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    Nice man! Looks better than new.
    Gsr46-shiny parts n stuff
    Gsr60-in progress, with shiny parts n stuff
    Gsr40-you seeing a pattern


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    Thanks. I would agree, everything is perfect on it. I've never seen another gloss black trq either.
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    Seeing this makes me want too build one of these myself! Super job!

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    slick ride man, don't get a head kit though to much plating issues with these engines. PORT IT!

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    subscribed.

    recently met this member, (great guy!)

    heard about this project, just now seeing it!

    this build is screaming for a black ada mount!
    ...and there may be a Flowsystem 460 headkit soon...
    hold out!

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    Thank you for the kind words Brent. I agree, this build is in dire need of a ADA mount. Now I'm just waiting for them to give me one :-) The stock one does not have much appeal.

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    TRQ's are so badass. I've always wanted one. One of these days there will be a deal to be had....

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    I decide to start the quad for the first time tonight. Even putting around partial throttle the pipe kicks on fast and breaks the tires loose. I am unsure if knobbies are the way to go. They are most certainly not going to last long. With the lock axle turning is made quite difficult and will only compound to the wear. Reminds of me of they days when we welded 240sx difs to rid of the posi traction. On a positive note my weekly $2 ebay china buy showed up, grenade valve caps.
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    I run the Kenda 304's on my GTR, on and off road. The on road feel is much better with them VS the Badlands and they do great off road and wear better.

    Side note: quit buying that cheap China BS, that's the problem!!!!

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    Holy Smokes, this thing came out amazing. Great Job!!!!!
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    Damn Texan

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    Took it down to the park today with the hounds. Have a few more additions I'd like to get done including a tow-Ped mount.

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    I love this build - I could really see a black ada billet mount fitting on this nicely. In any regard, this is

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    The TRQ was missing the element of an HD U-Bolt.
    With my welding jig complete I can now be assured that the mount will fit absolutely perfect with zero warping.







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    Quote Originally Posted by UpsetChemist View Post


    Took it down to the park today with the hounds. Have a few more additions I'd like to get done including a tow-Ped mount.
    #necessary
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