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Kazuma


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My brother and I are really into quads

I picked up this Kazuma for free and we are going to quadzilla it using a FJ 1100 engine from an auction bike we got at copart

it's now 7 inches wider and 8 inches longer

we know it was a 150 from the obviously cheezy reverse handle sticking up on the right but we cannot figure out what year it is or if it was a redcat, falcon or dingo so we can order a tank and plastic

any ideas???

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there is no VIN on the non CARB quads (California Air Resource Board)

The early versions of these things could not be registered in most states, a friend that I ride with when we go to Texas bought 4 of them for his kids to learn on and had to take then to the state police to get a VIN issued

We do that here as well but the vehicle has to meet CARB

I have a sand drag quad and found out the hard way as to the nature of CARB I used a Canadian bike not legal here (RZ 750) and the CHP refused to VIN it and ended up using a GSXR 1100 no where near as fast out of the hole but real nice anyway

this latest bastardized monster will be a hill climber if I can ever get it put together

starting to think I should just stick to the Rubicon and what I know

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this is why i like the japanese bikes and not the knock offs ... there are threads posted here about the chinese bikes and want opinions ... i give my honest opinions and then feel guilty about posting it because people get very defensive replying when they are "sold" on one of these quads ...

i would want to build what you are doing out of a japanese frame, there, im going to get bashed ... but it is well known that the chinese components are inferior to the japanese ...

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this is why i like the japanese bikes and not the knock offs ... there are threads posted here about the chinese bikes and want opinions ... i give my honest opinions and then feel guilty about posting it because people get very defensive replying when they are "sold" on one of these quads ...

i would want to build what you are doing out of a japanese frame, there, im going to get bashed ... but it is well known that the chinese components are inferior to the japanese ...

How dare you , no not really, I tend to agree that the Chinese quads are garbage right out of the box I mean all you have to do is look at them but damn it all it was free I just could not resist.

anyway I have two quadzillas the one I call the 11 (GSXR 1100) built on a Suzuki 500 chassis and a KH 550 built on a raptor chassis both do well

other quads are an EX 400 a Grizzly a Banshee and a blaster I started out on 3 wheelers

my brother has 9 of the damn things all Yamaha's and Hondas he started on moto X bikes

and we both raced GoKarts (that was our dads passion)

street bikes because I only weight 105 usually stay in the 400-500 cc range with one exception I have an 883

other bikes owned include

RD 400

RD 350

250 Ninja

Buell blast

anyway O.B it is a pleasure to make your acquaintance

Jan (bike car quad and computer nut job)

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