2004 Trx450r Black & Yellow Dune Monster

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McCrillis

Active Member
Apr 12, 2012
#1
I started this thread over on the org a while back, and decided to bring it over here. I just got the engine back recently and now I can finally say that my dream quad is built. I still have a few more things to do like get new plastics and change the graphics but its mainly finished. So here it is "The Black & Yellow Monster", enjoy......






Mods & Upgrades

Frame:Stock PC Black
A-arms: Houser Slicast LT +2.25
Swing Arm: Herrman +1.25
Axle: +2 PC yellow
Steering Stem: Houser +2
Bars: Pro Taper Hi-rise
Front shocks: Fox Float Evolvs
Rear shock: Stage 3 Elka Dune Podium
Nerfs: Ac Bars custom Black & Yellow Netting
Case saver: ESR
Grips: Spider
Levers: ASV Unbreakable
Shifter & Brake Lever- ESR

Body-

Plastics: Stock/ Race Cut
Graphics: AMR Ed Hardy
Hood: Quadtech
Front Bumper:Blingstar Maltese
Rear Bumper: Blinstar

Engine/Drivetrain-

Cylinder/Head: Ported w/ Ferrea Complete valves and spring kit
Bore: La Sleeve 480
Cam: Stage 3 Hotcam
Piston: CP 13:1 Trick 110 race fuel
Rod/Crank: Hotrods HD +3 Stroker
Exhaust: Classic Dasa Full
Carb: Tokyo Mods 40mm
Air Intake: FCI
Filter: K&N w/ Spectre case breathers
Clutch: Tusk Complete kit w/ Tokyo mods ltr450 springs
Tire: Sand stars
Rims: Itp Beadlocks


For the pics I will do a complete before & after look.









 

McCrillis

Active Member
Apr 12, 2012
#10
Ebay is my good friend lol, you can find just about anything on there. The only shitty part is that now I'm in debt to paypal, and I have a kid on the way. I'm gonna paint the engine, just havent got around to buying the supplies yet.
 

McCrillis

Active Member
Apr 12, 2012
#12
dude this must be the sickest atv i have ever seen.. great job..

Thanks man, thats a huge compliment! The build was fun but a bitch, I kept having problem after problem. The engine bill turned out to be way more than planned, due to the tranny going out.
But its finally complete, and now I can move on to building my girl her bike(my backup).
 

airmobile101

Lifetime Member
Apr 17, 2012
#13
That is one unique quad. Very well done. I wish I could do something like that. But the end result would be me trashing it anyways. But I for sure salute you! Very nice!