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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-09-2001, 12:21 AM
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Hey guys i have some questions about...
400EX,raptor,ds660,banshee,warrioR..

Which one is the fastest out of them..Top speeds..
Which is the best jumping fourwheeler..
Which is the best turning..
which is the best for wheeling(spelling)
Also i don't want a fourwheeler that i have to repair alot..
So what one is the best overall fourwheeler..
Also i'm around 6'2 and 185pounds..i'm wondering what one is the best fit and which one would be the worst..
thanks guys
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-09-2001, 01:44 AM
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your questions will raise lots of opinions , and as we all know "Opinions are like *******s , every one has them and they all stink" as for my OPINION, the best quad for me is the Raptor , it wheelies very easy, has GREAT suspention, (stock for stock) the DS 650 is only 2 mph faster than the Raptor, the Raptor has more low end power than any other quad out , it is more of a controlable power unlike the very powerful 2 stroke Banshee which is either on or off, it is lower maintainance than a 2 stroke, it is however geared towards the more experianced rider, to make it a very stable ride it needs to be widend, but that was easy! If your not a real experianced rider I would go with the 400EX In my eyes its like a mini Raptor, has great suspention,wheelies easy, and is a low maintainance 4 stroke, it does have the electric start like the Raptor , but the Raptor is the only one on your list that has reverse, I do have a Raptor , Banshee, 2 Blasters , and a Trailblazer, Iv'e riden all the Quads you have inquired about , and in my OPINION the Raptor is the king of the hill (TAKE THAT AIRBORN)[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]

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what i think is that if you arnt quite experienced and dont need a an extemely powerful bike the warrior is an excelant ride...but if you are a power thirsty speed freak get a banshee!! light switch power bands are VERY fun!!!

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damn raptor...nicely put....I will have to say there is not much to add to that....although....the raptor is the best set up....and i will also say that i rode the raptor without it widened and i didnt think it was that tippy....

the banshee i wouldnt recommend unless u want on or off type of riding...i ride a banshee...and its always on....never off....dont slow down till u see God...that is the motto for a banshee rider....

the raptor...as raptor sed....is KILLER for wheelies...i was sooo impressed...i got on one this past weekend....and rode a wheelie for quite sometime....across the sand dune if u wanna call it that....
and i took it down the road and cracked up the front wheel and was easy to balance and take for a while....

i would suggest either the raptor or the warrior...the advantage which to me is set and match is the ability to have reverse on a sport quad....

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