Hey, WELCOME back. We were wondering how long before you would want another one. I don't have any leads on a bike, but if you need any parts, LMK.Whats up guys? Been a couple months, but wondering if anyone has any hits on a project 700 anywhere? Running, wrecked, I don't care. Closer to Oklahoma the better.
Hey, WELCOME back. We were wondering how long before you would want another one. I don't have any leads on a bike, but if you need any parts, LMK.
How's the family, are you ready for a kids quad yet, haaa?
Doing it by hand to begin with took maybe 15 minutes. You need to push really hard to really see results. There was some streaks still on it so I got a cheap polishing wheel from wal-mart and put the drill to it. Much quicker and easier, just use the low speed on the drill.How long did it take you?
A 12v Raptor will need a bigger cam, I mean a extra 6 volt battery for 18 volts.Well the soon to be two year old is getting a 12v Raptor for Christmas. Just don’t tell him haha. And baby boy number two will be on the ground the first or second week of December! How have you guys been? The X3 treating you well?
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A 12v Raptor will need a bigger cam, I mean a extra 6 volt battery for 18 volts.
Number 2 on the way, congrats again. Is this like "keep her bare foot and pregnant"?
X3's doing great, I love it. I'll prolly buy a tune and clutch kit during Black Friday sales.
First pic is beautiful. You can even see the coolant overflow leveled out at the 12 o'clock position...so I haven't been on the raptor much recently, tore the exhaust out on the other side of this badass vertical berm, trying to stall a 12 oclock on the lip (I'm convinced I'm Graham Jarvis every time I get on my quad...yeah.....it dont make no sense.) ....pulled it off though! and then started traveling.....
During my travels, I finally got the husky out on the street. I'm content to lay low for another 2 years or so, gather footage and experience until I hit the wall ride that will etch my name in the history books.....but for you guys, this street stuff is what you can expect more of.
All the best to everyone, and now that I'm back home, I'm sure I"ll have some questions about how to fix my Raptor soon.