Quantcast
Jump to content

  • Do you own an ATV, UTV or SxS? Join our Community Forum!

    QUADCRAZY ATV Community and Forum are FREE to join! We keep our ATV, UTV, and SxS forums clean and user friendly. All first time posters in our forums will have to wait to have their content reviewed and approved. Once your first ten posts are approved, you will no longer need to go through a forum post approval process. To bypass the approval process with immediate access and a NO ADS experience in our ATV, SxS, and UTV forums, consider subsribing to a Premium Membership

January/February 2010 ATV Photo Contest


quadcrazy

Recommended Posts

January/February 2010 ATV Photo Contest

* We are extending January's contest into February for everyone dud to the fact that the community has been offline the last day of January through the first week of February, because of technical issues.

Theme: "Best Modified From Original" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV."

"Best Modified From Original" is basically anything that makes your machine different from factory (OEM) original. This could be addons, mechanical modifications, graphics, exterior accessories (luggage, winches, grips, ...), tires, etc...

Prize: UTVlifeSTYLE Magazinenew.gif & UTVOffroad Magazine (1 year subscriptions)

utvlifestyle.jpg

Rules: Submit your ""Best Modified From Original" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV." by entering it with a post, into this thread. (If you are not familiar with how to do this, visit the Learning Center) One photo per member allowed, so make sure it's a winner. You may submit photos that have not won past contests. Photos can be of yourself or taken by you. You may not submit photos that you do not have ownership of or permission to use. Any violation of these terms will result in disqualification.

NOTE: You MUST have a minimum post count of 10 to enter into the contest! We would like to see participation in our forums from all members who enter the contest.

Last day to enter a photo is February 24th.

Voting will take place for the last 4 days of February to determine the winner.

Voting will end February 28th and the winner will be announced!

Good Luck!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

OK I'm in on this contest, not the best but I finally have a setup I like.

5303-AC-650-H1.jpg

Trail: Mud Lite XTR 27x9-12 Front and 27x11-12 Rear / Mud: Highlifter Outlaws 29.5x12-12 Front and Rear

Sway Bar, Hockey Puck Mod, EBC Brakes and Rotors, 2" Snorkel, Black Magic Slip On, Exhaust Snorkel, Airdam Machined Primary, D Ring Tow Hook and Strap

Auto Meter Temp and Volt Gauge, All Balls Wheel Bearings and Tie Rods, 4" PIAA Lights, Super-Bright Red LED Taillight Bulb

F-1600: Tamarack Classic ATV Front Box w/ Speedrack Quick Release, Custom Graphics by Arctic FX, Hunter Green PowerMadd Star Series Handguards

Herculiner on Racks, Bumpers, Snorkels, and Box, Circuit Breaker for Fan and Main, Coolant Overflow Tank Vented Near Pod, One-way Valve on Carb Drain

60-IN. AC Plow Blade - Modified, Remote Angle Control, and Winter Front

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I'm in. Here's mine:

5549-Bonestroo-Jump.jpg

LSR +3 LT A-Arms

Elka triple rate shocks

Blingstar Iron cross Bumper

Pro Taper Bars

ITP Rims

ITP XCT Tires

ODI Lock on Grips (love those things)

twin air filter

AC Nerfs

+3 rear axle

WB full Exhaust

HRC Cam kit

Pro Armor teather kill switch

Braided Brake Lines

13 tooth front

Twin Air Filter

and a bunch of other stuff that I can't remember at the moment

Edited by KFx400jim
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Here is my '02 Honda Recon. I call it my "Budget" ATV since I'm trying to keep my mods cheap! I wish I could post two pictures to show you a before and after, but here is a pic of it today. I was wanting something mainly that I could take deer hunting and play around on. When I traded for it a month ago, it was bone stock, bald tires, "PINK" handlebar grips,:aargh: rusty racks, no brakes, etc. Since then, I've fixed the brakes, added a 2" lift, added 1.5" wheels spacers, painted all the racks, got some black handle bar grips, added a 2,000 lb winch, added a camo rear pack/padded seat, and 25" wheels and tires from a Honda Foreman. I was glad to find the wheels and tires locally for $125. They were like brand new and bigger than stock. I modified a snow plow I found laying around from a lawn mower to clean off my driveway. It's not fancy, but save my back from scooping snow! All in all, I have about $1,500 in it total. :biggrin:

utf-8BSU1HMDA5NDYuanBn-1-1.jpg

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Banshee.jpg

98 Banshee

Coolhead w/ 20cc domes

Wiseco pistons

Vforce 3 reeds

Aggressive dune ported

CPI inframe drag pipes

Timing plate +4 degrees

Aluminum waterpump

Hinson clutch basket with hd springs (lockup in the future)

Modified shift star

Maier plastic, cut front and raptor style rear (soon to be cut)

+6 swinger

+4 axle

+2+1 arms

Stainless brake lines front and rear

Wave rotors front and rear

Pro taper bars

Duncan bumper

Trailtech lights (not on in this pic just got them on before our last dune trip)

21 inch 8pdl haulers and mowhawk fronts on douglas blue lables for the sand

18 rear and 19 front mx claws on douglas red lables for the dirt

lots of powdercoated and polished parts

Edited by jigolbeep
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Similar Forum Topics

    • By Tuzz
      Bucking started about a month ago and works ok after 1/2 hour warmup.  Today while working on it i discovered that if i put the ignition switch in LIGHT position it runs fine right from the start.
      I'm stumped!  Any idea why this could be?  

