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Came in here after getting directed by another site thought I would check it out. My profile pretty much describes why I am here as far as trying to find out from people all over what kind of quads they ride and if they are happy with what they have. Since I am new to actually looking for a quad I do have one very specific question what are some of the best 2 stroke quads that are out there? My preference is for a 2 stroker to a 4 stroke and it appears that they are going the way of the dinosaur. Any information you guys could give me would be helpful. Thank you all and have a great and muddy new year.

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Yamaha Banshee, Suzuki Quad Racers ( 250 and 500), Honda TRX 250R, Kawasaki Tecate 4, all fine machines. Personally, I like the Honda 250R, it is the best handling machine of the group. The banshee is also a great choice, it is not the best handling quad, but it easily has the most power potential of any quad ever made, 2-stroke or 4.

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