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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-26-2011, 05:38 PM Thread Starter
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Trading for 560 predator?

Alright so i have a 2005 Yamaha YFZ i just traded a truck for. The YFZ is BONE STOCK! im talking original tires from 2005! LOW HOURS and pretty clean to. I am thinking very strongly about trading it for a 2004 Polaris predator with the 560 big bore kit, Hot cams, K&N intake, Big gun exhaust, Shaved front and rear fenders, +2 full flight A-arms, and it has neon's or something stupid (neon's are coming off as soon as she gets home so dont worry!) Lol But i know I am on a Polaris site so everyone is going to say do it but i want some hones opinions! Thanks guys!
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-26-2011, 06:27 PM
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Unless they have receipts to prove this was done professionally and not in someone's backyard.

I typically steer clear of machines with these mods because they usually heavily lack any reliability.

I need proof it was done right. Otherwise I would skip it and stay with a stock machine otherwise.
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Alright, why would it being bored out make it less reliable? I'm not disagreeing just wondering.
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Being bored out wouldn't make it unreliable. It should be just as reliable in theory as stock. I always question the quality of the work when someone takes the motor apart.

I want to see receipts for the labor so I know who did it, or I want to know that the owner knows what he is doing when he did this.

I always assume the motor is going to grenade, and need to be proved otherwise. At least thats my rule when looking at used machines with internal mods.
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