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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2001, 12:36 PM
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Gotta have a Banshee

I know yall cant give me an exact price but what would a good ballpark figure be to offer for 97 Banshee, about 10 hours on the factory motor, 2 sets of factory non cut plastics (Red/Black), 2 factory tanks (yellow/Black), 2 sets of rims and tires ( factory wheels and tires and factory wheels with paddles).

Also for the kind of cash im expecting to pay would you recomend something different? Whats the scoop on rapter VS banshee? The only experience I have on four wheelers is a 250R and a 200SX, but ive ridden bikes all my life. I started out on a CR250.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2001, 01:09 PM
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I would say about $3000-$3500 and go from there.

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a 98?? if you get it for 3000 jump that bitch and do whatever the guy wants...

if you get it for less then 4500 I would be surprised...maybe 4200...
I bought a 94 for 2400 but I haggled the hell out of it before I bought it...and I also drove from mpls, MN to cleveland OH and back...


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post #4 of (permalink) Old 03-07-2001, 12:57 AM
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Here in Southern Ca, I would see it for about $4500.

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Here in Southern Ca, I would see it for about $4500.

I have never ridden a Raptor. I can only relay on what i read in the magazines. The Raptor has more HP stock for stock(38 vs. 35). I understand it is too narrow, too short, and too tall for desert and sand dunes. If i got one, id do +3" arms, 2-3" swing, +6 axle, twist(naturally) exhaust, pro flow with foam and outerwear, no lid, rejet, then take it from there.

Where do you plan on riding? Raptor is better for woods, trails. Banshee is better for desert and dunes.

Talk to Raptor Rider, he has one of each!

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The scoop on the Raptor is that the Banshee is pure adrenaline rush , and the Raptor is pure pleasure , it depends on what kind of riding you are going to be doing , I have both , and the Raptor is the king of the hill when it comes to trails , jumping , hill climbing ,and just putting around in the woods , the Banshee is the king of the hills when it comes to the dunes , it has more tire speed than the raptor so if gets up on top faster there fore it beats the $hit out of the raptor , where are you going to ride it and what do you expect it to do?

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ya know everyone states that the banshee is a desert machine and is not great in the woods...but I run my banshee 85-95% of the time in woods trails...I mean hell look where I live...I live in MN whcich doesnt have dunes to speak of...and its wilderness up here....I love mine in the trails...so I think that it can be a great trail ride too...if you know HOW to use the power it gives out....


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buy a bike and take your couches to the junk yard with your tv.

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ahahaha yzroost....too funny...but i have a bike..why do i need a new one?

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I guess the main place I would ride would be the Nellis dunes(just east of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway), lots of sand but theres rocks and desert out there to. Id probably use it in the mountains a little to.

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