Yes the back end will sling out on loose stuff but donuts are not advisable unless you like nibbling on the turf, busting plastic and generally having to pick it back up off it's side. Read the threads about tip overs, let off on the throttle to quick in a tight turn and oops. It will keep up with a RZR 570, good for around 50 MPH. Not cool to turn sharp at those speeds, short wheel base and all. They do not compare to a RZR 800, different animals. The Ace is a personal thing, no passenger, great on tight trails, but if you looking for a barn burning dune assassin the Ace ain't it...yet. See if you can find a dealer that will let you try 'em out. And for the record my Lady has given me grief for cutting up the lawn and blowin' through the barn.:grief:
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After flipping our ace on the rough terrain that KY has to offer. I made it 60 inches wide just as my 800s. The ace is very stable now and will go everywhere my s will go without the fear of flipping.
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