PowerMadd, and the kill switch is a
Pro Armor product.
If you want to throw a leg over a
machine of this caliber, you have to
know what you’re in for. We race-test-ed this machine back when it was
Davi Haagsma’s practice machine.
It’s a rocket, to say the least. In fact,
it’s very hard to hang on to with the
throttle pinned wide open. It’s easy
to see that the H&M team got a ton of
holeshots last year. To be honest, an
average racer would be happier with
a Curtis Sparks cam and exhaust, but
we know if you are trying to win pro
races, you have to throw everything
at it. And when your main competition is running Sparks equipment,
you have to do so as well. In fact, Josh
claims if he was able to race with a
Sparks engine earlier in his career,
his results would have been better.
The Elka shocks, along with the Roll
Design suspension geometry, on any
Honda are amazing. It’s a perfect fit.
We wouldn’t doubt it if Honda hires
The Maxxis RZR tires on this machine
are filled with Tire Balls. They help prevent flats no matter how gnarly the track
Roll to help develop the next-gener-ation TRX450. Hopefully they already
have. And, if it is close to as good as
Josh’s new race machine, it will be a
winner for sure. As for Josh’s results,
in the first two races of the WORCS
season, Row has finished on the podium, with his best finish coming at
round one in Taft, California, where
he led all but the last two laps. ❏
The Maier bodywork fits as well as
stock and has a deeper red color. An
Outerwears cover is used as a pre-filter
for the main foam element.
DWT beadlock wheels are used on all
four corners to hold the nearly bulletproof Maxxis Razr XC tires. Just in case
the tires do suffer a puncture, Tire Balls
are used as a backup.