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I am picking up my new 4 wheeler tommorrow! Its a 07 450 grizzly outdoorsman ed. I am sure I will be happy with it just wanting anyones pros and cons about this atv...Thanks.
hahahahahaha soooo true, i ride wheelies past yamahas with my 800 sportsman haha.ymustang said:just 1 thing, remember to pull over and let polaris's go on by(lol,jus kdin)..one of my buddies has 1 and he has had no prob's with it..good luck with it and post a pic of it:Thumbup:
how do ya like having an actual tranny in yer honda? most utility quuads are just direct drive rpm monsters. my friend has a honda and says he hates it when it doesnt want to shift, yers do that?kip said:It's not a bad wheeler but It will never compare to a Honda :Thumbup:
tell ya what, the new 07 big bear 400 IRS is a beast..... i love it compared to the wifes 03 kodiak...... best thing about the big bear is its manual. no belt drive. its got all the same goodies the 450 kodiak has. plus the bear has one hell of a first gearlongdude17 said:Kodiak 450s are great bikes...seriously they are....but i managed to kill my 05 in only 200 miles/40 hours.
They are awesome bikes in 4-low-locked...just a beast for its size...i got 27 inch mudlight tires on mine and will follow any stock grizz anyplace.
just a point of advice....I recommend snorkeling the tranny, bc these belt drive yammies dont like water AT ALL...as long as you can keep the water out it will be fine.
I messed mine up on its madien voyage with the new snorkles...went a tad too deep and i was the first to the mud hole....end result is a drowned bike that now has either a cracked ring or burnt valve.:damnit
been that way for about a year now...thus the reason i call her ol'smokey. also the max level of water you will want to go through stock is about up to the head lights...and also invest in some good cv guards...the cheap plastic ones i had didnt hold up long.
If you dont tear yours up or go swimming with it, the bike should last a long time
take care and dont make my mistakes...let someone go first in to the mud...loloke: