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    Gibbs Quadski ATV Mode

    Now we know what it feels like to ride a Transformer. We had a chance to take a Gibbs Quadski for a spin at the 2014 AIMExpo in Orlando, Fla. and we couldn’t help but smile. The amphibious Quadski, if you didn’t know, is both an ATV and a personal watercraft.

    We plan on spending more time on the Quadski for a full review in the coming months, but we wanted to share our first impressions after a quick demo ride.

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      Massimo Motors 1200 Series Front Right

      While news of Honda’s rumored Pioneer 1100 stole the show at the 2014 AIMExpo, there is another large displacement Side-by-Side in the works.

      Massimo Motor unveiled a prototype at the show of its 1200 Series UTV, which will be powered by a 1200, four-cylinder engine. That would be a larger displacement engine than anything offered from one of the major manufacturers and the only four-cylinder mill in the industry. We are told the engine will produce 88 horsepower.

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        Honda Pioneer Beauty

        Honda may be on the verge of producing the largest displacement Side-by-Side in the industry.

        While we cannot state for certain that anything is imminent, somebody in the know let it slip that a Pioneer 1100 is on the horizon.

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          TrakMotive CV Axle

          TrakMotive has been the largest producer of automotive aftermarket CV axles for years, but only recently jumped into the ATV and UTV market. We had a chance to chat with TrakMotive at AIMExpo in Orlando, Fla. about its off-road products.

          TrakMotive (also known as SurTrack) told us its ATV and UTV CV axles are engineered to hold up to the most rigorous conditions. 

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            PIAA RF LED Lights

            When it comes to off-road lighting, PIAA is always one of manufacturers to watch. We had a chance to check out PIAA’s RF Series of LED lights at AIMExpo in Orlando, Fla.

            While plenty of companies offer accessory LED lights, PIAA’s look different. Rather than directing a cluster of LED bulbs towards the trail, PIAA chose to project them off of a multi-surface reflector. PIAA says this offers users more illumination than forward facing LED lights. While we haven’t tested these on the trail, we are certainly intrigued.PIAA also notes that its products offer more light per watt than competitive LED lights, maximizing light to conserve amp draw.

            PIAA RF Series LED Lights

            Another interesting feature of the PIAA lights is that the RF series is modular, meaning you can connect them together to achieve the desired length for a wide range of applications. The RF Series is available in six-inch, 10-inch and 18-inch sizes, while a three-inch model is on the way.

            PIAA Modular LED Light

            Visit PIAA.com for more information.

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