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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-15-2008, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
 
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hellloooo

just got my teryx and love it
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Hey there, great to have you with us

Where are you located? What kind of riding do you do? Any mods planned?




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just starting

palmdale ca , mostly sand yeah planning on doing the 840 kit just want to know how reliable it is.. and is it really worth it
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If you looking to do mods, Hunterworks has a really good article that provides a good order to follow... I can't seem to find the link at the moment, but once I do, I'll post it here, unless somebody else does first.
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thanx

thanks for the info
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thanks for the info
Hey Louie , when you are ready give me a shout !
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whats up grant ... im ready but theres so much stuff out there im confused
dont want to spend money i dont have to
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whats up grant ... im ready but theres so much stuff out there im confused
dont want to spend money i dont have to
I understand what you are saying, there is a ton of stuff outthere .

In my opiniomn you need to break your upgrades in 3 categories:

Safety.
These items would include Cage , seats , belts , doors .etc .

Performance
Suspension, Pipe, CDI, clutch , Intake, Big Bore , Tires and wheels

Cosmetics

Custom paint, Stereos , Lighting

Obviously some of these items bleed into multiple categories but you get the idea. If planned properly you can do these i stages without spending money twice and haveing very little riding downtime.

Lou , is the Teryx for you or your gorgeous wife ?
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car

its my wifes but shes not scared of the throttle... i just painted it white put a candy lime green 4 seat cage and itp beadlocks ... she whants it faster so let me know were i go frrom here all i got is a cdi
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