Brandon Ebel has his 1994 Banshee set up for riding sand in
the Boulder, Colorado, area. He says there’s not an original
part on it. The cylinders have been ported, and he runs CPI
pipes, along with Elka Stage 4 shocks, front and rear.
Nate Bauer rides his 1999 Banshee in the Michigan area.
It has Flotek ported cylinders, 20cc Noss Machine heads,
Toomey pipes and Boyesen reeds.
Eric Reno’s 1993 Banshee is not afraid of the mud at
Michigan’s Bundy Hill riding park. It has FMF pipes, Matoon
Machine adjustable timing plate set at + 4, .030-inch over-bore
pistons, and a Hot Rod stock stroke crank trued and welded.
Spencer Savage enjoys riding his Banshee at Utah’s Little
Sahara Sand Dunes. It started off as a 1992 model, but he
says he built it up with parts from many different years.
Kolbe Robinson’s Banshee has been highly modified for sand
and dirt drag racing in the Pennsylvania area. Along with
many other go-fast parts, it runs a 4-mill crank. From a standing start it has covered 300 feet in 4.1 seconds.
There are more and more quads showing up at the asphalt
drag strips these days, and this is what Joshua Maze runs
in Alabama. He spent a year building up his Banshee with a
stock stroke and drag porting.
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