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two-stroke

ATV PROJECT: TRANGHESE DESIGNS KAWASAKI KFX450R

Unlike some other brands, the KFX450R was narrow for trails, and it was the only Japanese 450 sport quad with reverse. It was designed to be agile in the woods, and that suited Tranghese’s riding style. He found the KFX was nimble and felt…
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THE LAST YAMAHA BANSHEE STAYS CRATED

We stumbled on this rare 2012 Yamaha Banshee on social media @wheeliadores_pr. It turns out a pair of them have been purchased by a collector in the Eastern U.S.(not Binky)  and are being shipped from Australia as we speak. It’s…
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PROJECT 500CC TWO-STROKE SNEAK PEEK

Eight years ago, we traveled the Daytona ATV Supercross with Kory Ellis to test a Walsh Racecraft, Suzuki, Hybrid powered by a 500cc, Quadzilla two-stroke engine.  Ever since that day. Kory has been sourcing parts to build his own.…
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ATV PROJECT: DUNCAN RACING ELIMINATOR BANSHEE

Darryl Smith has always been a motorcycle guy, but the rest of his family were Banshee folks. It was only natural that he pick up a 2006 Banshee to join in. Miles and hours of dune fun slinging sand with a twin-cylinder, two-stroke sport…
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PROJECT ATV: Honda/CT Racing 350R

It’s been well over three decades since the last Honda 250R two-stroke rolled off the assembly line in Japan. It has been over 20 years since the 250R saw a major racing win in the U.S. However, the used ATV market is full of fairly clean…
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ATV BUILD: DUNCAN RACING TRX 250R NATIONAL BUILD

Dennis DeMink is the proud owner of this TRX 250R build, as he should be. He’s owned it for the last 16 years and completed much of the restoration himself, leaving nothing untouched. “We’ve had this quad for a long time. We…
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ATV PROJECT: DANNY FRANCO’S QUADZILLA

Duncan Racing helps a man dream By the staff of Dirt Wheels, Photos by Pat Carrigan Danny Franco was happy to explain why he contracted Duncan Racing International to get his 1987 Suzuki LT500R “Quadzilla” Quadracer underway: “I’m a…
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