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Old 10-27-2011, 05:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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trx 700

whant to know what u guys think about the trx 700. is it a good machine and a fast quad. woulb gradly appriciated it . thanks
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Old 10-27-2011, 07:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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never drove one or owned one... but i have sat on them at the dealer and from what ive heard they are great bikes... one its 700cc's 2 its fuel injected 3 interdependent suspension, liquid cooled
"With its fuel injection and liquid-cooling, this 686cc four-valve engine makes the TRX700XX the most powerful sport ATV Honda has ever built."
ive heard they are good and thats some info i gathered up hope this helps until someone else comes along that actually owns one...
and its a honda so its gotta be good and of course its fast
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Old 10-27-2011, 07:32 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I've never ridden one before, but I believe JB on here has one, and I'm sure him or whoever it was with it will respond on your question.
Speed wise, I'm sure that thing is going to run close to 80mph stock, and ride great with that IRS, it just won't be as stable a slider as say a Raptor 700 would be, but have a nicer ride and ground clearance which would make it a better trail rider to me.
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Old 10-27-2011, 02:39 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Yep, JB has one and also there's a few more members that have the 700XX. They should be able to help you.
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Its a great machine, if thats what your looking for. I like everything about this quad, except the plastic. While mean and futuristic looking, it doesn't help to cover the rider at all from and type of mud, water, even tiny puddles. The motor is awesome, it has 450 class horsepower, with more low end. Ground clearance is rediculous, it actually has more than my Rincon does, even with 21" front tires and 22" rears. The handling, took some getting used to. You can't just take it out and ride it like a regular straight axle sport quad, it requires more body english and throttle control to whip it around in the corners, and even then you may have your inside front tire up in the air a little bit. OVer all, its a rush to ride. Get on, don't look back, and just hammer it.
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Everything JBGill06 says,and once you get familiar with the handling, you won't care too much for the solid axle. Look this thing has

tons of power

a foot of clearance

unbelievable ride

Its a HONDA
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Everything JBGill06 says,and once you get familiar with the handling, you won't care too much for the solid axle. Look this thing has

tons of power

a foot of clearance

unbelievable ride

Its a HONDA
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I have one that I thrash every chance that I get and the only issue that I have had in 18 months is having to replace 6 reverse cables
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I have one that I thrash every chance that I get and the only issue that I have had in 18 months is having to replace 6 reverse cables
Maybe you need to go forward more. lmao
Whats happening to the cables. mine is easy to engage,it doesn't
feel like its in a bind

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Its a great machine, if thats what your looking for. I like everything about this quad, except the plastic. While mean and futuristic looking, it doesn't help to cover the rider at all from and type of mud, water, even tiny puddles. The motor is awesome, it has 450 class horsepower, with more low end. Ground clearance is rediculous, it actually has more than my Rincon does, even with 21" front tires and 22" rears. The handling, took some getting used to. You can't just take it out and ride it like a regular straight axle sport quad, it requires more body english and throttle control to whip it around in the corners, and even then you may have your inside front tire up in the air a little bit. OVer all, its a rush to ride. Get on, don't look back, and just hammer it.
thats the hole reason i want one some day, i love the way they look with that front tire cocked up in the air. is it more stable to slide through the corners once you get used to the IRS? i figured with both rear tires being able to move independently from one another that the bike would take the bumps much better and not want to bite and kick u off as much as a straight axle would?
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