Rath’s Pro Peg nerf bar, with the addition of their Monster peg, was one of
the biggest pieces to the added stability.
Your feet rarely lose traction, and you
have a very wide platform for foot placement.
K&N has a reusable and washable air
filter and airbox lid for the TRX400. The
two pieces greatly increase the airflow
to the engine and still keep unwanted
The new LED lights are 2500 lumens
and are very bright. We mounted them
on Trail Tech’s bar-clamp setup to
save room on the Renthal Fat bars. The
clamp and handlebars added height
over the stock setup for a more comfortable riding position. Torc 1 grips and
levers were installed to assist with controlling the quad.
day. They are very bright and a great
addition to use with the stock head-
light. Next, we went hunting for new
rims and tires. DWT had what we
needed for desert and trail riding/
racing. We picked up their XC V1
tires, installing a 21x7-10 set on the
front and size 20x11-9 tires on the rear.
The front tires are mounted on DWT’s
Rok-Out rims that are designed to
keep rocks and debris away from
your brakes. On the rear we mounted
the XC V1’s on its G2 Beadlock rim.
Whether you want to race or just ride
hard, beadlock rims will keep your
tires secured to the rim. If you get a
flat, you can make it slowly back to
camp or the pits.
Protection and safety are important
for every rider. We built the Honda
into a go-fast quad that is ready to
ride hard and even race on a budget.
With that said, nerf bars and pegs
were a must. Rath Racing has an
affordable set of nerfs called the Pro
Peg nerf bar. It comes without heel
guards, so we kept the stock 400X’s
set on with a bit of modification.
Rath’s nerfs are tough and durable,
and the footpegs they have provide
great foot traction. We decided to
spend a bit more to try out the Rath