Here is Ronald Fetty and his 2001 Banshee running 5 seconds flat on the 1/8-mile sand drags at Dunefest in Oregon.
His screaming machine has a 4-mil, 421cc Cheetah Cub
engine pulling 100 horsepower at the rear wheels. The 6-inch
extended swingarm and +1-inch A-arms help keep it pointed
Corey McBroom has his 2004 Banshee set up as an all-around fun machine for the trails of Oklahoma. It has
DynoPort pipes, 35mm carbs, Noss Cool Heads, Full Flight
A-arms, 6-inch swingarm and more.
Jonathan Ouellet says there’s nothing like riding a twin-cylinder, two-stroke screamer around the hills of Quebec, Canada.
He gave his 2002 Banshee a custom graphics look.
There are many hard-core quad riders living in Alberta,
Canada, and Tyler Benn is one of them. He happens to be a
two-stroke fanatic and keeps his 1999 Banshee running and
looking like new. Like many of us he’d love to be able to buy
a new one.
Chris Flippo began riding as a kid, and back in those days
both he and his dad rode two-strokes. So, it’s only natural
that Chris would still have a Banshee today, which he regularly rides in the Fresno, California, area.
Ryan Hale’s 2001 Banshee has FMF pipes, Pro Design Cool
Heads with 22cc domes and intake, Keihin 34 mm PJ carbs,
Namura pistons and Hot Rods crank. His screaming two-stroke twin is regularly seen roosting around the hills of
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