Design 2-plus-inch steering stem
equipped with Fasst Co. Flexx handlebars on top.
Stock Honda hubs were used on all
four corners, while Galfer steel-
braided lines helped keep a solid feel
on the brakes in the front and back
ends. That back end did have a
Lonestar (LSR) 2-plus-inch axle
installed, along with an LSR anti-fade
nut and parking brake block-off plate.
Further out on the four corners of
this machine, OMF beadlock wheels
were bolted up with paddle tires
installed. Up front, 20x10-10 ITP Sand
Stars were used and 22x11-8 Sand
Tire Unlimited V-shaped paddles
It’s a given that any quad built for
the dunes has a lot of extras. Whether
Back when two-strokes were popular, we would see trick handmade exhaust systems, like this one formed by Kenny Roberts.
Another 250R expert engine builder, Rob Selvy, did the port work on the 363cc cylinder.