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What is the best "Sport" quad for woods and muddy areas

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I know this is a Raptor board but.... What do you think the best "sport" quad is for woods and muddy areas?
 

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I thought you were gonna go with the Kawa. Didn't your sales guy advice you to get it. :3question:
 

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Yea... but my heart is set on the Raptor... plus I've always had Yamaha's. I just trying to get everyones oppinion before I stroke the check for 7K.
 

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Ok cool. Get the Raptor then. :thumbsup: You can't go wrong.
 

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I'm getting close myself. How does the Raptor handle getting washed after a mud run? I hope it doesn't sound like a stupid question. Can you go hog wild with the hose and spray all over (except near air box intake of course) and not with extreme high pressure. My only concern is electrical connectors and so on.

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Tiggyboot said:
I'm getting close myself. How does the Raptor handle getting washed after a mud run? I hope it doesn't sound like a stupid question. Can you go hog wild with the hose and spray all over (except near air box intake of course) and not with extreme high pressure. My only concern is electrical connectors and so on.

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The only sensitive area is the TPS, and can be helped with some di-electric grease.
 

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Diddly said:
Tiggyboot said:
I'm getting close myself. How does the Raptor handle getting washed after a mud run? I hope it doesn't sound like a stupid question. Can you go hog wild with the hose and spray all over (except near air box intake of course) and not with extreme high pressure. My only concern is electrical connectors and so on.

MK
The only sensitive area is the TPS, and can be helped with some di-electric grease.
could u or someone else show me on an engine pic where the TPS is located ( i dont know alot when it comes to engines)
 
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