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Do any mods to your atv? Let's hear about it!!!

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Houser +2 standard travel a-arms, GT Thunder rear link & re-valve, Houser stem w/ Tag CR bend bar, RPM dominator rear axle,

Holeshot HD's on T-9's

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Lets See....

Im just trying to think of what I havent Done:bowl::wacko::wink:

Lets just say it isnt a Trail Rider any more.....

Here is a Picture from around 86 or 87......

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Here is what I started with....

Ugly ol RAGGG!!!!

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I then Morphed it into this...

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Then did a Complete Tear down to the Frame and did her right..

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Oh,,,,And in the Background in the last picture you will notice an 87 750 Ninja I turned into a 3 Wheeler....Still working on it...I will post the results Real Soon...Brrrraaaaaappppp!!!!!

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2000 Yamaha Warrior

Scott Grips

Race Cut Fenders

Dg Bumper

HMF slip on

K&N Proflow clamp on kit w/ outherwares no lid

Dyno Jet

Shockwars

UM SwingArm Plate

Powermadd star Handguards

MSR Pro-Raptor Clutch perch w/ shorty

Tusk Block off plate

Maxxis Razr's Back

Maxxis Razr 2's Front

ITP C-series

and a few other odds and ends

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2000 Yamaha Warrior

Scott Grips

Race Cut Fenders

Dg Bumper

HMF slip on

K&N Proflow clamp on kit w/ outherwares no lid

Dyno Jet

Shockwars

UM SwingArm Plate

Powermadd star Handguards

MSR Pro-Raptor Clutch perch w/ shorty

Tusk Block off plate

Maxxis Razr's Back

Maxxis Razr 2's Front

ITP C-series

and a few other odds and ends

Looks like you added more Weight to an Already Heavy Quad....Is She Faster with those Scott Grips???:D

BTW Quadcrazy....I havent been on in a While....Nice Job on the New Digs around here:cool:

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Its not very clean in these pictures but its the best i got right now.. Im waiting on my new axle and handle bars (ones on it right now are bent)

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29.5 Outlaw tires

3' XPATV Lift

1.5 Wheel Spacers

HL Outlaw Clutch Kit

Snorkeled Clutch and Airbox

Twin Air filter

Kimpex front and rear bumpers

Warn 2.5ci Winch

Custom Stereo (using Extreme Sounds box)

HMF Exhaust (waiting on VDI to be released to install)

C&S Rear Rack

Rear Back Rest

Custom Mudguards

HL Gel grips

and a few other things

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85 250r

wiscoe hot rod crank

wiscoe .40 piston/stock comp

cr headgasket

custom head pipe/ sx silencer

boysen rad valve

mikuni 42mm carb

kn direct clamp filter

trx cluth update

vesera clutch stuff

mair black plastic

hondaline front headlight guard

avs clutch lever w/hotstart for carb choke

tag handlebars

recovered seat

custom adjustable suspension link

omf swingarm skid

itp 10x10 rear wheels w 18x11x10 dico fast trackers

dg trx rear grab bar

1989 yami blaster (girlfreinds)

custom painted pink

pink seat cover

pink with white flames shock covers

wiscoe .40over piston

vitos 3mm stroker stuffer crank

removed tors system

oil injection removed (even the gear)

stock headpipe/silencer

rejetted carb

uni filter

fly handle bars

itp 8x8 rear with 18x11x8 dico fast trackers

this thing is a killer woods machine!

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85 250r

wiscoe hot rod crank

wiscoe .40 piston/stock comp

cr headgasket

custom head pipe/ sx silencer

boysen rad valve

mikuni 42mm carb

kn direct clamp filter

trx cluth update

vesera clutch stuff

mair black plastic

hondaline front headlight guard

avs clutch lever w/hotstart for carb choke

tag handlebars

recovered seat

custom adjustable suspension link

omf swingarm skid

itp 10x10 rear wheels w 18x11x10 dico fast trackers

dg trx rear grab bar

1989 yami blaster (girlfreinds)

custom painted pink

pink seat cover

pink with white flames shock covers

wiscoe .40over piston

vitos 3mm stroker stuffer crank

removed tors system

oil injection removed (even the gear)

stock headpipe/silencer

rejetted carb

uni filter

fly handle bars

itp 8x8 rear with 18x11x8 dico fast trackers

this thing is a killer woods machine!

On my 86 Tri-Z I have the

HONDA WING CLIPPER MODS......

NOTHIN STOCK:D

GIT IT RAGG!!!!!!!

