Thats all good input, thanks!
Now Ive tried husaberg 350(2013), husqvarna 350(2015), 390, 450, and my 570.
What differs to mine is the suspension mostly, so if I really wanted to ride this bike smoothly in the trails no problem if suspension was back to oem, 2c. However mine is just perfect for ice track, so buy another one is the ticket here, 450 or 390.
I like the punch out of corners, or rather I like to control it my self, and the new 350s isnt quite there, its tractable but you cant descide if you want to break it loose for a reason, surprice bike was the 70 degree 390, loved that, good punch still to lift the front at low revs, very quick/lively little bugger, Ill likely find a well serviced 450 though to cover the more open style of riding, but really any would do.
So number one in my book was the 390, in close terrain worth mentioning, sand hills the 570 is your friend though.
Actually jumped colins crest with my bike today, although much much slower than the cars
Coincindenting being a slalom slope I competed in as a young one, silly shit
Havent been here for 30+ years..
Were just a gang of old timers having fun, thats all, this weekend we did a camp in the middle of nowhere, typical swedish fauna
ignoring a helping friend is always an option