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P500 2021 Pioneer 500?

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There should be a Pioneer 500E electric model. Honda had pictures of it a few years ago. I want a Pioneer 520 with all the good stuff that is on the Foreman Rubicon. We have several 50 inch trails here and a couple need a locker on the switch backs plus some really tough rock crawling canyons.
 
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It would be nice if they pre-install the winch mount.

I was looking at the 16 pages worth of installation instructions and was thinking, that's a days worth of work.
 
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There should be a Pioneer 500E electric model. Honda had pictures of it a few years ago. I want a Pioneer 520 with all the good stuff that is on the Foreman Rubicon. We have several 50 inch trails here and a couple need a locker on the switch backs plus some really tough rock crawling canyons.
You can do a 520 big bore if you wanna open up your engine
 
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You can do a 520 big bore if you wanna open up your engine
That's my plan for the Donkey this winter, it's starting to use a little oil, not enough to warrant a top end rebuild but that's the excuse I'm using :cool:
Going to use the OEM 520 Foreman cyl, piston, rings.
 

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Better do some checking first,Crank Shaft part #'s are not the same.
Not sure what model you were checking but the 21 Foreman 520 FM1 (manual shift) has the same crank, the stroke is the same, only the bore increased in size. The cyl "should" be a bolt on, at worst the cases may require some finesse to accommodate the larger cyl liner.
 
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