    • By huntindog
      I am in the process of puting it back together after replacing the DPS gearbox.
      The manual I have states that it will need to be flashed by a dealer. Is this still true?
      Also , I have a mystery bolt That I cannot remember where it goes. M6x 70 or so.  Hex head with a flat washer.I will try to attach a pic.
      Pic is no go for now....Cox issue I will try again later
      TIA
    • By 2wdrancher
      Hello everyone I have done a ton of research on doing this conversion because I hate getting stuck in the stupidest places and not being able to back out. I will be documenting my conversion here and on a couple other forums and probably post a couple videos on YouTube. So what I’ve come up with is all you need is a front axles, front propeller shaft, the final shaft inside the engine and the 4x4 front engine cover . I will list all the part numbers for everything that you need and prices from about six months ago (sorry) , you DONT need to switch out hubs, knuckles, or anything like that, and if you want differential lock lock like the foreman and Rubicon you can get a foreman Rubicon front differential and propeller shaft with the diff-lock and get a knight sure four manual actuator for it and voilà you have four-wheel-drive rancher. Input from you guys is greatly appreciated thank you for your time!
      Note: I would definitely get the aftermarket HD axles because they are definitely stronger and are around the same price as oem 
      FINAL SHAFT
      23611-HR3-A40  =$80.48
       
      BEARING
      91006-HP5-601   =$11.11
       
      OIL SEAL
      91202-HR0-F01   =$ 7.94
       
      COVER ASSY., FR. CRANKCASE
      11300-HR3-WB0   =$206.99
       
      PROPELLER SH AFT
      40400-HR3-A20   =$91.50
       
      FINAL GEAR
      41400-HR3-W50   =$714.88
       
      FINAL CASE BRA CKET
      50350-HR3-A20  =$7.40
       
      FLANGE BOLT
      95701-08016-08  =$1.49
       
      R. SHAFT SET
      44250-HR3-WB1  =$240.64
       
      L. DRIVESHAFT
      44350-HR3-WB1  =$240.64
      This is all for the 2x4 - 4x4  lever that comes in stock on the ranchers. I would definitely recommend looking for parts for wheelers on marketplace,  or craigslist
       
      001
      NUT, ADJUSTING 
      41560-HP5-600
      $6.51
       
      002
      CABLE, FR. FINAL CLUTCH 
      41570-HR3-A21
      $6.56
       
      003
      SPRING, CLUTCH CABLE 
      41571-HP5-600
      $1.95
       
      004
      CLIP, CLUTCH CABLE 
      41573-HP5-600
      $3.23
       
      005
      GROMMET, CLUTCH CABLE 
      41716-HP5-600
      $3.12
       
      006
      LEVER, FR. FINAL CLUTCH 
      54030-HP5-600
      $8.91
       
      007
      PILLOW BALL, FR. FINAL CLUTCH 
      54031-HP5-601
      $10.87
       
      008
      BRACKET, FR. FINAL CLUTCH 
      54040-HP5-601 
      $11.19
       
      009
      SPRING, FR. FINAL CLUTCH 
      54041-HP5-600
      $1.86
       
      010
      GATE, FR. FINAL CLUTCH 
      54050-HR3-A20
      $4.55
       
      011
      GRIP, FR. FINAL CLUTCH 
      54321-HP5-600
      $8.95
       
      X2 012
      BOLT, FLANGE (6MM) 
      90111-162-000
       
      $2.54 
       
      013
      NUT, SELF-LOCK (6MM) 
      90343-ZE6-000
      $1.70
       
      014
      JOINT B, BRAKE ARM 
      95015-32001
      $0.82
       
      X3 015
      BOLT, FLANGE (6X12) 
      95701-06012-00
      $1.34
       
       
      Or Forman 520 w diff lock
       
      FINAL GEAR
      41400-HR4-A21  =$732.49
       
      PROPELLER SHAFT
      40400-HR4-A20  = $92.54
      And you definitely need the sure four locker for this
    • By vlxerdon
      Hello from southeast Georgia. Was gifted a 2000 Yamaha bear tracker with out a carb or battery and looking like it had seen better days. Was told it had sat for about three years. Explained a lot. Put a carb on and a battery in and it started right up. Surprised the heck out of me  Anyhow as stated in my opening I am  78 years old with a very long motorcycle backgground but brand new to atv's. Anyone else out here from Georgia? Would like to meet up with some folks for a ride or two. Looks like a great site. Thanks for having me. 
      Don
    • By p5200
      I've been using Valvolene 10w 40 ATV oil but, it's like $8.00 a quart. Is that about the going rate? Or is there cheaper alternatives that would be suitable? Thanks
  • Similar Tagged Forum Content

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...