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VOLUME 31, NUMBER 7, JULY 2011

 
(6/13/2011)

ON THE COVER: Kawasaki’s all-new Brute Force 750 graces this month’s cover for the first time using power steering. FST’s Brute Force has been turned into Mudzilla for our project’s guide. Brad Howe’s shot of a Trinity Suzuki is another project example.

MACHINES

2012 KAWASAKI BRUTE FORCE 750 EPS
Will power steering make it better than the rest?
YAMAHA GYTR YFZ450R
Hopped-up quad right from the factory
2012 ARCTIC CAT SPORT UTV
More info on what’s to come down from the Arctic
CAN-AM DS250
 A CVT-equipped, 2WD fun machine
GRIZZLY 550 OWNERS REPORT
Survey results
PROJECT POLARIS RANGER XP
More useful installs

FEATURES

HOW TO: CHOOSE THE RIGHT HANDLEBARS
 Renthal and Fasst Company show you how
DIRT WHEELS’ FAVORITE PROJECT ATVs
Reviving our favorites for you
HOLLER CRAWLERS ATV CLUB
Stewards of the Wilderness Trail
HOW TO: CHECK VALVE CLEARANCE
Keeping it running in tiptop shape
INTERVIEW: TEAM YAMAHA WEST COAST
Dustin Nelson and Josh Row open up

PRODUCTS
SIMONS EFI THROTTLE BODY
First replacement for OEM EFI units
STI WHEELS
Slick HD wheels and diamond-sharp rubber

EVENTS
CROSS-COUNTRY RACING
Borich dominating once again
GLEN HELEN DIRT FEST
Down-and-dirty action

DEPARTMENTS
OVER THE BARS
WIDE OPEN
LETTERS
DW SUBSCRIPTION
DIALED IN
HOT STUFF
PARTING SHOT

Topic: Back Issues

News:
  • VOLUME 34, NUMBER 6 JUNE 2014
  • VOLUME 34, NUMBER 5 MAY 2014
  • VOLUME 34, NUMBER 4, APRIL 2014
  • VOLUME 33, NUMBER 7 JULY 2013
  • VOLUME 31, NUMBER 8, AUGUST 2012







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WARNING: Much of the action de­pict­­ed in this magazine is potentially dan­gerous. Virtually all of the riders seen in our photos are experienced ex­­perts or professionals. Do not at­tempt to duplicate any stunts that are be­­yond your own capabilities. Always wear the appropriate safety gear.
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