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07-26-2019 02:14 PM
QUADBOSS Made a short video, I’m new at this editing stuff but I’m learning... ordered a GoPro today.

https://youtu.be/lW45mMI51iE
07-21-2019 07:52 AM
QUADBOSS
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Originally Posted by Irieblue42 View Post
I’ve got a question about towing your set up. I really love the look of jeeps but how does it handle with the quads on the trailer? I would definitely pull the trigger on getting one but it seems to be a huge down grade to go from a 6.0 1500 to a rubicon from a hauling point of view
I love my Jeep but towing trailers with it sucks haha... towing just the Raptor is ok but anything over that I wouldn’t go too far. Max towing capacity is only 3500lbs That Pentastar V6 struggles when I tow my Can-am Outlander 1000 XMR... and when I tow my side-by-side and the Can-am on the trailer it’s not fun and I dont go very far when I do that.

My next vehicle will be an F250 diesel
07-21-2019 12:06 AM
Irieblue42 I’ve got a question about towing your set up. I really love the look of jeeps but how does it handle with the quads on the trailer? I would definitely pull the trigger on getting one but it seems to be a huge down grade to go from a 6.0 1500 to a rubicon from a hauling point of view
07-06-2019 04:27 PM
QUADBOSS
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Originally Posted by BlackSupra View Post
Just remove the quiet core and it will perform and sound way better. If loud exhaust isn't a problem then I'd recommend DASA. Try to avoid tarmac when possible. It eats these original tyres pretty quickly.
The stock tires and wheels are going to be my idgaf set haha... will be getting Hiper beadlock wheels with a set of Maxxis Razrs in a couple of months.
I want the Big Gun Evo R duals when I get a full exhaust but gonna wait a bit and see how it goes out on my property and the 3 hunting clubs that surround my 40 acres haha.
07-06-2019 04:18 PM
QUADBOSS Just took off the Pro Taper (Mid Bend) handlebars and installed the Pro Taper (Raptor Bend) handlebars. The Raptor Bend is way more comfortable for me. The Mid Bend looks better haha but I think I will stick with the Raptor bend.
I think if I was racing atv tracks on a 450 I would go with the Mid Bend. But for trails I think the Raptor Bend is better. That’s just my opinion though.



07-05-2019 05:07 AM
BlackSupra Just remove the quiet core and it will perform and sound way better. If loud exhaust isn't a problem then I'd recommend DASA. Try to avoid tarmac when possible. It eats these original tyres pretty quickly.
07-04-2019 08:44 PM
QUADBOSS Was riding around the house earlier and my gas light came on. 1st tank of fuel through her. Im guessing maybe 3-4 hours of run time just riding normal for break-in.

Im getting some backfiring on deceleration, all stock. I know they run lean from the factory so I might go ahead and put a Power Commander 5 on her with the stock filter and exhaust and try adding some fuel.

I will get a full exhaust one day but Im enjoy the quiet stock exhaust for now.
07-04-2019 08:12 PM
Team 2 gils It's looking good!
07-04-2019 07:56 PM
QUADBOSS First chain oil and zerk greasing... maybe 4 hours on her now. That will change soon, I've been working on building a track on my 40 acres out in the country in my spare time.

07-03-2019 10:53 AM
morphrider Thought about trying different bars too. Mine are the low rise and work great for drags and hill climbs, but when we hit the whoops section I stand, seems like they are too low at that point.
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