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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-02-2016, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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Right on!

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-PCV w/ timing curve
-Black DMC Force 4 Duals
-Pro-Design K&N Intake w/ Pre Filter (no lid)
-Alba ProPeg Nerf Bars
-Alba Parking Brake Block-Off
-TM Designworks Case Saver/Sprocket Cover
-Powermadd Handguards
-ASV Shorty Levers
-Team Hard Shock Covers
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-Renthal 15T Sprocket
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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-05-2016, 07:06 AM
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I bought my 5 and 6 year old the same quad. They love it. both were ridding tt50's and they like this so much more. Same with you the governor was off in about an hour and its such a pleasure that they are able to start and back out of the shed by themselves makes they feel so proud. My only thing is now they are tearing up the trails but I still waiting for a skid plate to come out especially due to the low clearance. Awesome quad though
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I'm not sure if you noticed this or not, but you mentioned the Raptor 90. The newest Raptor 90 and newest Outlaw 110 EFI are based on the same quad. If you look closely at the frame, brakes, engine, suspension, etc and even the name stamped on the engine you'll see they're the same except for what you mentioned, being a horn, EFI, brake light, headlights (sort of) more ccs, and different looks.

I lean toward the Outlaw 110 myself. One plus I see to the Raptor 90 is the back up kick start and it being less reliant on a battery than the EFI. Otherwise, I think the advantage goes to the Outlaw for additional features.
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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-01-2016, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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A back up kick start would be nice for sure but no issues yet. The Outlaw 110 also has reverse which was nice too.

Blaze Orange/White 2014 Raptor 700
-PCV w/ timing curve
-Black DMC Force 4 Duals
-Pro-Design K&N Intake w/ Pre Filter (no lid)
-Alba ProPeg Nerf Bars
-Alba Parking Brake Block-Off
-TM Designworks Case Saver/Sprocket Cover
-Powermadd Handguards
-ASV Shorty Levers
-Team Hard Shock Covers
-ODI Rogue Lock Grips
-Renthal 15T Sprocket
-GBC XC Master Fronts/Rears
-ITP Sandstar Rears (for the flats)
-NGK Iridium Plug
-Tusk Super White Bulbs
-Engine Ice
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