I bought this quad in 2006. It's almost got 2,000 miles on it now and only had to replace the brake shoes in almost six years!
I still haven't had the valves adjusted as I talked to a tech on these machines. He said I'm good to go after asking a few questions regarding mileage, minor stalls which are now fixed due to a dirty tank and carb and some lag on take off, which was fixed as well!
This monster 500 can go anywhere the big dogs go and keep up, not to mention hold up! I had a few people ask what size it was and if I have any upgrades!
This Vince goes 63 mph. with a passenger and me. It's all stock except AMS rims and Swamp Fox tires!
I can keep up with the 650 class as well. Do I need to keep going?!!
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Riding an ATV can be dangerous. To ensure your safety proper protective gear should always be worn. Remember to always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Never ride on paved surfaces or public roads. Never carry passengers unless the ATV is specifically engineered to accommodate them. Riding at excessive speeds or engaging in stunt riding is extremely dangerous. Be extremely careful on difficult or unknown terrain. Never ride while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
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