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oh well you fooled me Lol
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a banshee was my first quad. 3rd day i had it i took a fence post out of the ground.
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I would say that the raptor 350 is the way to go.

If you ever plan to do trail riding, reverse pays for itself many times over. When I was younger, my father bought me a Honda Recon (250 utility) and honestly only until the last few years it was good enough for me. I would say get the 350 and see how you feel.... probably it will keep you happy for a very long time, and when it doesn't, a pipe and jet kit can fix it.
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got it!! it fits too!

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congratulations man, that quad will be a ton of fun and will never let you down, they are so reliable.
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awesome! moar picsssss
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sweet!
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looks fun
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awesome! moar picsssss
Haven't got to ride it yet due to crappy weather, but I'll for sure get some when we go out, here some basic ones

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looks awesome! I really like the painted frame! Just be sure to break in the engine like you should, I know its hard to be patient, but it is really worth it in the long run...you just have to.
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Damn those sport quads are dinky. I bought a 500 Arctic cat 4x4 and it barely fits in my fleet side. The tail gate won't close and its about 1/2" from busting out my rear window.
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you better take it out this week up here we are suppose to be in the 75 range
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took it out a little bit today!

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no action shots since it was only me and a buddy on his dirt bike ridin at the same time =[

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thats awesome dude, how ya like it?
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they are not "dinky"...
utility and sport quads are designed totally different. More relevantly, go get a 250 utility quad and you'll see it is also that small...
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thats awesome dude, how ya like it?
haha i LOVE it! totally happy with the 350.. for now anyway... its so stable and handles very NICE

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they are not "dinky"...
utility and sport quads are designed totally different. More relevantly, go get a 250 utility quad and you'll see it is also that small...
yeh the 250 is a good amount smaller u can def tell
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