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68dustin
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Anyone else have one of these? I've been riding all over California and Oregon & Nevada. This damn toy cost alot, never ends on upgrades. I've put 3k miles on it in 2 years

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I don't have one but my aunt's nephew just bought a second one. I heard the newest one is pretty damn fast but I've never been on either one.

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68dustin
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quote:
Originally posted by NEIGHT:
I don't have one but my aunt's nephew just bought a second one. I heard the newest one is pretty damn fast but I've never been on either one.

Mine has about 100 hp, the new turbo ones are pushing 160-170.. Really too much power unless your in the desert or sand. These things handle crazy good and ride so nice over pretty much everything

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"As I lay rubber down the street, I pray for traction that I can keep, and if I do begin to slide, please dear God protect me and my ride!"

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Nice! Where do you ride at? I just picked up a Raptor and the only place I have ridden is Prairie City

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quote:
Originally posted by East Bay 50:
Nice! Where do you ride at? I just picked up a Raptor and the only place I have ridden is Prairie City

with the raptor.. check out Forrest hill, great place to ride with a good trail system. I ride all over the place, well before they all burnt.
Chappie Shasta
stony ford
cow mt.
Knoxville
town of Washington
Forrest hill
Indian valley
and a bunch of fire roads out in the Tahoe national Forrest

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"As I lay rubber down the street, I pray for traction that I can keep, and if I do begin to slide, please dear God protect me and my ride!"

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quote:
Originally posted by 68dustin:
quote:
Originally posted by East Bay 50:
Nice! Where do you ride at? I just picked up a Raptor and the only place I have ridden is Prairie City

with the raptor.. check out Forrest hill, great place to ride with a good trail system. I ride all over the place, well before they all burnt.
Chappie Shasta
stony ford
cow mt.
Knoxville
town of Washington
Forrest hill
Indian valley
and a bunch of fire roads out in the Tahoe national Forrest

yamaha raptor... not ford lol

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Kurgan tuned stroked and blown 347 foxbody. boost nukka!

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yeah they are. a blast, I have a couple buddies with the new Turbo ones but they are always breaking something every time they go out. Expensive hobby for sure. My buddy also has an older N/A I believe 700 RZR and that thing is stone cold reliable. I think the Turbo ones just make to much power and seem to just fuck shit up.

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68dustin
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quote:
Originally posted by East Bay 50:
quote:
Originally posted by 68dustin:
quote:
Originally posted by East Bay 50:
Nice! Where do you ride at? I just picked up a Raptor and the only place I have ridden is Prairie City

with the raptor.. check out Forrest hill, great place to ride with a good trail system. I ride all over the place, well before they all burnt.
Chappie Shasta
stony ford
cow mt.
Knoxville
town of Washington
Forrest hill
Indian valley
and a bunch of fire roads out in the Tahoe national Forrest

yamaha raptor... not ford lol
Lmao I have a 660 raptor, I knew what u were talking about. Check out Forrest hill it wont disappoint

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"As I lay rubber down the street, I pray for traction that I can keep, and if I do begin to slide, please dear God protect me and my ride!"

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quote:
Originally posted by Camara90:
yeah they are. a blast, I have a couple buddies with the new Turbo ones but they are always breaking something every time they go out. Expensive hobby for sure. My buddy also has an older N/A I believe 700 RZR and that thing is stone cold reliable. I think the Turbo ones just make to much power and seem to just fuck shit up.

Yeah I break shit In the sand. Not too much on trails. Sand just beats the shit out of them

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"As I lay rubber down the street, I pray for traction that I can keep, and if I do begin to slide, please dear God protect me and my ride!"

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quote:
Originally posted by 68dustin:
quote:
Originally posted by NEIGHT:
I don't have one but my aunt's nephew just bought a second one. I heard the newest one is pretty damn fast but I've never been on either one.

Mine has about 100 hp, the new turbo ones are pushing 160-170.. Really too much power unless your in the desert or sand. These things handle crazy good and ride so nice over pretty much everything
That's what they say, they usually take them up to their dads property up in Washington City or town. Hopefully sometime soon I'll get to see what these things are all about because I see people ride these in the sand hauling ass.

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1992 Summer Edition
1986 Hatch- catfish killer
1964 Impala hard top

F*ck trump

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I just got into the same hobbie my boy has a rzr turbo and boy is that thing fast for stock. The drive belt is expensive as hell but easy to change
Insurance is a must learned the hard way after flipping it expensive fix

Pismo is fun
Frank raines
I hear Glamis is the spot especially with a rzr

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68dustin
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quote:
Originally posted by NEIGHT:
quote:
Originally posted by 68dustin:
quote:
Originally posted by NEIGHT:
I don't have one but my aunt's nephew just bought a second one. I heard the newest one is pretty damn fast but I've never been on either one.

Mine has about 100 hp, the new turbo ones are pushing 160-170.. Really too much power unless your in the desert or sand. These things handle crazy good and ride so nice over pretty much everything
That's what they say, they usually take them up to their dads property up in Washington City or town. Hopefully sometime soon I'll get to see what these things are all about because I see people ride these in the sand hauling ass.
i rode quads and dirt bikes for years..... once my buddy let me ride with him.. i went out and bought one.. this was last weekend... shit about 200k sitting right there lol  -

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"As I lay rubber down the street, I pray for traction that I can keep, and if I do begin to slide, please dear God protect me and my ride!"

Posts: 3874 | From: neverland | Registered: Feb 2005  |  :
68dustin
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quote:
Originally posted by FOXX5.0:
I just got into the same hobbie my boy has a rzr turbo and boy is that thing fast for stock. The drive belt is expensive as hell but easy to change
Insurance is a must learned the hard way after flipping it expensive fix

Pismo is fun
Frank raines
I hear Glamis is the spot especially with a rzr

Sand mountain in Nevada is a blast as well.. there is many miles of desert. i have a trip planned to ST. Anthony's in Idaho next year.

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"As I lay rubber down the street, I pray for traction that I can keep, and if I do begin to slide, please dear God protect me and my ride!"

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