At first glance, you might think that this Yamaha Raptor was built for TT races or maybe even for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Race. Although it appears to be a low rider, this fantastic quad has hydraulic adjustment of the ride height at the rear of the quad. And to top it off, it`s legal on the road! For better corners, Jeremy installed A-wishbones and wider rear axles. Of course, he also drove with wider wheels and road tires. Tires are not very good for sand, but they adhere well for busy dirt roads. Jeremy Othelet is a Dirt Wheels reader who lives in Margut, France. In his country, mountain bikes can be made allowed to ride with the appropriate equipment. As you can see here, Jeremy has turn signals, mirrors and a license plate on his quad. The Yamaha Raptor legal for the street. What size rims and tires .
I`d like to put that on my Raptor. His Yamaha Raptor 700 is a good quad to legalize the road because it has enough power to go at speeds above 70 miles per hour. To improve performance, Jeremy added a powerful exhaust and intake system, fuel control and a warmer camshaft. GET YOUR $25 GIFT CARD HERE> hi-torque.com/product/dirt-wheels-holiday/ 2022 Honda Talon upgrades improve driving experience Want to see your quad bike here and in the print magazine? If so, email us photos and information at [email protected].