with a Campbell Racing Fabrication
poly-frame skid plate, along with
their poly-sprocket guard and a Hess
Motorsports rear rotor guard. We then
employed Spider Graphix to create a
set of eye-catching graphics to match
the frame color.
We did have some used parts that
we had laying around from over the
years, including some used Maier
front and rear plastics, an OEM fuel
tank, a Rad Manufacturing locking
axle nut and a set of Lonestar billet
rear-wheel hubs. All of these used
parts saved a lot of money in the long
run and work just as well as new.
Visually, this quad looks amazing
and nothing like it did when we start-
ITP provided the wheels and tires for
this build. We went with the Quadcross
XC tires, rolled-lip polished front wheels
and polished beadlock rear wheels.
The FMF 4.1 full exhaust system really
opened up the power and sound for this
TRX. Not only does it sound and perform well, the anodizing and carbon tip
give it an awesome look.
The stock suspension on the TRX worked well. We were able to hit bigger jumps,
which the big-bore power on tap and the Flexx handlebar would soak up harder
The Tusk nerf bars gave us sure footing. Primary Drive’s sprocket and chain kit
provide quality at a budget price. Moose Racing’s poly case saver keeps the cases
safe, while TM Designworks’ Slide-N-Guide kit gave us every chain roller.