4 Wheeled Orange Crush

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by munichboy, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. munichboy

    munichboy Been here awhile

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  2. munichboy

    munichboy Been here awhile

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    Another pikkie of this silly machine :evil

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  3. MooreRon

    MooreRon Banned

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    Can you imagine how much fun that would be with a set of paddle tires in the sand dunes!!! :lol3

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  4. Singletrack

    Singletrack Adventurer

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    Imagine how much MORE fun a regular TWO WHEEL 950 with a paddle tire would be in the dunes !!! :rofl
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  5. Gaulin

    Gaulin Orange (& Blue) Crush

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    Anyone have any ?? :hide


    Sorry, couldn't resist......but seriously, anyone heard any rumours as to what KTM plans to make for their upcoming quads, and what do you think the chances are they'll mount up an LC8 to one ? I think that would set the bar for the displacement/horsepower wars for sometime.
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  6. Darin

    Darin WYSIWYG (WIZ-zee-wig)

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    Yea.

    That would be one bad ass quad. I'd have to have one, it would rival the Yamaha Banshee 350 twin 2~stroke. I'd like to see KTM throw in the 300cc 2~stroke:D

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  7. PeeBee

    PeeBee Giant leap for me!

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    Do you mean this one?
    I've seen it in the flesh and it's really mean. It should be mean to drive too, since 100 hp and no diff will make cornering... challenging.
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  8. Darin

    Darin WYSIWYG (WIZ-zee-wig)

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    That is fast just looking at it, thanks for posting. All it needs now is a set of paddle tires for the dunes:ricky
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  9. dzrtracin

    dzrtracin ride'n 2 live

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    Have a friend who races in south america for a KTM dealer, the quad has a 525 engine & a hand made frame a guy out of ohio & suspension from mars. They can be purchased for a mere $22,000 dollars.
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  10. Hayduke

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  11. MotoPazzo

    MotoPazzo Adventurer

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    Why bother? Jeeeez, too much money and time in their hands!
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  12. Hayduke

    Hayduke ///SAFETY THIRD/// Super Moderator

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    :poser That was a quick thread merge! :thumb :lol3
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  13. frederickflintsone

    frederickflintsone Flaming Misanthrope

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    owning both a ktm EXC520 and a yamaha raptor atv, I was pleased to see ktm come out with there 525atv. it would be a blast on our states(michigan) atv trails. that thing on the other hand, would be useless anywhere but on the dunes or in the desert. if I had that money to blow I would buy two of something else
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  14. eastbloc

    eastbloc comprador bourgeois

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    Looks street-legal. That would be one obvious advantage over an ATV.
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