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how do you get 400lbs?

its 396 dry,

a gallon of gas will run about 5.8 to 6.5 lbs. and with a 2.9 gallon tank you are looking at around 414 lbs. thats just gas not counting everything else.

i see claims of about 428-430.

but thats ok. im 460 dry lol.

I said ABOUT 400...notice I didn't specifically say under. Also depends on how many mods you have and what you've taken off. I've taken off the parking brake, and the heel guards and have light weight handlebars that don't have a cross bar. Jeesh...

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but thats ok. im 460 dry lol.

And not even close to what an out of the box Raptor has, for its powerplant.

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And not even close to what an out of the box Raptor has, for its powerplant.

The trailblazer in know way to be compared to the raptor. What was the point of that?

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The trailblazer in know way to be compared to the raptor. What was the point of that?

Mindless, dribble!

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Stoopidbot rode my 660r on his honeymoon so now he's familiar with the power even tho mine's not quite stock....shhhh! and I have him COMPLIMENTING it on VIDEO hahaha

for a ute I'd get a Kodiak450- all the goodies of the Griz except the weight and bulk.

for a sport I like my 660r, maybe a700r.

best SELLING sport quad of all time is the Yamaha warrior 350. :wink:

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Stoopidbot rode my 660r on his honeymoon so now he's familiar with the power even tho mine's not quite stock....shhhh! and I have him COMPLIMENTING it on VIDEO hahaha:wink:

You can't be telling people that, next thing you know Honda finds out and there goes any chances of a full factory ride!

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OH MAN SORRY ABOUT THAT! I forgot! "burn after reading" kinda scenario, eh? I was gonna save the video for future ammo if needed LOL oh well.:laugh:

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I ride a Warrior 350 which is a heavy bike to throw arround in the woods. Woods riding is what i mostly like to do so i'm going to go off the deep end here and say for the money and handling (and mods) the Blaster was the best woods bike i've ridden. ( Ive ridden Banshees and Honda 250s) Just for the fact that the bike is so light and and still has plenty of power.

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I will agree with you on that. The Blaster is a great trail quad. It lacks on top end but has great low end- mid range, which is perfect for the trails.

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That is what my 14 year old son wants so he thinks. I am trying to get him one maybe for Christmas.

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I would have to agree with the blasty I love mine for mountian riding and trails and damn good gas milage haha, but for fast fun the banshee for sure

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I would have to agree with the blasty I love mine for mountian riding and trails and damn good gas milage haha, but for fast fun the banshee for sure

Welcome to the site, I see you are a Yamaha guy... were not friends!:laugh::laugh::laugh:

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BUT WE ARE :biggrin:

Bot has way more friends than I do......see what he can do for ya, in the meantime I'll keep my ears open OK?

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how does one explain this?

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Welcome to the site, I see you are a Yamaha guy... were not friends!:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Thanks for the welcome. :huh:and I see how it is. lol

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BUT WE ARE :biggrin:

Bot has way more friends than I do......see what he can do for ya, in the meantime I'll keep my ears open OK?

sweet. so what the friend thing? remember i am new.

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Friends on the site don't serve purpose really, just showing who is your friend on the site.

What part of Utah do you live in. What's the nearest big city to you?

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