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Does anyone know if the new jug will fit on the 420 yet?






Not yet, the 2020 Foremanís have not even been officially released yet as far as I know. So no parts available to even try it.





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My 420 isn't even close to needing a top end yet but to add about 98 cc's to it for a top end swap.........I may think about this one. I know everyone that there would only be about 4 to 5 horsepower increase but the torque increase would be impressive.


5hp isnít a bad increase on a machine that only has about 25hp to start with though, 20% power increase is pretty significant.


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Not yet, the 2020 Foremanís have not even been officially released yet as far as I know. So no parts available to even try it.





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My 420 isn't even close to needing a top end yet but to add about 98 cc's to it for a top end swap.........I may think about this one. I know everyone that there would only be about 4 to 5 horsepower increase but the torque increase would be impressive.


5hp isnít a bad increase on a machine that only has about 25hp to start with though, 20% power increase is pretty significant.


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sure be going in the right direction anyhow if nothing else!! HAHA!
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Itíd probably make 40hp if they didnít care about commiefornaís air regulations. Legal in 49 states isnít so bad, just flip through a summit racing catalog lol


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Itíd probably make 40hp if they didnít care about commiefornaís air regulations. Legal in 49 states isnít so bad, just flip through a summit racing catalog lol


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I assume that everybody else is meeting the California emissions standards just fine. They need to go back to a OHC engine and get away from these newer pushrod engines and 4 valves per cylinder would be even better. Look at the old TRX350, they made 24hp from 350cc, the same as the 433cc 450 Foremanís made with their 2 valve push rod engines....
Can-an has a 450 single cylinder, I assume itís 4 valve Iím not 100% sure and I donít know the exact displacement but I do know it has around 38hp. Why canít Honda build something like that?


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. . . I wouldn't mind if it said 40hp . . .
I'm really excited to see if there are any other updates, like plastics or suspension, etc.
A solid rear axle with two widely spaced adjustable rear shocks . . . .
Two taillights . . . .
For those of us that like a utilitarian quad . . . .
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