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97Screamer last won the day on February 8 2021

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  1. I'm in San Diego and prices here run $400-600 to properly powder a frame. If you have a bunch of small stuff (i.e. hubs, spindles, springs, etc) prices will go up as it's a lot of prep work to do them right. Depending on the severity of the bend probably figure $200-300 to get that straightened. May need to find a frame shop to do it most powder places won't want to mess with straightening a frame unless it's very minor. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  2. Looks like someone put a longer shaft in that shock. Who rebuilt the shock?
  3. OEM or Hot Rods. I would order from a reputable business like FAST or West Coast ATV and have them weld the pins. I wouldn't buy anything from Vitos. It is all cheap Chinese junk and the owner is very shady. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  4. I sent you a PM Dano. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  5. Urgent. You'd be crazy to keep riding. That's how a $400 crank turns into $2k for new cases and cylinders once the rod plays peak-a-boo. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  6. Durablue. The Allen screw should be loose when you tighten the nut then torque down the Allen to keep pressure on the threads and keep it from backing off.
  7. Air leak. New pistins, bore and likely crank. Make sure he does a leak down test after the next rebuild. Better yet take it to someone that knows what they're doing. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
  8. Dont spend another dollar on those shocks, buy some aftermarket banshee shocks instead. Yes you can valve shocks yourself but you shouldnt. There is a lot involved to know how to valve them correctly and youll also need a few hundred dollars in speciality tools to open them up, do the valve work, and put them back together functionally. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
  9. Yes, if that digital stator is putting out 12VAC nominal voltage the JL kit from JDS will convert it to DC. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
  10. I wouldn't buy aftermarket brakes. Yfz are a good upgrade. I have a very nice oem banshee setup if you're interested. EBay radiators are fine, I've run many. Get oem plastics from Rocky Mountain ATV. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
  11. Serval and cub are the most popular with the only difference being port timing. Serval more bottom end, cub more top. Cheetah cylinders use powervalves and bigger intakes. Not as popular due to politics/cost but faster when setup properly. Very often cubs are referred to incorrectly as cheetahs. All this applies to super with the difference being bore size. DM and DMX are the newest and have large intakes and aggressive port layout. Very popular with the current generation of fast drag guys. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
  12. They have the same problem of having to kick with your foot sideways. Otherwise they have good reviews.
  13. I wouldnt put them on my quad for free. I know personally a hand full of people who ran them for a short period and switched to something else. A lot of guys run them and dont complain though so you do what you think is best. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
  14. Because they are flimsy junk lol. They dont connect to the frame in the rear, I wouldnt feel comfortable standing on them like I do my heel guards or AC bars. They also dont have a recess to allow for "natural" kicking as well as stick so far back you can run a 22" paddle on stock swingarm. Id take a used set of AC propeg over a new set of Alba everyday, even if I had to pay twice the cost. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
  15. Ive got a couple pair of freshly serviced Works shocks Ill be selling for $320/ea. Sent from my HTC U11 plus using Tapatalk
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