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THE QUAD IS DONE ...4 now...haha it was dark when we finished so not the best pics...we will get better ones tomorrow...

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Fabbed the indicator lights into the gas tank cover...

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Polished them up after takin the paint off...

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Zac fabbed the clutch perch to remove e brake...

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My nerfs

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Polished the crappy paint off the FMF logo on the pipe....loos good now ...

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We costumized this on the computer for my logo...had to make it a lil girly...THANKS CASEY AT TRUCK AND AUTOWARES FOR PRINTING THEM!!! :thumbsup

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My shock resevoir pimped out ...

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New CDI, and new relays....

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Hes beautiful.....

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wowzers girlieeeeeeee! i LOVE it. the Yamaha logo is awesome!!!!!! you should be proud...have you gotten to ride it yet???? i'd be sooo ready to get out there...make sure you post pictures of her first trip since the re--do :)

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It's been ridden around the yard and up and down the street a few times. It'll be dirty tonight unfortunately heh.

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Got some regular Razrs for the back tires, rode a lil with them and LOVE EM!! Cant wait to get some fore the front now. My carburator SUCKS!!! The pilot jet is broken and cant be removed. Im runnin rich and drippin gas out the over flow like crzy. SOOO we ordered on ebay a carb from a DRZ400 and we are gonna mod it to fit my quad. I guess its almost the same carb as the raptor 350. From what i understand. So thats on its way...cant wait to get it in the quad :o) Will get pics soon of its new shoes :o)

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Got some regular Razrs for the back tires, rode a lil with them and LOVE EM!! Cant wait to get some fore the front now. My carburator SUCKS!!! The pilot jet is broken and cant be removed. Im runnin rich and drippin gas out the over flow like crzy. SOOO we ordered on ebay a carb from a DRZ400 and we are gonna mod it to fit my quad. I guess its almost the same carb as the raptor 350. From what i understand. So thats on its way...cant wait to get it in the quad :o) Will get pics soon of its new shoes :o)

i am looking into getting some razrs for the blaster. just wondering, are they expensive??? also, was the carb like that when you got it and you just didnt notice it or did it just start doing that?

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i am looking into getting some razrs for the blaster. just wondering, are they expensive??? also, was the carb like that when you got it and you just didnt notice it or did it just start doing that?

You want the Razr2. That is the thicker tire.

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You want the Razr2. That is the thicker tire.

where can you find them for really cheap??? and how cheap can they go?

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Regular Razr's come in 4 ply or 6 ply. IDK if there cheaper than Razr 2s. I've had the 4 ply Razrs for almost 2 years now and am very happy with them They're wearing really well. Try Rockymountainatv.com. They have good prices on tires.

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Regular Razr's come in 4 ply or 6 ply. IDK if there cheaper than Razr 2s. I've had the 4 ply Razrs for almost 2 years now and am very happy with them They're wearing really well. Try Rockymountainatv.com. They have good prices on tires.

i know rocky mountain has pretty low prices, but i was just wondering if there is any lower prices, probably not. and what would be better for mx races?? i am looking at bringing the blaster to NH. plus, WELCOME TO THE SITE:wink:

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I found that rocky mountain atv had the cheapest tires. I got 6 ply regular razrs for 70 dollars a peice shipped. 4 ply is slightly cheaper. These tires work good for hard packer and loose sand/dirt. I got the 6 ply because we ride along the railroad beds to get to some trails so i wanted a thicker tire.

As for my carb yeah the idiot that had my quad before me stripped the pilot jet screw so cant get it out. My quad runs rich dont even have to choke on start up. Drips gas like crazy, so i cant wait to get the new carb in and see how he runs :o)

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I found that rocky mountain atv had the cheapest tires. I got 6 ply regular razrs for 70 dollars a peice shipped. 4 ply is slightly cheaper. These tires work good for hard packer and loose sand/dirt. I got the 6 ply because we ride along the railroad beds to get to some trails so i wanted a thicker tire.

As for my carb yeah the idiot that had my quad before me stripped the pilot jet screw so cant get it out. My quad runs rich dont even have to choke on start up. Drips gas like crazy, so i cant wait to get the new carb in and see how he runs :o)

ok once i get some money ill check it out. did you get the front and back or just the back?

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