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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Recently seen being tested in the dunes at Glamis, the Fourtrax 500 is coming soon! It is said that the power plant is based on the CR500. Are you guys ready for this? Woohoo!

 
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More than likely what u saw was some project quad someone built and told u he was a honda rider and that they were gonna start production. Don't believe everything you see and hear. I would love to see that monkey flying deal though, be pretty neat I think.

 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Ya, ya and the frame is built using captured alien technology
backengineered at area 51. But you had better watch out cause
they'll know that you know and we all know how long bodies last
in the desert, beware the black copters dude!

'98 Scrambler 400 RCR stage 1
'93 Polaris 350 4X4 w/V-plow
 
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I wouldnt expect to see any new two stroke bikes at all. Epa regs make it difficult to sell in some states like California. Why waste r&d money and time?


 
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Why don't you fools try calling a California dealer for info. Here's one you can try: Fun Bike Center in San Diego, CA 858-278-6635 and ask for details. They probably will never get them out to your hillbilly town anyway. And why would you need one on the farm anyway, "it don't got no fur-wheel drive, right Jed"?

 
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Where you there? These were no project quads. These were production bikes, I am talking the real deal. You don't have to believe it. Just remember who told you that these quads are coming.

 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
OK, I believe you, just having a little fun with your post.
Can you blame us, Honda abandoned 2 stroke quads when they
killed the 250R. Could they be testing a new frame with a
powerful 2 stroke motor because their 4 stroke wasn't quite
ready yet? Maybe they're doubling the old 350X motor into a
700cc monster. They should get back into 2 strokes though,
they would sell many units.

'98 Scrambler 400 RCR stage 1
'93 Polaris 350 4X4 w/V-plow
 
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yea, geeze, we are having a bit of fun with your post.
but I for one, cannot believe honda would invest that large
amount of money ( quite a bit for engineering and testing & production)
only to find that there are very limited places to run a two stroke
in the future, if any(Clinton-Gore factor). I would think it would be a test for a 4 stroke machine,
unless they use their technology from their EXP-2 stroke, which did
have less emissions than a 4 stroke. We'll see... very interesting either way!!
(I think it's a high reving 4 stroke, remember the 25,000 rpm 125cc six cylinders on road racers, if your not too young)

 
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