Re: my YZ
Chubby, the paddle is excellent in the sand. You can start out way easier, pull wheelies at will, and climb hills easier. Its also helpful to tame the cocky quads that like to drag in the sand. IF i have a knobby and start out in the sand, i have to sit there, spinning the rear tire and help with my feet a little bit to get goin. With the paddle, it jumps up on top of the sand and gets the power to the ground.
With a knobbie, some turns cause the rear end to slide out or oversteer. No so with a paddle. It will stick to the ground, but it has a tendency to make the bike want to go straight. Its harder to steer bottom line with a paddle.
But as with everything, you have to way the pluses and minuses.
As to the induction statement: I love how easy to start my reed valve\power valve, Yamalube burning chain saw motor is! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
Ill give you this much, my next bike will be a Raptor.
Josh: Thanks. Its got Nationals front and rear, Dual FOXS up front, SAW 2.5s out back.
85 xtracab 4x4(FOR SALE)
94 std cab 2wd