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View Poll Results: Reverse? No or yes
Yes 28 80.00%
No 7 20.00%
I dont really know 0 0%
Maybe 0 0%
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Old 01-20-2009, 01:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Reverse or no reverse on 450r? EFI?

I say YES. It is on almost all of the other 450's out there, it is so heplful.
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Old 02-28-2009, 08:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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both efi and reverse would be nice on the new 450r so would a wider version like every one else is coming out withthe 450r needs more oil capacity as well
i have an 2004 450 kick it needs oil changes all the time the first thing i put on it was long travel houser and elka shocks front and back. itp mxr6 and a curtis sparks exhaust. its a lot better than it was. i bought a brand new 400ex in 07 it the best bike i have ever owned other than a 300fourtrax reliable and it has less up keep over the 450 but the 400 is still stock. i bought the 450 shortly after because all my buddies have on frome yam to suzuki to hon even a gas gas i thought it would be bad @$$. stock its ok but thats why i did the work to it so it would feel like a race quad and handle like a race quad.
thats what honda needs to do and dont over price it. The 450r is no longer mine!!

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both efi and reverse would be nice on the new 450r so would a wider version like every one else is coming out withthe 450r needs more oil capacity as well
i have an 2004 450 kick it needs oil changes all the time the first thing i put on it was long travel houser and elka shocks front and back. itp mxr6 and a curtis sparks exhaust. its a lot better than it was. i bought a brand new 400ex in 07 it the best bike i have ever owned other than a 300fourtrax reliable and it has less up keep over the 450 but the 400 is still stock. i bought the 450 shortly after because all my buddies have on frome yam to suzuki to hon even a gas gas i thought it would be bad @$$. stock its ok but thats why i did the work to it so it would feel like a race quad and handle like a race quad.
thats what honda needs to do and dont over price it.
Exactly.....if honda put their reverse and EFI, widen the front...they would make so much more money doing that. I mean come on....everyone else has it. Esp. since the new YFZ is out. That is Honda's #1 competition:Yamaha.
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I say YES. It is on almost all of the other 450's out there, it is so heplful.
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If they make a machine that is 50" wide for MX, why would you put reverse on it? Reverse is pointless on a MX track. If they made a machine XC specific, reverse wold be nice. EFI...I could do without. I know how to jet a carb. I don't know how to program the $300 fuel programmers.
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Agree!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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if they make a machine that is 50" wide for mx, why would you put reverse on it? Reverse is pointless on a mx track. If they made a machine xc specific, reverse wold be nice. Efi...i could do without. I know how to jet a carb. I don't know how to program the $300 fuel programmers.
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If they make a machine that is 50" wide for MX, why would you put reverse on it? Reverse is pointless on a MX track. If they made a machine XC specific, reverse wold be nice. EFI...I could do without. I know how to jet a carb. I don't know how to program the $300 fuel programmers.
What redracer said. who needs a reverse on a MX quad,but would be good on a XC quad.
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Maybe you don't need it, but does it take away from the quad if it has it? I'd rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it. As far as I'm concerned, EFI is a must...especially in cold weather, and all it takes to program it is a laptop. I have EFI on both of my bikes and they both have Power Commanders...changing the fuel map is no more difficult than plugging the laptop in and making an adjustment.
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I can only assume that if you are a racer then having reverse adds weight, and every little bit counts. Maybe it adds some drag in the gear box too, I dunno.
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The thing is without an air/fuel ratio gauge you won't get it spot on. My Rhino has dual Looney Tuned Exhaust. When I added the fuel programmer we had to add up to 25% more fuel at spots. So unless they have a ratio gauge you can get it close but not exact.
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