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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-15-2003, 12:48 PM
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Banshee Old vs New

Has anyone noticed a big difference in the older Banshee with the single bar A-arm compared to the newer dual bar A-arm. And if so, what? I have read lots, but never ben able to compare. Have a chance to get an 89 with single A-arm setup, hardly ridden, for $1500 and dont want to get jipped because the Single isnt worth it.

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Re: Banshee Old vs New

the single bar (J arms) eat through bushings and bend easily, shouldnt give too much trouble as long as you dont motocross. there is a weld on kit that allows you to run a arms on it..i say go for it 1500 is cheap and you can alway upgrade to a arms when you want
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Re: Banshee Old vs New

I second that, buy it, ride it, modify it, and love it.
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Re: Banshee Old vs New

for only $1,500 you really got nothing to lose, if you crash it and break the arms, you can upgrade it or sell the engine alone for more than you paid for it, as long as it still runs good lol
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