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Old 22 Jun 2011, 03:16 pm
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Default The best honda trx fourwheeler?

I own a 400ex, but I want to move up to a faster bike. I want to know if I should get the 450r or the 700xx. Or maybe even a raptor or something like that.
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Old 22 Jun 2011, 03:31 pm
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if you want a faster bike, you should go with 450r i own a 05 450r and love it.. yes the 700 is more powerful but is designed for trails,sand not for races..































Everyone who own a 450r is registered at www.trx450r.org forum go and ask this question out there theres alot of knowledge on the forum.































So IMO , i would go with a 450r and its so fun to ride!!
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