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P1000 Video - 2017 Pioneer 1000 Limited Edition - Tech Talk

Discussion in 'Pioneer 1000 Photo's and Video's' started by Hondasxs, Dec 6, 2016.

  1. Hondasxs

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    • Second video, @:56, You can see the I-4WD in work.
    • Underdash storage will be available for non LE models.
    • NEW under the seat storeage. @2:00 (how did she open that seat so easy?)
     
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    Notice any under the seat additions?
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    Looks like that area is now enclosed, and maybe they moved the electronics elsewhere?
     
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    First time I've seen a promo video that actually had it bouncing over rocks. Those Fox shocks look nice. I still like my WE though. 16 setting points instead of 3. ok, I'm biased because I bought them... lol.
     
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    I wonder if the storage items will fit the 2016 models?


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    Good question. I'm wondering if that area isn't a little smaller and the electronics are behind it. Under seat, that is.
     
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    Watch the video close. You can see the "bucket" is indented where the electronics are on the 16. Bet they may have just rearranged them but there still in that location.
     
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    I thought so. Kind of hard to see on my tablet and phone. Guess I need to get on the Mac... lol
     
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    Sounds like dash storage and underseat will fit. Got a sub box under the seat that I value too much but I'd like the under dash!
     
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    Anything been done to fix the heat issue or water problem? Or will that under seat storage double as an oven?
     
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    Looks like they moved the rubber flap to the middle instead of the driver side and there is a container under the drivers seating position. I agree it looks like it could be used in the 2016 models. If so, I will definitely get one.

    Also the seat is now magical and doesn't require the latch to be used to pull it up anymore. :)

    I also noticed that he said that the I4WD "CAN provide as much drive force as a locking differential". Which is true, in theory, but in practice, it doesn't/can't. If you had one wheel completely free spinning in the air with no traction at all and and you applied the brake to that wheel and made it come to a complete stop, the torque "would go" to the other wheel. But in actual practice, traction is variable and will "jump" back and forth from wheel to wheel as each one gains and loses traction. Applying the brakes in that situation will hurt you as you will lose wheel speed while a locked front will always be rotating and whichever wheel happens to have traction at that time will get all the torque.

    But it will be better than just a limited slip front diff and it will not require you to stop and it will be easier to steer than a locked front diff.
     
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    Well tried to get the under dash cargo setup but no part numbers yet probably won't see them till the release.
     
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    @2:50 in the first video, notice where the Warning label is now. Looks like that cubby hole just got closed up.
     
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    Looks like I'm glad I bought a 2016!!
     
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    Whats different between a 2016 1000 deluxe and a 2017 1000 deluxe? Upgraded clutch? more storage? Thats about it.

    Whats different between a 16 Deluxe and a 17 LE, ALOT....

    For someone like myself who does'nt go mudding, an actual trail system doesn't exist @ here. And it will be a cold day in hell if I have to trailer my machine in order to ride it.

    Driving to work everyday, hauling wood, plowing snow, burning ditches and casual rides @ the farms. thats what I do with mine

    I look at the "hill assist" as a parking brake, Electronic braking to help with large loads when hauling and the I-4wd a plus. I have @1600 miles on mine and have yet to "lock the front differential"

    Upgraded clutch, illuminated switches,fox shocks...I could give 2 s***s about the a-arm guards and skid plate.. already have a front bumper.

    They keep it under 20K and i'll be buying it.
     
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    Oooooh - illumined dash switches - lol.
     
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    I had to see it to believe it - NO DIFF LOCK at all.
    Turf, 2wd and i4wd.

    The electronic break distribution and hill assist might be nice but not at the expense of locking diffs.

    The non-LE models look good to me - almost as nice as my 2016 model.

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    I don't even think there is more storage on the 17 deluxe.. the hill assist won't be a parking break but rather a left foot on the break as you give it gas. The I-4WD I see advantages and disadvantages I would prefer it to regular 4x4 but a locked front diff it most certainly is not. The shocks are a nice add in my mind but from my standpoint I'd rather add aftermarket parts and have better protection and options than what the le will provide. All for less money!
     
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    My point is: Your glad you bought a 16 because the 17 has an upgraded clutch (or ECU?) and "mode memory". And thats something you wouldnt be interested in? I'd be suprised if the deluxe price goes up at all, if it does maybe $200?

    The 16 and 17 Deluxe are basically the same. You dont want all the bells and whistles buy a "standard" you want some bells and whistles buy a "deluxe" You want all the bells and whistles buy an "LE".

    I can see the "hill assis"t be used as a parking brake. In the sense that if I come to a stop and need to get out of the machine to pick something up or walk to the back of the machine to grab a beer, instead of putting it into park i'd keep it in gear and hit the button. How long does it hold? we dont know yet. I see it for uses like that because I am sick of putting the 16 in park then going back to drive and haveing to put it back into MT or sport, but its all a mute point now that it has mode memory!!

    You do alot of riding going from park to reverse to drive etc..that mode memory alone makes me consider upgrading to a 17 especially when it comes to plowing snow, which I do in MT, drive to reverse and constantly haveing to push that damn MT button!! Very curious to see what the prices will be.
     

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