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Here is mine.

Chassis | Suspension | Controls:

Frame: Lonestar propeg
A Arms: Laeger's Pro Trax T-pin +3+0 front end
Swingarm: Laeger's
Steering Stem: Laeger's Pro Trax +2
Stabilizer: PEP, Laeger's style
Axle: RPM +4 race axle
Carrier: RPM tapered carrier
Locknut: Lonestar anti-fade
Hubs F|R: Front RPM with tapered bearing

Rear Lonestar
Bars: Fasst flex
Throttle/Clutch Lever: 400Ex throttle, RTC rx4 clutch lever, RTC front brake lever
Nerfs: AC pro pegs
Bumper: AC
Grab Bar: AC grab bar
Front Shocks: Elka longtravel
Rear Shock: Elka
Brake Lines: Gafler stainless/kevlar
Rotors F|R: Gafler Wave rotors
Rims F|R: Hiper single beadlock front/ Hiper 8x8 beadlock rear
Tires F|R: Maxxis razors 20x6-10 front Kenda claw 18x10.5-8 rear



Body:

Plastic: OEM HONDA white
Graphics|Seat Cover: Spastic design
Fuel Tank: Clarke clear

Seatcover: quadtech
quadtech hood




Engine|Drive System:

Cylinder|Head: ct non pv 350
Carburetor: PWK 39 Air striker
Air Filter|Box: K&N filter,
Pipe|Silencer: Duncan eliminator pipe with a fatboy silencer
Clutch|Plates: Hinson Basket
Gearing F|R: 14/39

Ignition: Esr cr250r ignition and a sfb 11oz flywheel weight

Ignitioncover: Esr


Other:

Hinson quick change clutch cover










 

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uhhh...you win.
 

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Chassis | Suspension | Controls:

Frame: Walsh Race Craft YZF Chassis
A Arms: Walsh Race Craft Flatty long travel arms
Swingarm: Walsh Race Craft YZF CR500 link
Steering Stem: Walsh Race craft
Stabilizer: PEP, Walsh mounting
Axle: RPM +4
Carrier: RPM
Locknut: Lonestar anti-fade
Hubs F|R: Harkor
Rear Honda
Bars: Renthal fat bars
Throttle/Clutch Lever: Honda throttle, RTC clutch lever, RTC front brake lever
Nerfs: Gibson pro pegs
Bumper: Rath
Grab Bar: Rath
Front Shocks: Custom Axis compression and rebound adjust long travel
Rear Shock: Custom Axis cr500 link compression and rebound adjust long travel
Brake Lines: Gafler stainless
Rotors F|R: Gafler Wave rotors
Rims F|R: Douglas Ultimate Shamrock beadlocks
Tires F|R: Holeshots up front with razors on the rear

Body:

Plastic: Lake custom
Graphics|Seat Cover: JRD/Lost creek
Fuel Tank: Clarke clear




Engine|Drive System:

Cylinder|Head: TC Racing YZF head and TC Racing 445 cylinder
Carburetor: FCR
Air Filter|Box: K&N filter,
Pipe|Silencer: TC racing
Clutch|Plates: Hinson
Gearing F|R: Varied

other: ALOT OF BLING BLING :D













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Justin
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i say if it isnt atleast a 250R based powerplant you do not qualify???? anyone else feel the same? very nice bikes tho guys! very cool!
 

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i say if it isnt atleast a 250R based powerplant you do not qualify???? anyone else feel the same? very nice bikes tho guys! very cool!
Weve always done hybrids in the past, and its going to stay that way. Its still a full 250R(based) chassis.
 

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if you want 250R only, vote 250R only, its pretty simple. frankly i wouldnt be bothered if someone entered a jeep.

nice quads guys.
 

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Wow, sorry for posting here. Didnt mean to ruffle anyones feathers. Last time i checked the QOTM rules it allowed hybrids(or slow 4 strokes?)

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Guess ill also post up one of my two strokes for ya guys that aint liking the 4 strokes.

Chassis | Suspension | Controls:

Frame: Walsh Race Craft Pro Lightweight 250r no link Chassis with Walsh Alluminum subframe(VERY RARE Chassis!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
A Arms: Walsh Race Craft Lightwieght Arms
Swingarm: Walsh Race craft Lightweight no link
Steering Stem: Walsh Race craft Lightweight
Stbilizer:
Axle: RPM
Carrier: RPM
Locknut: RPM
Hubs F|R: OEM
Bars: Tag T2
Throttle/Clutch Lever: OEM RTC
Grips: Honda
Nerfs: AC
Bumper: Lightweight Rath
Grab Bar:
Front Shocks: PEP Long travel Dual adjust
Rear Shock: PEP No link long travel dual adjust
Brake Lines: Braided
Rotors F|R:
Rims F|R: Douglas
Tires F|R: American Racers



Body:

Plastic: OEM Race cut
Graphics|Seat Cover:
Number Backgrounds:
Handguards:
Bar Pad:
Fuel Tank: Clarke



Engine|Drive System:

Cylinder|Head: Cool head
Bore & Stroke: Sneaky Sneaky
Displacement: 265ish ;)
Cam:
Carburetor: keihin
Air Filter|Box: Walsh intake with K&N filter
Pipe|Silencer: Sparks TT pipe, sparks silencer
Clutch|Plates: Hinson
Gearing F|R: Depends on track
CDI|Killswitch: Pro design
Cooling: Fluidine/Walsh radiator
Other: Rath lightweight sway bar and plenty more little trick stuff.












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Justin
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I personally like the 250R based hybrids, but when it comes down to voting, I'm biased towards a 250R powerplant.
 
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