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    Junior Member Glorfindel's Avatar
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    Hi there!!

    Im an old buck who still like quads. I got a fully built Banshee and im about to buy a TRX 250r for my son. It will be his first quad and my banshee is too much, power wise, for a noobs.

    So, i'm reading stuff here and wait to find a good deal localy (Quebec, Canada).

    Sorry for my bad english, it's not my first language.



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    Can’t go wrong with an r I was always a dirtbike guy till I bought an r and I love mine handles awesome and rides smooth in the woods plus plenty of power

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    I'm sorry but I don't think an R is a good choice for a kids first quad, unless your son has at least some experience riding already.

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    Looks like a beautiful place to ride. God's country

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    get him a 250X, not R
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glorfindel View Post
    Im an old buck who still like quads. I got a fully built Banshee and im about to buy a TRX 250r for my son. It will be his first quad and my banshee is too much, power wise, for a noobs.

    So, i'm reading stuff here and wait to find a good deal localy (Quebec, Canada).

    Sorry for my bad english, it's not my first language.



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    Welcome to the Home of the 250R...:-)

    IMO...get your son a 250R; Best of the Best...!

    Carlos

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    Quote Originally Posted by tosaw View Post
    I'm sorry but I don't think an R is a good choice for a kids first quad, unless your son has at least some experience riding already.
    I though about a blaster, but he's 16 years old, 6' and 175lbs, so he will outgrow the blaster too fast.

    He ride my Shee, but 110whp for a trail bike is kind of retard, even for me ;-)

    So a nice trx with a stock engine should be ok.

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    I say go with a stock r then as he grows used to u can build it as he gets older I’d say if u get a blaster or 250x for him u will be selling it in no time looking for something with more power and more comfortable to ride
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    Guys, i find this one, at a very good price!!!!

    '87 with some mods, stock suspension, for only 3500$ Canukistan dollars, wich is about 500$ us ;-)

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    Get an R! Doesn’t matter what year, just get one! I was 13 yr old when my father bought me my 1986 R which I still proudly own! I learned on that bike and I was able to ride ANYTHING after learning on my R!
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