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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-23-2002, 05:38 PM
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grass track racing raptor ?

I JUST STARTED GRASS TRACK RACEING AND FOUND MY RAPTOR TO BE TIPPY SIDE WAYS OUT OF THE CORNER I HAVE REAR SPACERS ON IT BUT IT STILL WANTS TO ROLL .

WHICH IS THE BEST WHAY TO LOWER THE FROUNT EASY SO I CAN STILL GO TRAIL RIDEING?
ANY PRODUCTS OUT THERE WHICH CHANGE HEIGHT EASY ?

AM NEW AT ATVING HAD RAPTOR FOR 3 MONTHS AND ONLY DONE 20 HOURS ON IT DONT KNOW THAT MUCH ABOUT THEM SO HELP IF U CAN


THANKS



WHY BEAT THEM WHEN U CAN EAT THEM. BE THE PREDTOR
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-23-2002, 07:57 PM
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Re: grass track racing raptor ?

im just gonna sit back and wait for raptor_rider to respond to this one, he has a pretty nice tricked out raptor.
post #3 of (permalink) Old 03-23-2002, 09:10 PM
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Re: grass track racing raptor ?

Right on Josh,
as far as tippy goes on the Raptor, there is a few things you can do, when you get wider A-arms it will help alot with tipping, also when you get aftermarket shocks , you will gain another inch of travel and lower the quad an inch, now if you cant put out $2500.00 on suspention right away you can flip your front rims around, and gain almost 2 inches wider on each side, you will have to get special valve stems on the rims first or they will hit your brake caliper, but thats ALOT cheaper than A-arms (for now) then when I went flat trackin, I simply used tiedown straps to pull the front end down all the way(one on each side) that made it stiffer and wider, then let all the preload out of the rear shock and tightened the rebound up all the way , that way it went down easy but wouldnt come up, I dont know about grass racing , but in flat track racing you dont need any suspention, the stiffer the better, good luck
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