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WHAT COMPANY DOESNT HAVE RECALLS?

yamaha just had one on rhinos.

the point remains.

outlaw. is. a. better. trail. machine.

and unless you have something better than a recall to tell me about. dont bother posting.

rappy has nothing on outlaw.

face it.

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and?

i said it was lighter.

diddnt say by much.

o yeah and ever heard of the term.

no replacement for displacement?

guess the 525 puts that to rest huh?!

:laugh:

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I"VE GOT IT: you can either buy a HONDA, or an Outlaw 525. However, if you buy the Outlaw, be sure to bring a fire extinguisher, tool kit and plenty of spare parts. I've owned a 2004 Honda 250, 2004 Rincon 600, and recently a 2006 Rincon 680. NEVER a breakdown, fire, spun bearing or any other problem. I don't care if it's a lawn mower, generator, car, motorcycle or ATV, HONDA ROCKS!

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and?

i said it was lighter.

diddnt say by much.

o yeah and ever heard of the term.

no replacement for displacement?

guess the 525 puts that to rest huh?!

:laugh:

yeah with a whopping 510cc... or you can have 686 with a pound more

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thats only if you want the extra..oh i dunno..70 or 80 lbs?

and be slower of course.

and my popo has been reliable and i put it through hell so bite me.

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and be slower!

its like magic right!

ok.. line them up stock for stock and the 700 will blow the fenders off it.. its been done... then after you run it you can take it back to the shop and fix it...

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I"VE GOT IT: you can either buy a HONDA, or an Outlaw 525. However, if you buy the Outlaw, be sure to bring a fire extinguisher, tool kit and plenty of spare parts. I've owned a 2004 Honda 250, 2004 Rincon 600, and recently a 2006 Rincon 680. NEVER a breakdown, fire, spun bearing or any other problem. I don't care if it's a lawn mower, generator, car, motorcycle or ATV, HONDA ROCKS!

well said besides you forgot to throw yamaha in there also..

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hahahaa.

ok.

let me see you list all the things that rappys have on outlaws.

go ahead.

Yamaha's will stay together better......I only know of a handfull of folks that have bought an outlaw in the last year and all of em have been into the motors at least three times in the last year replaceing pistons. One of our best friends just quit working at our local Polaris dealership and went back to our local Honda/Yamaha dealership....I could write a large book on all of the stuff that he showed me on brand new Polaris's just unloaded off of the truck and stuff missing/broken right from the factory :frown:

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Hey Racegun, anybody you know talking about the new Honda TRX 700 sport quad with IRS? I ride a Honda Rincon 680 now, but want something a little lighter and faster. My only other choice would be the Raptor 700, but since I ride in the woods a lot, I would prefer the IRS.

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Hey Racegun, anybody you know talking about the new Honda TRX 700 sport quad with IRS? I ride a Honda Rincon 680 now, but want something a little lighter and faster. My only other choice would be the Raptor 700, but since I ride in the woods a lot, I would prefer the IRS.

Nobody in our area has the TRX700 yet. For the record....I prefer a straight axle on a sport quad. The only quad that I have with a IRS is my Grizzly and I have rolled it several times and never had a problem with my straight axle sport quads on the same trails.

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Hey Racegun, anybody you know talking about the new Honda TRX 700 sport quad with IRS? I ride a Honda Rincon 680 now, but want something a little lighter and faster. My only other choice would be the Raptor 700, but since I ride in the woods a lot, I would prefer the IRS.

i think the honda 700 will be a kfx pretty much but with irs rear... way over weight and under powered for the weight...

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heh one thing we agree about..

the trx..

lol

the IRS is wayyy good. it deff doesnt suck.

and as for the S. its not bad.

but the IRS is better for trails..

obtw have you read one of the latest dirt wheels?

the Outlaw 525 IRS had more top end than the rappy and the KTM.

heh.

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According to the California Resources Board, the Honda TRX 700 outs 53 HP at the crank. This compares favorably with the Raptor 700 at 46.9, and the mighty KFX700 V Twin at 48.8. I'm sure that HMF will also come out with a nice pipe/ moffler combo with a Doback controller for the TRX 700. I put this combo on my Rincon 680 along with a free flow air filter, and it really worked well.

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