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Hello there Quad Crazy people.

Well my name is Scott, and I am from Profill Australia.

We love ATV and all types of OFFROAD riding!

I am the guy here that gets to do all the online communications and answers the technical questions.

Some people may be thinking "why is a brand wanting to be on here?" "is it just about trying to get in our face and making a quick buck?"

In a word, No...

Yes we want as many people around the world to buy our filters for their ATV's,

But we have need's too! We need to ask people around the world about the diffrent ATV's that are out there.

Sadly there are many many ATV brands that never come to Australia, and so we can never measure the fuel tanks up or see what filter we can build for them!

We currently make a range of fuel pre filters, fuel pump kit's, funnle filters. for the "BIG 5" Honda Yamaha Suzuki Kawasaki polaris.

There are many models of bikes out there in every brand that we dont have on our list due to the bike not comming to Australia, some brands are missing altogether!

This is our main aim of being on here, because we need help with getting access to the measurments of fuel tanks, fuel caps, on the diffrent bikes that are in the USA.

And if there is any technical help I can give back from my last 13 years as a motorcycle mechanic with a specialty of engine diagnostics and EFI then I would be glad to help.

so if there are people who look on our fitment list and see that their bike is not listed, then we would love to hear from them, we can talk with them and together we can work on a prototype. Normaly a fully working filter is sent out to the person who helps with the measuring of the bike. They get a free filter, we get the info and expanded range.

kind regards from scott

ps: this forum has some very warm and friendly people on it, it is so good to see a forum showing concern for its members, as in the example of the prayers needed for member Raptor8

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I am the guy here that gets to do all the online communications and answers the technical questions.

That's awesome, welcome to QUADCRAZY!

And if there is any technical help I can give back from my last 13 years as a motorcycle mechanic with a specialty of engine diagnostics and EFI then I would be glad to help.

Thank you and we hope you stick around for a while. I'm sure you have a ton of knowledge that you bring to the the table. I'm already seing some of your responses to threads! It's nice to have someone with the diagnostic knowledge helping out here!

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Yes, we love having new people on board. We consider all of our members one big crazy family, we try and watch out for each other and help out in anyway we can.

Welcome to the family.:woot:

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