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what quad would u recommend

Discussion in 'All Terrain Vehicles' started by lpfm1990, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. Jun 7, 2013 at 10:43 PM
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    Suspension: -Bilistien 5100's all around -Add a leaf -Firestone ride rite air bags Performance: -K&N cold air -Borla cat back Stereo: -Pioneer AVH-X2500BT head unit -Kenwood 1400 shallow mount 12'' sub in custom box -Alpine 1100 amp -Alpine 400 4 channel -4 energy component 6.5's Wheels/tires: -17x9 with 4.5 backspacing XD hoss rims with 33'' bfTreadwright gaurd dogs and spidertrax spacers Looks: -Satoshi grille made by myself -Hood, front bumper, grille, roof, tailgate and rear bumper plasti-dipped. -BHLM -eyelids -matted out tailights -Tacoma bed mat Small mods : -Trailer 7 pin replaced and moved into bumper beside licence plate -Removed mud flaps -Repainted frame/lower a-arms, skid and rear diff/housing with por15 -Led bulbs -Interior lights replaced with blue led's -Beep on lock added
    Right on! I have the same quad but a one seater. Gotta love the power!

    Mine did just blow a cv axle but I have nearly 4000 kms of harsh riding on it.
     
  2. Jun 12, 2013 at 1:05 PM
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    BrandonBD10

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    05 ext cab sr5 4x4 maroon
    2.5 inch rough country lift
    I have a 04 kawasaki brute force 750 4x4i and i love it, its fast,reliable and great in the mud.
     
  3. Jun 12, 2013 at 1:06 PM
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    Swimmerboy2112

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    I have an 01 Polaris Scrambler 400. God what a great quad, fast, light, automatic! Great for trail riding.
     
  4. Jun 12, 2013 at 1:17 PM
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    GhostDog86

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    Remove mudflaps, Plasti dip badges/ lower val/ and grill, Plasti dip wheels, 5% tint all around, Tinted tails and 3rd, 55w driving lights in rear, Blue LED light strip in bed, Blue LEDs in cab/ cup holders...
    I have Yamaha Polaris and Arctic Cat, like anything else preventative maintance and care go a long way. The Polaris 500 sportsman is a well balanced machine IMO, it's a smooth ride and it has good power but nothing like the Arctic Cat 700efi. The AC is more sportyish and the power moves you fast out of corners. The Yamaha I have just wont die :)

    Iv been on my buddies vtwin kawi and I'm in love with the torque. Can speak to can am.
     
  5. Jun 12, 2013 at 1:22 PM
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    Boone

    Boone Vaginas are rad.

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    I'm gonna go out on a limb and say a Raptor 350. Being that a RM 250 was enough to scare you, it seems like it would be a good fit. A couple of guys that used to ride with us had them and they were always pretty good sport quads. They are air cooled, easy to work on and lightweight. That being said, I'll go back to my two wheeled KTM.
     
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