I read through the owners manual and it’s pretty vague on what to use low or high gear for. I was told by a guy with a 900 4 to keep it in low unless your just flying down a road or going really fast. This weekend a group of us are going to ride Rockhouse, Devil’s Anse at Hatfield McCoy. So it’s all off road trials, but they are groomed pretty well, lots of gravel and rock. I have ridding both of these trails many times before. In my 800 we just kept it in high until we hit a steep slippery stretch and then I’d use low and AWD. Also, in the 800 I would us AWD when it was wet and steep to just help the rear end not work so hard. Obviously the 900 S is a totally different machine.

Useful input?

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