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I was looking forward to seeing it hit some inclines but from what it seems throughout the 11 minutes most of the land traveled was leveled.
 

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I did a bit of digging in their other videos and that one is the Yamaha Kodiak 450. that may be why it looks a bit docile. Sorry guys. I got a bit excited because I though we'd finally have a video of it in action from a Kodiak owner.
 

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Just noticed the rider went through some deep water that the ATV in front made a real attempt to avoid, with the sealed rear wet brake we should have that sort of confidence when approaching deep waters.
 

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Depends on how deep the water is and how long the Kodiak is submerged for. I had the same thought about the brake but a snorkel was suggested for depper and prolonged rides in water.
 

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Depends on how deep the water is and how long the Kodiak is submerged for. I had the same thought about the brake but a snorkel was suggested for depper and prolonged rides in water.
the snorkel has nothing to do with the brakes though... the snorkel just keeps you breathing...
 
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