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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-04-2017, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
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Camp and ride with my son first time he did mile hill

Had a good weekend with my son rode to mile hill and a few others on the way the quads were running awesome!!!

So proud of that kid!!!!

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It looks like your kid has it dialed in. How is your new build for power and torque?
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It looks like uoyr kid has it dialed in. How is your new build for power and torque?


Never had it on the dyno but it runs real well.
Gonna try and get it dialed in some more.
I have a pc3 to play with I was debating if it's worth getting the pc5 to try the auto tune stuff.
Also have a dynatek programmable ignition with 4 different curves to try


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Congrats on the build. Congrats x2 on the kid.

I wouldn't wanna be a member of any club that would have me.
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It looks like these machines are overkill for this hill

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Alot of times just paddles alone will get you to the tips of hills. I mix between paddles and mud lites everytime we go out. Looks fun, we ran tremount to minversville Sunday and ate burgers on the trail 16 miles away for the truck!
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It looks like these machines are overkill for this hill
The hills if coal, dirt or sand usually don't show in a picture how steep they are. Paddle tires as shown are necessary for traction on coal, sand and snow. You have to move coal and sand for traction. That makes it loose for the next guy. Therefor, the agressive tires to dig for solid ground.

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The hills if coal, dirt or sand usually don't show in a picture how steep they are. Paddle tires as shown are necessary for traction on coal, sand and snow. You have to move coal and sand for traction. That makkes it loose for the next guy. Therefor, the agressive tires to dig for solid ground.
Yeah but they climb with ease. Full throttle but with ease.

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There are other hills I did that were a challenge took me a few times to make it I don't have videos of them.
I won't let my son do them yet


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Least you climb with ppl. I rolled a Honda down a hill in Newtown years ago landed it a tree above me running full throttle 15 mins til I got it out. Now I ride with machettes and chain.
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