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now you know whatwould add to the performance and the look of this quad.

as soon as i seen the pic i thought.

that exhaust stands out. looks a little crappy. [no offense] :cute:

now picture an HMF sport series slip on.

Polished Aluminum with a Blue Turndown cap. and painted the back rack Black.

Now that would look.

BAAAADDDDDDD :yes:

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I did paint the front bumper black along with the rear axle and differental. I was thinking about painting the rack black but as much as I use it I dont think the paint would last long. Maybe I should rhino coat it. After I get new black plastic the the whole thing will be done in black. I agree a pipe is one of the next things to get. Do they come in black?

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they usually come in a lot of colors but not for that machine.

only brushed and polished aluminum

but they make color tips.

i would say polished alumunum and a blue turndown tip.

that would look soooo good on there..

it is somewhere around 270$ i think.

not bad at all. :yes:

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Looks real good :coolgleamAc:and aggresive sinned... just put some on mine this week too.. good tire

Chris

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