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That you wouldnt want to twist the throttle on this at least once. Saw it for sale on facebook. Pretty clean build really. 2010 Turbo"d M8 engine.

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That you wouldnt want to twist the throttle on this at least once. Saw it for sale on facebook. Pretty clean build really. 2010 Turbo"d M8 engine.

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You should buy it and try it out! I guarantee you’d regret it.???
 

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I had a 600 Hawk stretched to a 136 and a friend with the 503. His was so much fun and yup, would love to have one in the fleet. Wait, I don't have a fleet just yet. He he he
Cool build for sure!
 

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Thank God Boivan's still alive otherwise he'd roll over in his grave .

It looks like it actually has very little time on the chassis , besides the road rash . One of those I think I can make this a better machine . 146 ASSault track looks like without the lame incorrectly clocked extrovert , at least they used a dependable engine . The secondary direct drive belt will pay dearly without a clutch sprocket pulley :)

Has any of you bike guys tried that set back ski bracket ? For as light as the bikes front ends are it might actually work pretty good .
 

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Thank God Boivan's still alive otherwise he'd roll over in his grave .

It looks like it actually has very little time on the chassis , besides the road rash . One of those I think I can make this a better machine . 146 ASSault track looks like without the lame incorrectly clocked extrovert , at least they used a dependable engine . The secondary direct drive belt will pay dearly without a clutch sprocket pulley :)

Has any of you bike guys tried that set back ski bracket ? For as light as the bikes front ends are it might actually work pretty good .
As for setback, I have noticed that certain riders yeti spindles def have way more trail built into them, and they seem to always get bedazzled at X
 

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As for setback, I have noticed that certain riders yeti spindles def have way more trail built into them, and they seem to always get bedazzled at X
The quiver ski has my interest for this reason. Five mounting positions! For and aft
 

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LOL , I get what your saying , one of the guys had a modded 800 HO . That thing was a blast but the down side was it couldn't go anywhere , you would of swore it had that little race tank the fanners first came with . The guy that bought it yanked the engine , didn't even know what it was , and put an E-tec in it . As far as I know that Hawk never ran again .

I wonder if that Cat engine is still bolted in solid like the fanner or if they put a Rev plate in .
 

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It's sad that the general population think these are dead when actually they are still ripping up the tracks . Taking the outside to get around a bike .
 

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