Finally got to ride the pig! Whoa.....this thing is a MONSTER!!! I did not ride it till I finished uncorking, QS carb, new chain and sprockets, uni air filter (still need to install the air kit from Barnhams). Check and tighten all bolts......etc... Rode in tight woods without having the sag set for me, now I need some advise from the tree picking group here on the list. The ride was very informative.....as in it would not turn slow without washing the front, not good. As the speed increased it was very stable but in a set of whoops the rear wanted to kick up...not good. Then, having not ridden in 10 to 15 years on a dirt bike I was wore out!!!!! Did not bring any water and it was 90+ in Alabama in July with 75% humidity, not good! And I dropped it in a tight sandy off camber downhill corner....man this thing is heavy!!!BRP fits. It started 1st kick no problem and never missed a beat! I will need a step so I can stand on the pegs with the kick stand down to start the BRP when in the woods so the stand does not sink...I am 5'9" with a 30" inseam any suggestions let me know. The forks are all the way down in the upper clamp, how far can I pull the tubes up with out interfering with the front tire? Suggested amount..... I weigh 205 w/o gear what is a good starting point for suspension settings front and rear; I already had the Racetech fork and rear springs when I bought it. What is the best tire for the pig.....it has a Michelin Cross competion S-12 on the rear that it came with and the pig spins it at will. Can you install a larger rear to help or will it affect the handling in a negative way? Thanks for all the info, this and the other list are what made me decide on the BRP.