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What would you build for the road?

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Hey there, i have been reading lately about making an ATV or UTV street legal. Ive run across more info than i knew was out there for several utvs, and some side by sides, the Polaris RZR seems to be a big hit with the street legal crowd.

Personally, i can say that i think the Kawasaki Bayous, Honda Rincon (or Recon?) are great choices too. I wanted to hear your thoughts on what you find to be the best for paved and hard packed gravel roads?

So what would you build for the road? Id love to know something thats got good mileage, and good handling on the roads.

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I`d love to have a Sportquad that is street legal :yes:

I agree a sport quad would be awesome to have street legal.

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