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I was bidding on a blue Polaris outlaw 110 last week on copart. It was a 2019, I think. It had a slightly bent bumper and busted plastic on the front. It went for $1050, I stopped bidding at $900.Looking for 70-90cc quad. In atlanta will travel for right ride.
I agree that our Polaris 50 has basically zero suspension travel. That being said, 2 of our kids have loved it and the last one is anxious to give it a go. We’re making her wait till next season though. Just needs a little more maturing for mom to feel confident that she won’t get sidetracked and run into stuff.for 70 to 90 cc get Yamaha or Honda, the Polaris has awful suspension your kid depending on weight will bounce around, if you want a race quad or racing is something you think about...get a DRR, I race Harescramblers and also been making Dirt Bike graphics for 14 years
Thanks, I will take note of the spacers. We have 2 acres and purchasing another 1.5 next to us so will have that and then trails in the mountains as they get older and its not boating season.On small atv's consider installing rear wheel spacers. I installed 1.5" spacers rear spacers. Made the atv"s very stable and almost untippable for the kids and adults. Just trying to keep people safe.
I always liked the mid 90's polaris 2 stroke atv's.
We currently have two 1995 50cc atv (very little suspension.) Kids and adults use them at my parents house, they have 2 acre yard to ride on.
We use to have a 1996 90cc atv, been sold.
The 90 had reverse and OK suspension.
We have had a ton of fun on both sizes.
Funny bit of troubleshooting information, one of the 50cc would not run, made me crazy went way to deep trying to fix it. Ended up being.. It was a clogged exhaust from bugs. Something to watch for on small ATV when troubleshooting them.
Also something easy to check if buying one that does not run.
Amazing if that bike sells for that much at 16 yrs old. It’s less than 3000 brand new isn’t it? But, at the same time, I wouldn’t be too surprised.2004 Yamaha raptor 80 - $2,000 (West Lake worth .)
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make / manufacturer: Yamaha
model name / number: Raptor 80 cc.
2004 Yamaha raptor 80 CC.
Very good condition.
3 speed semi.
( automatic no clutch).