it is chrome, neon or carbon fiber, the
accents you add to your quad is what
makes it stand out. On this machine,
Dale went with the clean carbon fiber
A company called FourWerx (
501-9696 and www.fwcarbon.com)
supplied the tank cover, radiator
shrouds, front hood, rear master-
cylinder cover and the custom graph-
ics kit. The handful of components
really helped the orange Full Bore
bodywork stand out, as did the
matching Quad Tech seat cover. A
Moose Racing billet throttle housing
was used, and ASV clutch and front-
brake levers were also mounted to
those Flexx handlebars.
The uniqueness of this two-stroke
came out even more the moment we
reached for the kickstarter. Kickstart
quads are not even made anymore.
This one fired up easily. The 225
The clean, chrome-plated Gibson no-link swingarm worked wonders through the
big sand whoops and over little chops. The micro muffler was a product of Eddie
Sanders Racing. The stock toolbox? Well, that’s a conversation piece.
Mark Baldwin built the new PEP shocks
Dale installed on the chromed Gibson
A-arms. This front end was one of the
top race setups for years, and it still
works great today.