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Sportsman XP 550 or 850 with 5 speed tranny would be nice. Rode an 850 Xp around the dealer and holy crap sums it up. I want one.

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Bot, Go with the Outlaw!

What made my decision between the Honda and the Polaris was

...Polaris has the better shocks

...Polaris has the better tires

...Polaris is the lighter bike

...Polaris has the KTM engine

...Polaris is not a first year model

...Polaris has a better price

...Polaris rates better in the head to head compititions between these two bikes

... and well Honda is a Honda it wasn't enough to get them the win with me

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Thanks for the advise Verve but I just dumped about 1000 bucks into the suspension on my 450. Fox Floats up front with a stabilizer and new rear linkage. The 450 is staying for a few more years.

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I like the direction everything is going in our sport. But to me, I wish it was all more affordable. I would like my son to race, but he wants to do soccer or some other sport. I think the main thing is to hope the ecconomy rebounds so we can all see everything we want from the manufactures!

I would love to see all you guys sponsored from me to use AMSOIL products at cost. LOL

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I would love to see a direct injected two-stroke, more efficient, less poluting. Four strokes have come a long way, but it just isn't the same.

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outlaw 250

KTM 250sx motor

Fox shocks

adjustable a arms from stock to +2

stock razrs

douglas rims

dry weight around 310lbs.

all that. and people will be saying "what? there is a raptor 250????"

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Wouldn't be hard to do. Reliability , durability, safety and affordability would be the the hard part. Rock Crawler trucks have a crap load of adjustment to them. Just like wheelie bars on the Top Fuel dragsters.

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How would they make adjustable a arms?

idk, just thought it would be a killer idea. for a youth racer...no more 600$ a arms.

would be a sick quad..i think every company should make a 250f class racer.

ds250r

outlaw 250

ltr250

Kawasaki KFX250R

idk..they just should..

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