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i'd like to see what everyone's dream quads are..lets say one stock one modified.

i expect to see pics..

as for mine...stock

2008 Polaris Outlaw 525 S LE

just LOVE looks..the colors..straight axled. and fast.

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as for modified...i cant help but DROOL over CT racings LTR450R.

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im interested in everyone elses..

PICS PLZ.

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meh dream stocker

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now my mod.... does hybrids count :wink:

LSR/FOX/GIBSON-CRF450EX. lsr no longer makes the conversion kit.

crf 450 stuffed in a 05 400ex frame

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and yes this quad was on ebay, but i HAD TO save the pics

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBwF50o1tfA]YouTube - Hillbilly turbo nitrous busa banshee[/ame]

HERES MY DREAM QUAD, HAYABUSA BANSHEE:biggrin::yes:

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Stock I would have to say the KTM 525.

And modded it would have to be Duncan Racing's TRX450

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Cant believe no one listed it yet, cant find pics but they had a HOLY CHIT nice 450r modded in a quad magazine a few months ago..thing was SOO fine..ice cube engine, full omf beadlocks, nerfs, bumper EVERYTHING was redone on bike and it was all powdercoated red and blue..had to be atleast 10 grand in the bike..elkas and all

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Stock, I like the KTM's, inspite of the 4-stroke engine. Modified, I've always wanted to build one of these.

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It's a YFZ 450 frame with a Banshee motor.

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Cant believe no one listed it yet, cant find pics but they had a HOLY CHIT nice 450r modded in a quad magazine a few months ago..thing was SOO fine..ice cube engine, full omf beadlocks, nerfs, bumper EVERYTHING was redone on bike and it was all powdercoated red and blue..had to be atleast 10 grand in the bike..elkas and all

I haven't seen it. Find some pics for me.:wink: I don't know if I would want a quad that is completely blinged out with crazy paint job. I ride too hard.

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I haven't seen it. Find some pics for me.:wink: I don't know if I would want a quad that is completely blinged out with crazy paint job. I ride too hard.

Omg i've looked ALL over the internet..I have the issue hre..Sept 07. Project Honda Quad in quad magazine. Fatboy pipe, pc'd blue with rep tip, pro armor nerfs/bumper/grab bar all pc'd candy red, razr2s all around on pc'd candy red omf beadlocks, elka all around, ice cube 522cc, +3 stem +3 a-arms, flexx bars, fullbore plastics, bullet headlights

Even the swingarm is powdercoated a dark blue. Its so nice., upper a-arms are candy red lower are blue.

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Im more like "streetrider" so i would say that Can-Am max xt 800 is my stock dream quad (street riding)canamstranda.JPG

And if i could have this one (not a can-am) to ride on roads, i would be really glad :)

it is a light modified Subaru Impreza STi

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Runar

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wow this is one sexy beast..... otherwise i would get something like....

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but to keep it real, id just get this

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