2004 Trx450r Black & Yellow Dune Monster

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Active Member
Apr 12, 2012
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


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


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.



Active Member
Apr 12, 2012
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.


Active Member
Apr 12, 2012
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).


Lifetime Member
Apr 17, 2012
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!