A custom intake system that comes with English Racing’s $4,500 turbo system helps allow the Raptor to breathe properly to
produce a lot more power. In addition to the turbo, there are $2000 in internal mods.
Whenever you install performance
parts to increase your machine’s
speed and acceleration, it is very
important to make sure you install
parts that help it handle better and
stop quicker. In the braking depart-
ment, Humboldt installed EBC
R-series brake pads with EBC Wave
To help put the power to the ground,
Roger and his team went with JT
front and rear sprockets, and an EK
SRX chain was also installed on the
machine. CST Pulse tires mounted on
Hiper beadlocks in the rear transfer
all of the added horsepower from the
Raptor’s new engine modifications
directly to the ground.
brake rotors and steel-braided lines.
Better pads and rotors give your
quad more stopping power, while
steel-braided brake lines give your
system a better feel and stronger
In the handling department, one
of the most important parts installed
was a Lonestar Racing +4-inch-lon-
Yamaha’s Raptor 700 is best suited for the sand dunes and
the desert. It’s the most powerful, solid rear-axle sport quad
on the market.
A $500 liquid-filled gauge was installed on the Humboldt
Raptor to keep track of how the turbo system’s boost is
climbing when you hit the throttle.