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If you had the choice to build your own quad from the ground up or modify an existing one which would you choose and what parts would you use? There is no limit. Lets hear your great ideas!

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I think if funds were unlimited I would build it from the ground up with the best parts I could find. I would have to due a lot of research and some field testing first though. Hard question never had the money to think that way.

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My choice would be a King Quad 700. I would change it from an auto to a 5 speed and a solid rear axle. I would do this because the manufacters think everyone wants a granny tranny and a caddy like ride. Also would build a 4x4 Ozark.

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I have already done that. It is a hand built frame using an '86 TRX250R frame as a template, with a CR500 motor in it. I am planning also to do a YFZ450 frame with a banshee motor in the near future.

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The new Kawi 450r The best parts nothing stock excapt for the frame. This question involves lots of research so kinda hard to come up a really good answer.

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I would stay with the "Desert Edition" Rubicon GPScape:biggrin:

I would however add a larger fuel cell !

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