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Asen_77

New Yamaha Rider from Bulgaria

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First serious problem with the Raptor!

 

Problem was that first bearing kit that I ordered was with sizes 40x62x12 mm and this was not correct one. Correct bearing sizes are 40x64x12 and now I am waiting for delivery.

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Good stuff! Have you tried shifting without coming off the throttle ? I used to ride back by Kennedy Airport back in the day, they had a cool strip of asphalt. We used to test out speed on that strip and clock the bikes.  
That is one quick machine from 0-60 in 7+ seconds.  

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Didn't try shifting without coming off the throttle. Planing to download app and to detect time with it, but didn't find proper one before that runs. I will test more and will try next time with it :)

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As I know this is fastest fabric Quad ( may be my information is not correct ). Of course there is a lot more reworked Quad that are much much faster, but for fabric is really good and fast. 

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I am not sure, because this Quad is European version, but I will check! Probably there should be such an option. This is a good idea for next try :P

P.S. There is video on internet that shows only need to hold the button and turn the key switch. I will try!

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