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I thought I would put a list of quad weights together, in case anyone is interested. Dry weight is the weight of the quad without any fuel, oil, or other fluids. Curb weight is the weight of the quad including all the fluids. The utility quads are listed first and the sport quads are listed at the bottom.


 

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thats interesting info. i didnt know the ranchers could get over 600 lbs
 

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And people wonder why others get hurt when one rolls over on them. \
 

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Great list but I thought my 300 weighed more put thats good to know. I would like to get the same list with horsepower though. Anybody know where I could find that?
 

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Also what is the difference in recon tm and te?
 

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Also what is the difference in recon tm and te?
"TM" stands for two wheel drive, manual shift and "TE" stands for two wheel drive, electric shift.
 

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Great list but I thought my 300 weighed more put thats good to know. I would like to get the same list with horsepower though. Anybody know where I could find that?
Polaris 850______69.06 hp
Can Am 800 R____67.05 hp (updated 2/13 to 70.5 hp)
AC 1000_________65.84 hp
Can Am 800______61.7 hp
Can Am 650______55.4 hp
Brute 750 Carb____50.1 hp
Brute 750 EFI_____49.8 hp
King Quad 750____49.6 hp
AC Mud Pro_______49.06 hp
King 700_________48.5 hp
Polaris 800_______48.3 hp
Banshee 350______47 hp
Raptor 700_______46.9 hp
Brute 650 I________46.3 hp
Grizzly 700________45.6 hp
Polaris 700_______44.3 hp
Raptor 660_______43.8 hp
Honda 450R______42.6 hp
AC 700 H1_______41.4 hp
AC 700__________41.4 hp
Brute 650 ________41.4 hp (solid axle)
Grizzly 660_______40.9 hp
Can Am 500______40.4 hp
YFZ450R_________39.4
AC 650 H1_______39.3 hp
Rincon 680_______38.5 hp
Grizzly 550________36.9 hp
King 450_________36.7 hp
Rincon 650_______35.5 hp
Honda 400EX_____34.2 hp
Rubicon 500______33.3 hp
Grizzly 600_______32 hp
Wolverine 350_____25 hp
Warrior 350_______24 hp
Rancher 400______23.9 hp
Foreman 450______23.9 hp
Honda 300EX______22.1 hp
Foreman 400______21 hp
Rancher 350_______21 hp
Fourtrax 300______18 hp
Honda 250EX______16.8 hp
Recon 250________15.5 hp

All years 500 Foreman (2005-2011) - 26.7hp
All years 420AT (2009-2011) - 27hp
All years 420 S/ES (2007-2010) - 26.6hp
 

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Alright cool. Great job helmut. So now I know that I have 2 of the 3 weakest bikes when it comes to performance
 

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You're welcome. Those horsepower certification ratings came from the California Air Resources Board, in case anyone is wondering where I came up with the numbers.
 

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Thanks for being the one to gather info for the rest of us, but I was disappointed to not see the 700xx on either list.
 

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sorry to invade but i am a new member and was wondering how to ask a question or post a question, any help would be great. thanks -johnny
 

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sorry to invade but i am a new member and was wondering how to ask a question or post a question, any help would be great. thanks -johnny
Welcome to da forums...:icon_ devil:Ya just did,and go to the top black band across top of page,click on atv forum,scroll down until you find the subject best related to whatever it is you wish to post about,then go in there n search around,or click new thread at the top left,and post a new thread..
 
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