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Yamaha Banshees Thread

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Does anyone own or has owned a Yamaha Banshee ATV? I saw a few posted for sale and decided to start a thread and would like to hear the good, the bad, the ugly...

There are some nice modded ones I've seen online (pictures below). Post a pic if you own one. 

 

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Banshees are cool, they have a unique look to them. I never had one, back in the day it was too much quad for me! I've always been more of a trails/woods/sport utility rider. If i was out west maybe.. :D

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