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If you think that is awesome as pumpkin pie on a Sunday morning? Then call me a *******, because that is sweet.

(I really don't know where the pie thing came from, sorry.)
 

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I can't be the only one that thinks that is cool as sh!t? A little *******, sure. But a 1000cc quad? Dang.

-Vaughan
 

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I forgot to mention. I think ******** are great. The world would be a much more boring place without them. And I'd pay money to see Jim Bob fire that beast up.
 

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That thing is scary, (and not in a good way) :eek:
 

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Would be worth a case of blue ears to watch it ridden. I'm willing to bet it doesn't steer that well, but the wheelie bar sure is ominous. Not something I'd like to own, but it's always cool seeing other people's projects come to fruition.

-Vaughan
 

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Hey man, watch this....
 

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Not to be a buzzkill (it does look preeeety), but.... if you are going to take a motorcycle and put it on four wheels... why not just get a quad? If the point is to make it into something fast on 4 wheels, why not soup up a dune-buggy or get a corvette?

SO, other than its potential pointlessness, it still looks pretty bada$$ to have an sv body on a 4-wheeler. Definitely love to see some stats... 1/4 mile, 0-60, top speed...
 

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I'd have to say a hopped Banshee would easily beat it, on the other hand...quads are street legal here. I'd commute it!
 

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I've seen far more odd combos out at the La dunes, including a 2000 warrior with a 2006 r6s engine in it, an old honda hurricane 600 with a 250r swingarm and front forks "3wheeler". Mmmmm one time me and a buddy put a 250r swingarm on an 89 Cr500.

Honestly I think this is kinda neat in the same way the CSVR500 thingamabike the duck is building. I don't like the wheelie bar but a 1k twin on the raptor frame has got to be an awesome ride. That bike is way too heavy for the stock raptor suspension though, at 135lbs I've bottomed mine out hard quite a few times.
 
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