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Well, this is the first 505SX that i saw in black and it's sick looking!
The guy is from The Netherlands



















 

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i would like to get some of those orange bolts everywhere. do you know who makes them?
 

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Thats the same pipe you have just the KTM version right? That thing is simply SICK!!!!
 

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BTW where is this at?
 

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Yes those orange bolts are awesome with the black plastics.
I found these pics in another forum. This is the site from the dealer where this quad was tricked:
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Totally germany... I cant read that site, plus they are some brautworst eating machines ;)
 

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Yum! I bet with a little u4.2 those would be scrum-didily-umpscous!
 

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loved how he cut his rear fenders, they look pretty badass

i like the all black but a good graphics kit would really look sweet on that thing
 

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Really Nice Quadevill ...

A question, could you give me the part number for the guide chain protection ?

Thanks ...

And take fun with your very nice machine :D :D :D :D
 

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Really Nice Quadevill ...

A question, could you give me the part number for the guide chain protection ?

Thanks ...

And take fun with your very nice machine :D :D :D :D
I really wish it was mine but it isn't :(
Here you have the reference for the Billet Case Guard Kit SX ATV: 83532075044
 

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Quadevill sorry for the mistake.
I have read this post with my Iphone ... and I was more focused on pix than on message
 

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i would like to get some of those orange bolts everywhere. do you know who makes them?
although they look trick they are junk, stay away from them. they are anodized 6000 series aluminum and i dont trust them as far as i can shoot them with a damn sling shot!!!

they are very soft and have tendency to stretch when hot on top of the fact that they are easy as shit to round off. they may work fine on plastics, etc.; but that guy is a fool to use them on the motor... I have personally tried aluminum nuts & bolts and would not recommend them to my worst enemy.
 

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although the look trick they are junk, stay away from them. they are anodized 6000 series aluminum and i dont trust them as far as i can shoot them with a damn sling shot!!!

they are soft and have tendency to stretch when hot on top of the fact that they are easy as shit to round off. they may work fine on plastics, etc.; but that guy is a fool who has them on the motor... I have personally tried aluminum nuts & bolts and would not recommend them to my worst enemy.
Ya The are pretty much an all show and no go thing ;) What if Jake you pulled out yours and got the heads Pc'ed or anodized? I know it might be a lot of work but hey, what isnt! lol
 

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Ya The are pretty much an all show and no go thing ;) What if Jake you pulled out yours and got the heads Pc'ed or anodized? I know it might be a lot of work but hey, what isnt! lol

what bronson said is true. and if i pc'd them the wreches would not fit. and anodized is too much, and the bolts are rough textured not smooth.
 
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