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Old 05-10-2017, 01:08 PM
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If I wasn't riding Yamaha, I'd definitely be riding Suzuki.[ThumbsUp]
Yeah its a good quad its got a great motor and handles awesome.....but the suspension isn't even close to the yamaha
Compared to my Yamaha... It's debatable... LOL
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Old 05-31-2017, 08:07 PM
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I have an 08 LTR and have rode quite a few YFZ's and TRX's and none have handled or felt as good as my LTR in stock form, maybe if the others have full aftermarket suspensions but stock to stock none have compared IMO....
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I have an 08 LTR and have rode quite a few YFZ's and TRX's and none have handled or felt as good as my LTR in stock form, maybe if the others have full aftermarket suspensions but stock to stock none have compared IMO....


Ltr corners better than anything I've road , and has a strong engine, but in the rough the Yfz is at a whole different level, when your wide open in fourth and come up on a section of waist deep whoops, the Yfz stays straight and soaks them, your just used to how your machine feels, I own both and there's no comparison

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The YFZR with aftermarket suspension and a caster bracket becomes a whole new animal.

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I have an 08 LTR and have rode quite a few YFZ's and TRX's and none have handled or felt as good as my LTR in stock form, maybe if the others have full aftermarket suspensions but stock to stock none have compared IMO....
Just to clarify I was talking about the YFZR not the first gen. YFZ

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Old 06-01-2017, 11:06 AM
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Just to clarify I was talking about the YFZR not the first gen. YFZ
lmao no worries, I would really hope the newer YFZR's would be better then technology that's over 10 years old now :-) My LTR does tend to buck and kick out on hard and deep whoops, stabilizer helped it a bit but can't ask much of the stock suspension still.
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lmao no worries, I would really hope the newer YFZR's would be better then technology that's over 10 years old now :-) My LTR does tend to buck and kick out on hard and deep whoops, stabilizer helped it a bit but can't ask much of the stock suspension still.
ive only road one carb model YFZ, it had a full PEP after market set up with arms, I know it wasn't dialed in for myself, but me and the owner liked my stock R suspension better
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