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2019 SUZUKI KINGQUAD 500 & 750AXi RIDE REVIEW!

Suzuki just released their 2019 KingQuad 500AXi and 750AXi. We got to test the new 4x4 ATV model in the woods of North Carolina. The quad handles great and looks just as good as it rides!

2019 Suzuki King Quads: 500 & 750!

The All-New Suzuki KingQuad ATV is Here! Known for ATV leadership, Suzuki has taken its renowned KingQuad 750 and KingQuad 500 and engineered them to do even more!

CYLINDER KITS FOR YOUR OLDER QUAD

-- SUMMIT OFFROAD is a good place to check out when refurbishing your older quad on a budget. They have a wide variety of used ATV parts as well as new. They also provide good deals on engine rebuild kits that include cylinders matched to new pistons. The Dirt Wheels crew was checking out their list and here are a few items you might be interested in, if you have a Banshee, Suzuki LT80, Honda TRX300, Raptor or Grizzly 660. Yamaha Banshee YFZ350 cylinders with Wiseco piston kits Includes everything shown in photo…

CUSTOM SUZUKI LTR535

-- MODIFIED 2006 SUZUKI LTR450 -- Keenan Damery didn't want his Suzuki 450 to look like all the others, so he set out to change it up with a unique visual idea in mind. Along with the special forces military theme he also made sure his Zook had the performance hardware to match the serious appearance. The stock 450 motor was punched out to 535cc, the head was ported and got hotter cams and valves. It has Dasa intake and exhaust with a PC3 programmer. The transmission gears have been back cut for positive lock.…

CVT BELT BUYER’S GUIDE

-- For a wide number of the most popular and best-selling ATVs and UTVs, the heart of the power delivery system is the CVT belt. There are a few extreme ATV riders who are hard on the CVT belts, but time and mileage are the most common reasons to change an ATV’s CVT belt. UTVs are heavier, so they are harder on CVT belts, whether they are high-horsepower sport models or not. No matter what your CVT-motivated machine is, it will need a new belt sooner or later. We based our belt guide on the Polaris RZR XP 1000 model. It is a…

MINI-ME ATVs

-- Honey, I shrunk the quads! Remember that movie? Yeah, it was awhile back, and maybe it was shrunken kids instead of quads. Anyway, having a miniature version of your ATV is not a bad idea. It's nice to have a visual reminder of what you'd rather be doing, and you can't really have your actual quad sitting on your desk at work. Well, if you'd like to have a 1:12 scale replica of your YFZ, TRX, KFX or LTR, New Ray Toys has you covered. They also have some mini 4x4 quads as well as a few UTVs. You may…

SUZUKI RETURNS TO THE SPORT QUAD WORLD!

-- There it was on the front cover of our July 2002 issue. 10 years after the last Quadracer, Suzuki comes back with a 4-stroke version of those famous machines. You can say Honda encouraged this with the introduction of their 400EX a couple of years earlier. It gave the other manufacturers the go ahead to return to the performance quad market they mostly abandoned a decade before. Instead of an air-cooled, rocker-arm motor like the 400EX, Suzuki went with the latest high-tech design, featuring liquid-cooling and…

TOP PROJECT ATVs

The Dirt Wheels crew will ride a box-stock quad for awhile, but then we start thinking about ways to improve its performance. Building project quads is a way of life for us. Here is a list of some that made it into the Dirt Wheels Project Quad Hall of Fame. Click on the links above each picture to go straight to the articles. PROJECT HONDA TRX400EX BUDGET BUILD PROJECT HONDA ATC 250R REBUILD PROJECT RAT ROD QUAD PROJECT RACE WALSHZILLA VS. CRF450R PROJECT HONDA TRX450R SAND SLINGER PROJECT DUNCAN SUZUKI…

THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME!

-- Who should get that title? Which rider carries the passion for ATVs that we all have, but takes it to higher level when it comes to riding them? The one who is in his comfort zone when operating a quad at the kind of speeds that scare ordinary riders. When going back through the history of this great sport, is there a rider who stands out as the greatest of all time? Dating back to the first Suzuki Quadracer in 1985, there have been several riders who have won multiple championships on the National ATV racing circuit.…

How to install a new seat cover

Subscribe Here AND WHERE TO GET NEW SEAT COVERS -- ATV seats come in all shapes and sizes, but they all have one thing in common—they are always used every time you ride your machine. While some riders don’t spend much time thinking about how important a seat is, others know when they should consider upgrading their seat cover to one that is more durable and even grips better. Replacing a seat cover may be tricky, but it’s not as difficult as many believe it to be. We are here to walk you through the steps of changing…

IT’S A WILD QUADRACER WORLD!

SPECIAL READER REPORT: Hey Dirt Wheels! Lifelong reader here and just wanted to share some pictures from our recent group trip to the Silver Lake Sand Dunes in Mears, Michigan. We got as many riders as we could from our Facebook group "Quadzilla LT500r and Quadracer LT250r" and met up for an awesome time in the sand! It was my first time to Silver Lake and I can't wait to go back! Had an awesome time meeting all these fellow Quadracer diehards and I hope next year is even bigger! I had my white…

NEW PREDATOR 750?

No, this is a special project quad build by a Dirt Wheels reader. We thought it was worth taking a close look at his machine and letting him tell us about it.  Hi guys, my name is Eric Seyler and I'm from Boyertown, PA. Here are a few  pictures of my 2004 Polaris Predator with a 2007 Suzuki GSX-R 750 engine swap. I race it at a few local motorcycle drag racing tracks and its a blast to ride. Most of the quad is fairly stock. Some of the modifications were the top and bottom main frame rails had to be cut out and…