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Just like the tittle saids newb from CO to the site not to quads though. I've been riding for about 4 years now learned on an 06 honda rancher, which my family still has. Then I ended up getting a KFX450R that now is far from stock that I use to flat track race with as well as known to hit the local road course on. I also have a kawasaki mojave that I picked up to puts around on the trail on that I'll probably going to be selling since I am a bigger guy and its kinda small. Hope to see you all on the trails and if theres every any issue just remember this Willypop showed me this site :biggrin:so blame him:ack2c:

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Welcome, my cousing has a KFX 450, pretty nice bike. I was tossed up between the KFX and the YFZ, when I was quad shopping, I liked the KFX because of the FI and the reverse. I ended up with an LT-R. It was a new leftover '07 when the '08's were on the floor, it ended up being the best deal. Wasn't my first choice, but I have grown to love it, don't regret it a bit.

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