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  1. Hi all, I have an EGL Moto Quad with standard 250 1 cylinder 15hp motor. Have got 30hp Ex250 Kawasaki motor with everything to run for transplant. This is my first attempt of a mod like this and would be very interested in any similar projects people have done. I understand it is critical to get alignment spot on but what about pitch of engine? Any feedback would be awesome.
  2. Correction 80 Badger. Does any one know if this is possible, My in laws have a place in N. AZ and want we want to be able to ride from the house to the trail down the road, and also on the forest roads, Az says we have to have brake light, High and Low beams, Mirror and horn and plate light, Just curious if anyone has done this?
  3. I'm new to QuadCrazy but have ridden quads a little but, no racing or tack experience. Most of my experience is on the street with two wheels...BUT its winter way too long here and im looking into streeting out a quad for yr around commuting around town and fun in the summer with only a few adjustments and swaps. Still dont have a quad but money isnt exactly an issue. I want to find a good used quad nothing too old and beat up for sure. Obviously wanting to lower it a bit and make it more stable on the street. wheel spacers? swingarm extender? street tires... im not exactly sure what should be dont first to a quad in terms of making it better for the street. of course anything required for legalizing it. Also i need to look into if all quads are able to be street legalized or if race quads cant be. Im in MT but when i was in HI quads couldnt be street legalized and bikes were more difficult if they were race models. Thanks for all the input you may have!
  4. I am debating on whether I am going to buy a side by side or atv to hunt with. If I get a side by side it will be a rzr 570 o a can am commander 800. But I need to know if you can legally make a side by side street legal in Tennessee and use I on public roads if you can and you know the requirements and laws that I have to follow to do this then I would love to hear back from you. Any answers are welcome. Thank you
  5. The Haro Bullster Street ATV Quad Article By: Robert Boop Want to go for an exhilarating lap around downtown? The Haro Bullster sports a brand new approach to the ATV quad formula. The gravelled road has been abandoned for rubber-gripping tarmac. Our aim has been to conceive and develop a full-focused street quad. With the Bullster our vision has materialized. From its compact fuel-injected Euro 3 approved four-stroke engine to its fully independent suspension and rear axle differential, there are no compromises. The shocks are fully adjustable. Disc brakes front and back. Free to choose components from the very best suppliers worldwide, we offer the ultimate in motoring excitement and accessibility. A race quad for the road, the Bullster still has a price tag that will leave money to top up the fuel tank. Engine: Four stroke single cylinder Cylinder: Light alloy cylinder Bore/Stroke: 90 mm/78 mm Displacement: 497 cc Power: 38 hp (21 hp) @ 6500 rpm Torque: 40 Nm @ 4500 rpm Valves per cylinder: 4 Timing system: SOHC, chain drive Compression ratio: 10 Max rev.: 7500 rpm Cooling system: Liquid cooled with pump, fan Fuel system: EFI Lubrication: Wet sump Ignition: Electronic CDI with TPS Anti-vibration: Countershaft Clutch: Automatic centrifugal clutch Transmission: CVT-V belt drive & automatic speed variator and park, reverse Final drive: Shaft drive Engine brake: Yes Start in gear: Yes Emission: Euro 3 (2002/51/EC)/2006 US EPA Drivetrain: Final drive: Shaft with rear diff. Transmission: P/R/N/D Drive system: CVT EBS (Engine Braking System): Optional Suspension: Front suspension: Independant, double A-arm, 5 stage preload settings, Option: adjustable oil/gas-damped, continuously preload settings. Rear suspension: Independant, double A-arm, 5 stage preload settings, Option: adjustable oil/gas-damped, continuously preload settings. Brakes: Front & rear: Dual 200 mm hydraulic disc Contributing partners: prototypes by CEIIA. Tires: Front: 195/45R15 Rear: 215/40R16 Dimensions/Capacities: Wheelbase: 1280 mm Dry Weight: 270 kg Fuel capacity: 17 L Ground clearance: 137 mm Instrumentation/Features: Gauge Type: Digital Speedometer/Odometer: Standard Tachometer: Standard Tripmeter: Standard Hourmeter: Standard High beam indicator: Standard Gear indicator: Standard Fuel gauge: Electric Warning lights: Hi temp/Oil pressure
  6. I came across this and thought I would share it. It's a little long, But I think it's a great story with a few good lessons. The Wave By Tom Ruttan The bike's passenger seat swept up just enough that I could see over my father's shoulders. That seat was my throne. My dad and I traveled many back roads, searching for the ones we had never found before. Traveling these roads just to see where they went. Never in a rush. Just be home for supper.
  7. Hey i was just wondering what it takes to ride a quad on the road in mass. i wanted to know because i want to race my quad with my friend who lives like 4 miles down the road and there is no way to get it over there without som ehuge expences. thanks -Adam

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