50-Inch SxS Shootout: Can-Am VS Polaris
For the first time ever on Dirt Trax Television, AJ and Luke go head-to-head in a 50-Inch Shootout involving the 2018 Can-Am Maverick Trail VS the 2018 Polaris RZR 900. To push these vehicles to their limits, the two brothers compete in a time trial and drag race, then to complete their full analysis, they check the turning radius and conduct straight forward trail riding to get the best impressions possible on these Side x Sides. Which vehicle will take the 50-Inch title?
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