch Outlaw Highlander. I was wondering what the best way to set up the atv for the area I go riding. I ride on logg trails with steep hills and deep mud hole. What type of clutch modes and engine modes should I do. Will it be best to have a lift kit as well. I figured a lift kit would cause more axle problems.
 

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Highlifter lol.
Steep hills mean small tires and no lift= low center of gravity.
Deep mud means lift and big aggressive tires= high center of gravity.
You can't have both as you can see because it will be good at one but not so good at the other
 

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They will fit without a lift.

I had a 2" lift, because it came with the bike. Savageman had no lift but put mudpro shocks on his bike it raised it an inch.

I havnt done climbing with my outlaws. I just did a 6" lift that raked thr bike 2 inches longer and 5 inches wider. Hope it helps with the stability.

I just listed my highlifter lift for sale in the marketplace.



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Get a VDI, & M109R injector to get those to turn well, its not needed, but def will help
 
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