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    Not sure you completely understand the power band on modern 2 strokes. I have shot several deer from my bike heading into my hunting possies, so no. When ridden conservatively its not noisy at all. Quieter than a 4 stroke, and more useable grunt when chugging away at low revs.

    But sure, give it a wristfull and they'll hear you coming from 3km away!
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    My ktm 300 was far better for slow tricky stuff than my Yami 450f


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    Mudbug would be an ideal bike for putting around on in the bush.Very reliable and can carry a decent load.And I personally find the wide seat they have pretty comfortable as these things go....

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    giday Mohawk. I had this one made up cheaper than store bought and a lot more stable. A piece of box tube [heavyish] welded on each side of tow bar and the longer bars slide in and and lock in place with a lock pin. The rest is angle iron. I do intend to put braces where marked in white.
    Made up a bracket that bolts on to the wheel carrier and that clamps around frame tube on bike. The bike i have is a ct90 dual range so i can turn the handlebars sideways so can have carrier closer in to vehicle. Also remove plastic from bike to put clamp around. [pic 2]Name:  t045.jpgzzzz.jpg
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Size:  161.0 KB Remove spare wheel and chuck in back of car. Unfortunately haven,t got to use the whole setup yet as mrs and i had not been over in NZ long on last trip when we got a message to tell us the west aus border was about to close so had to depart in a hurry. Hope to be back when the weather starts to warm again and after i,ve had the pox jab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XR500 View Post
    5 to choose from: Sherco, Beta, Gas gas, KTM, Husqvarna...but mine's the Italian princess

    The Japs have long since dropped the ball re building 2 stroke MX or Enduro bikes. Yamaha do still make one, but have really only changed the decals on their bikes for the last 20 years.....
    You forgot TM


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    Mi scusi!

 

 

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