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post #31 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-03-2010, 06:55 PM
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post #32 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-03-2010, 07:16 PM
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Have you seen this? is there more than one occacion?

Anyone else seen this.
I'm about to install my spacers.
I just bent my stock rear axle about a month ago with +2 spacers. I was cruising in second (with the 14T on) in some tight woods. I got on it for a second and ended up flipping because it was on snow and the quad decided to fish tail a little to much. I wasn't going that fast and the quad only rolled on to its side. But I felt like I was riding a horse home because the axle was bent at like a 45 degree angle. I had to drive through three creeks up to my shins to get back to my buddy house! Now i got my g force axle and all is good
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G-force axle is killer for the price.. not a whole lot more than a set of spacers....

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And to answer your question yes elkas are awsome shocks... But not really necessary unless you are going to be racing or something like that. You will probably be better off getting some yfz shocks and having them revalved for your weight and riding style.

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Nerf bars, if your gonna jump it because when you foot falls off the peg and you run it over it hurts a little.

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Nerf bars, if your gonna jump it because when you foot falls off the peg and you run it over it hurts a little.
I did it on my old Honda. Yeah it hurt a little, it almost ripped the whole top of my foot off. You could see bones and everything.

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I did it on my old Honda. Yeah it hurt a little, it almost ripped the whole top of my foot off. You could see bones and everything.
thats sick LOL, the one and only time i did it i wasnt going real fast but the jump was uneven and it threw me off balance so my foot fell off the peg when i landed and i ran over my whole leg and it stalled out near my groin, which was lucky with the mudlites on the back LOL, but i thought i broke my ankle.

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I would widen it first with some extended a arms and rear axle before that
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take out the crappy 660 engine and stick in a 700 engine
Hey now u little phucker....lol...j/k....not everyone can be like u....i will say it till I die...660s are where its at.....FI is for guys who dont know how to jet a carb....lol.....sorry had to chime in........


Seriously though, +2 arms and wider axle paired with the yfz450 shocks....the best thing ive done yet

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