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Another newbie here love the site ..

I have a 2006 wolvy 450 that i love bought it for my wife but i find i am riding more than my yz nowadays.

Anyway im looking o see what are the best cheap mods.I have seen some people going to a 2" outlet on the exhaust, but what brand? And where did you buy?

Also it needs new tirs it currently has 25" dunlops that are terrible are there any cheap alturnitves?[Realydnt have an exra 500 laying around.]

Thanks in advance.

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On tires, spend the extra and be happy, it is well worth it in the long run. Exhaust, cant help ya there, always stuck with factory. But welcome and enjoy the stay here!!!

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I agree with Pete get you some good tires dunlops aren't know to be good quad tires. Money wise a DG pipe or FMF would be the cheaper choice. But if your quad is not fuel injection you will need to rejet the carb for the pipe so thats more money.

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Welcome aboard crash83! What is it about your wife's new Wolverine that you prefer over your YZ? And what is it that makes you love the site? Inquiring minds want to know :cheers2c:

Another newbie here love the site ..

I have a 2006 wolvy 450 that i love bought it for my wife but i find i am riding more than my yz nowadays.

Anyway im looking o see what are the best cheap mods.I have seen some people going to a 2" outlet on the exhaust, but what brand? And where did you buy?

Also it needs new tirs it currently has 25" dunlops that are terrible are there any cheap alturnitves?[Realydnt have an exra 500 laying around.]

Thanks in advance.

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY!

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Well If you have ever ridden a yz they can be very demanding and the wolverine i can be lazy on it plus it has 4 wheels,lol.

The site has alot of info out there thats the first thing i look at before joining a site.

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