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EricCartman

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About EricCartman

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Connecticut
  • Interests
    Custom fabrication, Trucks, Jeeps, almost anything with a motor. Also, proud dad to an awesome 6yr old daughter! :)
  1. EricCartman

    Honda CR250R 1985

    Rebuilt it completely. Ready for vintage class racing. Available for sale.
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    Honda CR250R (1985)

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    Rebuilt it completely. Ready for vintage class racing. Available for sale.
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    Polaris Sportsman 700 2004

    Lifted, Mud Bugs. Strong quad, total work-horse!
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    Polaris Sportsman 700 (2004)

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    Lifted, Mud Bugs. Strong quad, total work-horse!
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    Dinli DL 801 2008

    My 7 year old daughter's quad ... I modified it, runs GREAT, still cheap Chinese quad.
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    Dinli DL 801 (2008)

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    My 7 year old daughter's quad ... I modified it, runs GREAT, still cheap Chinese quad.
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    Yamaha YZ250 (2001)

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    It rips. Very clean, almost no use.
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    Yamaha YZ250 2001

    It rips. Very clean, almost no use.
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    Suzuki DR350S (1993)

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    Now a Supermoto bike. Lots of fun!!
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    Suzuki DR350S 1993

    Now a Supermoto bike. Lots of fun!!
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    Honda TRX400EX Sportrax 2004

    Runs great. Lots of fun, takes the abuse.
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    Honda TRX400EX Sportrax (2004)

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    Runs great. Lots of fun, takes the abuse.
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    Honda CRF450R (2008)

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    Es bueno! Ha, it's a great bike.
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    Honda CRF450R 2008

    Es bueno! Ha, it's a great bike.
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    wheelies on quad

    Hopefully they mean just put ONE foot back in the grab bar. Two feet in the grab bar would feel wierd and ya need to use the shifter or brake! As long as you're not totally hammering the throttle, if ya go too far - the grab handle will keep ya from tipping all the way over. Stay balanced! I've wheelied on my street and hit the rear grab bar at probably like 30MPH and ground a healthy flat spot on the bar - but never went over. If you balance yourself correctly, it shouldn't be a problem. Like anything practice - practice - practice! (also wear proper protection <--public service announcement!)
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