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Adjustable Stator Plate, V Force series 2 reeds, DG nerf bars, LSR Anti-vibe Steering Stem and handle bar clamp, ASR +2 A-arms, Pro-racer tie rods, Extended steel braided brake lines, billet brake line clamps, AC font skid and DG rear skid plate, FMF fatties w/ powercore 2 silencers, E-brake block off kit, motion pro throttle/tors removal kit, AC front bumper, +4 LSR axle, LSR sprocket/brake hub, LSR axle locknut, hide-a-key ignition relocator, renthal handlebars, K&N air filter w/ pro design adapter plate, Engine ice coolant, Elka front shocks w/o rezzies, extended billet throttle, FMF boost bottle, All balls axle/bearing kit, Cyrca barkbuster hand guards, Hiper Tech carbon fiber double beadlock wheels, ITP GNCC Front and ITP XCR Rear tires, GPR Steering Dampener (Not on yet).

I wish the damn GPR you get off Back order, i paid for it in August. Love the Hyper Tech rims. The elka shocks are awesome.

Next on the list will be the IMS 5.5gal fuel tank, Elka rear shock, shave the heads, clutch kit, hydraulic clutch, lsr swingarm, Prop peg nerfs.

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2006 honda recon 250 2x4

snorkeled exhaust

snorkeled air box

dielectric on spark plug

heated grips

extended breathers

lots of silicone in various places lol

rear 22x11x9 mudlites

painted rims black LOL

a-arm guards

LOTS OF SCRATCHES

a hitch

mile marker 2500 lb. winch

snow plow/trailer/air raider

thats it for now...saving up for a bigger atv ...

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everything done to my 3 yfz all motor work everything sweet 56 horse done by ? haha just kidding now i'm broke

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2002 400ex

LONESTAR AXEL

LONE STAR SPROCKET HUB

HARDKOR FRONT HUBS

MODDED 400EX FRAME

ASR +3, up +1 PRO STAR A-ARMS

ASR TIE RODS

GALFER STEAL BRAIDED BREAK LINES

TCS REAR SHOCK

KAYABA PIGGY BACK FRONT SHOCKS

DG BUMPER

TUSK NERFS

OMF AIR SCOOPS

LONG HORN 1 1/8 BARS

LONG HORN BAR CLAMP

ITP FRONT RIMS

20"KENDA CLAW FRONT TIRES

CHAMPIAN REAR BEAD LOCK RIMS

18"CARLISLE TURF TAMMER REAR TIRES (SUMMER)

18"GBC SHREADDER REAR TIRES WITH CHAINS (WINTER)

NACS MUD CAPS

JL AIR BOX ELIMATOR BRACKET

NACS PARCKING BRAKE BLOCK OFF

OMF SEAT BRACKET

MAIER PLASTIC

NACS GRAPHICS

NACS SEAT COVER

K&K NUMBER PLATE BACK GROUNDS

TAG GRIPS

MSR CLUTCH LEVER AND PERCH

PRO TAPER BAR PAD

BILLET ALUMINUM GAS CAP

BLUE SHOCK COVERS

MODQUAD THROTLE LEVER

MODQUAD THROTLE COVER

YZ426F MOTOR 12.5:1 compression

WHITEBROS R4 FULL SYSTEM MODDED

PWR RADIATOR

OIL COOLER

BOYESEN QUICKSHOT ACCELERATOR PUMP COVER

TUSK CLUTCH PLATES

HINSON BASKET

YZ450 EXHAUST CAM

DYNO JET KIT

K&N AIR FILTER

WATER REPELLENT PRE FILTER SKIN

MOTION PRO CLUTCH CABLE

FREE FLO VENT LINE

PRIMARY DRIVE 39T REAR SPROCKET

JL 13T FRONT SPROCKET

PRIMARY DRIVE GOLD RACE CHAIN

GWC CASE SAVER

5 STROBE LED LIGHTS

PRODESIGN TETHER KILL

TUSK CARB VENT LINE

*way more to come*

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Ill smoke you all cause my quad has 80% more power over stock and the power to weight ratio is about the same as a 2006 corvette. Chyeah

Bring it Little Man,,,,,Fear of God and Common Sense will keep you Way behind me:cool: :D

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Bring it Little Man,,,,,Fear of God and Common Sense will keep you Way behind me:cool: :D

This yz motor has 47hp stock. After i get it running again and get new front rims ill be buying nos but ill be mainly for looks.

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