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Old 02-05-2011, 06:39 PM
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Okay i just recently became in love with riding 4 wheelers, and sold my sound system so that I could afford a 4wheeler. I'v never owned one before and don't really know much about them to tell you the truth. I'v found some really good looking yamaha raptors for sale on craigslist that I like, but i'm not quite sure that it would make for a good first bike for me. I'v been told to start out with something like a 2 stroke yamaha blaster, but I don't know if it's enough for me. When I get the four wheeler it is going to be used pretty much every weekend/all weekend and sometimes threw out the week. What would you guys recommend for a first bike for me?
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i hate raptors personally since im from a motocross side of things, i think a good allround quad i would look at the yzf450 or trx450. both good quads
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Okay i just recently became in love with riding 4 wheelers, and sold my sound system so that I could afford a 4wheeler. I'v never owned one before and don't really know much about them to tell you the truth. I'v found some really good looking yamaha raptors for sale on craigslist that I like, but i'm not quite sure that it would make for a good first bike for me. I'v been told to start out with something like a 2 stroke yamaha blaster, but I don't know if it's enough for me. When I get the four wheeler it is going to be used pretty much every weekend/all weekend and sometimes threw out the week. What would you guys recommend for a first bike for me?
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what kind of riding do you plan on doing?
trail, mud, track, etc....

raptors are fast and pretty nice but if you ever want to re-sell it the resale value is crap on them.
blasters can be bought cheap and are fun as hell depending on what kind of riding you are doing
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i also suggest to go over to atvriders.com and do some resource on there forum. tons of quads for sale
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Okay i just recently became in love with riding 4 wheelers, and sold my sound system so that I could afford a 4wheeler. I'v never owned one before and don't really know much about them to tell you the truth. I'v found some really good looking yamaha raptors for sale on craigslist that I like, but i'm not quite sure that it would make for a good first bike for me. I'v been told to start out with something like a 2 stroke yamaha blaster, but I don't know if it's enough for me. When I get the four wheeler it is going to be used pretty much every weekend/all weekend and sometimes threw out the week. What would you guys recommend for a first bike for me?
Your in the south, your supposed to have a 4x4 fourwheeler! If not the YZF450 is a beast.
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what kind of riding do you plan on doing?
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raptors are fast and pretty nice but if you ever want to re-sell it the resale value is crap on them.
blasters can be bought cheap and are fun as hell depending on what kind of riding you are doing


I'm going to be doing a lot of trail/track riding, not really looking for a 4x4.
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i also suggest to go over to atvriders.com and do some resource on there forum. tons of quads for sale


I'm deff gonna go there, thanks for the input.
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I'm going to be doing a lot of trail/track riding, not really looking for a 4x4.
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just some to consider. not to crazy but have more than enough power that you wont "out grow" them after getting used to them.
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