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Old 05-02-2013, 02:26 PM   #1122
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just sell it now get a 450
haha well its my first one. I might have looked into the 450-700s but I didnt think they would fit in the truck to be honest
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Old 05-02-2013, 02:56 PM   #1124
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yes my friend they do i put my 450er with lt kit on it.
well im not really a Yamaha guy or any brand either. Its just the best deal on a used one where I live right now. Im gonna look for the 450er no though. Still learning too
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Just from having a Honda trx 450er and Suzuki ltr 450. The honda stock seat is like couch maybe that is why they call us couch riders ......hmmmmm
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Old 05-02-2013, 03:03 PM   #1126
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Just from having a Honda trx 450er and Suzuki ltr 450. The honda stock seat is like couch maybe that is why they call us couch riders ......hmmmmm
trying to stay away from the 450s too because Im thinking the motors will have to be rebuilt much quicker. Am I right?
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Old 05-02-2013, 03:18 PM   #1128
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Just depends on type of riding and how often. I just rebuilt my top end after 6 years of riding and the mechinx said the piston was still good.
Hmmm. Im wondering if the 350 will be enough for me then. Not serious riding but just bombing around on trails and stuff, but im 5'11 185-190. What would you suggest?
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Old 05-02-2013, 03:22 PM   #1129
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350 might be under power for you. If you don't want 450 for trails. I would suggest honda 400 which is bullet proof very reliable bike or Raptor 700 which has ton of bottom end trq for steep hill to lug up.
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Old 05-02-2013, 03:47 PM   #1131
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I wish I could test the 350 out. Doesnt seem like it should be slow but I guess it may be
it won't be slow but if you race ppl with bigger bikes you're going to get smoked :S.
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Old 05-02-2013, 03:52 PM   #1132
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it won't be slow but if you race ppl with bigger bikes you're going to get smoked :S.
well no racing here so Im good. Just bombing around with my girlfriend on her older foreman 400 (i think). Personally I remember being younger thinking my 1978 honda 50 was fast lol
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Old 05-03-2013, 05:51 AM   #1134
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Your about the same weight and height I am and I dont think you'll be happy with the rappy 350. I ride a raptor 700 and its great for all types of riding. Putting around slow or fast trail riding. I started out on a kfx400. That quad was bullet proof. Same quad as a z400. They had a little better performance than a Honda 400. Look into those as well.
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Old 05-03-2013, 05:56 AM   #1135
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Old 05-03-2013, 04:52 PM   #1136
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Well I tried to fit a Renegade 800r in the back and I can say its not a good idea. Anyone who doesnt believe me here ya go!
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Old 05-03-2013, 04:58 PM   #1137
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Old 05-03-2013, 05:15 PM   #1138
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Well I tried to fit a Renegade 800r in the back and I can say its not a good idea. Anyone who doesnt believe me here ya go!
That's a bummer man! I won't even try it. I have a landscape trailer for just the 4-wheeler, and my camper has a deck if I need to take it with me camping.

Good luck fixing it! Maybe a headache rack if you gotta move the wheeler!
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Old 05-03-2013, 05:36 PM   #1139
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That's a bummer man! I won't even try it. I have a landscape trailer for just the 4-wheeler, and my camper has a deck if I need to take it with me camping.

Good luck fixing it! Maybe a headache rack if you gotta move the wheeler!
Well I will probably be getting a smaller one now. Should get a back rack though your right
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My 1977 yamaha. It kicks total and utter ASS. Not street legal but could be as it is an enduro. Just havent had the money or time. Its so fast for just being a 100cc. It easily goes 70. It runs incredibly amazing for how old it is and being a 2 stroke and all. It idles perfectly on its own, and starts up on two kicks after not being started for over 6 months.
BTW, the seat has been re-upholstered and I painted the front and back fenders black.




Your Dt100 does 70? Is it ported or something? Is that with the stock sprockets? I have a DT125 with a K&N and the "shorty" pipe off the early 70's DT's, and on a good day going down hill it MIGHT hit 55. It's a quick bike for what it is but stock they are geared really low.
Well I promise I am not talking out of my ass .
I have no clue about this one really...it was at a dump! I guess its story was that It kicked the old farmers off too many times so he was done with it. Someone rescued it and then it ended up in my dads hands somehow, and since I lived in the desert and fell in love with it he let me have it. All we did to it was put a new battery in it and get the seat fixed and I painted the fenders black.
Other than that, I don't have a good explanation as to why it kicks so much ass.

Whoever asked about the tether...yes It kills the motor. I was 16 and it was the first time using it with the new twist grip on..the whole road was washed out all crazy and they would just dump logs and big chunks of cement and huge boulders where the road was washed out. I was going so fast and came up on it so soon I couldnt even react. For some reason I totally froze up ripping it totally wide open. Idk what else happened but I flew and rolled and rolled some more and it was on top of me and I couldn't get up. I don't doubt that it made things turn out so much less worse that when we flew, it killed it. It really really fucked me up though. I also was wearing a brand new helmet for the first time... had I been wearing my old one it probably would have shattered when my head hit the ground. My helmet, quad and I all have some cool battle scars I guess lol.
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