I had the Teryx over at MFS this week so they could fix a few issues I had after King of the Hammers. They made a new front bumper skid that is much more stout that the one we dented. Made our engine cooling line cross-over and thermostat housing more durable and moved our coolant temp sending unit down near the thermostat so our readings would be better. Also added a parking brake actuator.
Before I loaded it back up, I had them break out the scales so we could finally see how much it weighs.
Our Kawasaki Teryx came in at 1399 lbs. with 4 gallons of fuel, but without our spare tire, aluminum sides, jack and tools. Not bad for a race Teryx.