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Here is Lincoln Brien’s 2011 Banshee. What? How can that be
when 2006 was the last year Banshees were sold new? Well,
Lincoln lives in Australia where they remained available longer. He has his Banshee outfitted with aftermarket A-arms,
shocks, pipes, nerfs and more.
Noah Everett, also known as TrailBlogger, spends his weekends riding the rugged trails of Northern California. He has
several quads in his stable, but this 1998 Banshee is his
favorite. It has many mods to make it more fun in the dirt as
well as the sand.
Anthony Basile bought this 1993 Banshee for $700 four years
ago. The quad arrived as a basket case and was an ongoing
project, but he’s excited with how his hard work turned out. It
has been a great, fun machine for the South Carolina trails.
Trenton Crandall’s 2006 Special Edition Banshee sits proudly at Michigan’s Silver Lake Sand Dunes. It has ported and
polished cylinders, milled heads, Toomey T6 pipes, V-Force
reeds, lightened flywheel, advanced timing and over 30
Joshua Tonne is stationed in Germany now where quads can
be made street-legal. So, he bought this 2000 Banshee and
had a local dealer install their blinkers, brake lights, mirrors,
battery, wiring and projector lights. To help it run in the fast
lane on the Autobahn he installed Toomey pipes, carbs, Stage
3 ported and polished cylinders, clutch kit, V-Force reeds,
and much more.
Chris Ney modified the frame and swingarm on his Banshee
to run sand drags in Michigan. The 397cc, 4-mil engine has
drag porting and runs on alcohol with 39mm Keihin carbs and
2-5 override transmission. His best 300-foot time has been 4.1