Kasea's look a lot like a Raptor, and a bunch of the Yamaha dealers carry them around here and swear by them. That might be something to look into.Rap-it-up said:Im kinda in the same boat. My youngest daughter turns 9 next month and I was looking at the Raptor 80 for her cause i figure it would last about 4 yrs for her. I do think I need to check out the other bikes before I settle on the Raptor. There was some things on the Raptor that I really didnt care for too much I just dont know if there is a big difference between the different makes of a smaller bike like that..My wife and I both have Raptors and wanted the lil one to match..IM REALLY CONFUSSED!!
Keep checking back. I found a company that has the goods to get the 50 to run better than an 80. Best of both worlds, small dimensions for the little kids but enough performance to keep them happy for a couple of years. I will be happy if I can get my 7 year old daughter out in the medium size dunes with us safely and comfortably.RobHussle said:Since you own both, maybe you'd be the one to ask... I want to get my son his first bike, but I don't want it to be unusable in two years. Is the 80 detunable enough for a 4 year old, or should I just get the 50 for him?
Nice Herd of Rappy's there, I also can not help myself to see that you fellows who live out west, dont have to invest in any LAWNMOWERS...Not a blade of grass to be seen...LOL!headingnorth said:Here are the kids new quads all ready to load in the trailer. I hope they will stay looking this nice for a few trips!
I'm glad to hear you like the shocks! I have not had the chance to ride anything with the standard shocks so I have nothing to compare them to. I was just going by what I had read about the difference in the two. You'll want to dial those in. I took all the pre-load out of them for Amy's bike and unless you weigh 110lbs, you should stiffen them up a bit.06RAPPY700R said: