My 400HO was the same way, soft front, stiff rear. The rear will loosen up, but the only fix for the front nose dive is HD springs. They are not pricey, Most Polaris dealers stock them.Any opinions on the stock Ace suspension? Mine isn't broken in yet, but so far the rear seems stiff and the front seems just maybe a tad soft. Anybody try removing the sway bar yet?
I had a RZR-S that I did that with as well. I replaced the springs with progressives and removed the swaybar. It was more tippy feeling, but the articulation over rocks was great! It's a tradeoff I guess.I'm concerned that removing the sway bar would have the same result as my RZR - it would no longer feel "planted" and would instead feel tippy, unless I spent a few hundred on new springs for it.
Slippery slope, that.
True, with only one side disconnected the sway bar itself is still adding friction to one side. It wasn't noticeable to me while riding.....there was still a fair bit of tension on the other side.....
Can't tell you about the ACE, but when I removed the sway bar from my RZR S, I was not comfortable with the amount it leaned, especially on sidehills, and the amount of body roll turning at speed.Thinking about removing my sway bar too. Anyone else have any more input on this?
Welcome to the forum! If it were a design flaw, it would be happening to pretty much all of them. Most likely you got a factory defect.I'm having my (passenger side ) sway bar rub against the exhaust. Is this what happened with you? It's only 2" above the sway bar bolt. Seems like a design flaw