Okay, so power wise it is what it is and that's it basically? How about a Gear reduction, is that possible for the 500's?Wow, quite a mixed response..
The only reason I'm looking at hondas is the parts availability in the UK, there are Yamaha and can-am dealers but second hand parts are few and far between.
I'd love a can-am similar to yours though Mac I must admit!
Am I right in saying can-ams can be troublesome?
Also, what mods are easily achievable with a trx500? I'd want bigger tyres for a start, probably 27's, would a stock 500 spin that size tyre?
There's a lot to take into consideration before dedicating to a purchase as ATV's here aren't cheap when buying new or nearly new.
They can be, depends on how they are used.
500 Foreman/Rubicon will fit and spin 27's no problem, even a lighter 28 should be OK. Lots of mods for the 500's out there. As long as you don't intend on going into the motor.
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I am surprised actually.. When there parked next to each other it's noticeable Isn't it, I'd only looked at them on online adverts etc.I thought the little dry box on the back was to carry polish and dusters !! :biggrin:....to me taking a atv out and not getting it dirty is like taking out your boat and not getting it wet ....
Haha, yeah she's quite well modded now.. 54% GR is what I'm going for, I've got some 28's for it that we're free so that's a start, I may jump up to 30's during this winter though. 420's are quite popular here too, even my boss has one lol.Hehe i see what you mean about the 300 allright.... :grin what kinda gear reduction are you going for? haha its funny that its the complete opposite up here! never really see many 400s about, but 450s on the other hand... 420s aswell seem to be getting reaally popular up here, but the 450s are a farmers/crofters favourite up here