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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-28-2005, 08:18 PM
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i just got a 05 350 raptor anyone know how to modify atv's??? please help..
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 09-28-2005, 09:38 PM
 
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Re: 350 raptor

buy a header and silencer first off. then maybe an air filter, set of pro tapers and some race gas. youll be satisfied.
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One of the ATV mags did a build up of a 350 Raptor this month. Duncan Racin did it, and they said it did well in Glamis, for a 350.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 09-29-2005, 08:22 PM
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what are the lightest and best tires to use?

any clue on how to lightin up the front in of this quad its heavy as hell.
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What terrain are you riding on? Hard to reccomend a tire if i dont know where youll be riding.

I dont know of a major way to lighten the front end. You could start with aftermarket rims, alloy handlebars.....lighter front bumper or no bumper. Aftermarket exhaust will be lighter.
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I ride in Florida. Lots of sand and light mud. I just changed handlebars. I am also looking to either change the a-arms or to get something to extend them out more.
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Re: 350 raptor

remove the head light assembly. hey, every ounce counts. the quad should come stock with alloy rims, right? maybe get a size smaller front tires? yeah an aftermarket exhaust would definately benefit alot of things. power, weight, sound, looks. maybe check into aftermarket steering stems. are they stronger and lighter than stock?? a plus. aftermarket a-arms would help im sure but do some damage to your wallet. why do you need the front so much lighter? does it steer weird? not wheelie?
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