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WTF,, Brats have 12 paddles and they work for me just fine[/b]
I don&#39;t think 6 paddles per tire is what he had in mind...




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that is a lot of paddles, curious to see how it works,
maybe it&#39;s so extreme that it will work better than my combo


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Dont mean to rain on your parade. But your quad is gonna be slow with those 12 paddles. LOL Especially with extremes. Dude you wasted your money. If you wanted killer holeshots, a 8 paddle hauler would have been the most I would have done. Even fully built those tires will be WAY OVERKILL.!!!! Shoulda took peeps advice. That seriously was not a smart move.

Do yourself a favor and call and change your order. I promise you if you want killer short burst runs. 8 paddles at most.

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (SandJunkie @ Sep 29 2008, 11:21 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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I don&#39;t think 6 paddles per tire is what he had in mind... [/b]

Ha somebody got you on a Monday, glad I wasn&#39;t the blunt of everyone&#39;s joke. Fortunately people like this guy and 5tard keep comin back...I&#39;d love to see this thing run great and kill everything but it sounds like that ltr in the sky at this point.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (trippleh @ Sep 30 2008, 06:12 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Ha somebody got you on a Monday, glad I wasn&#39;t the blunt of everyone&#39;s joke. Fortunately people like this guy and 5tard keep comin back...I&#39;d love to see this thing run great and kill everything but it sounds like that ltr in the sky at this point.[/b]

Well we&#39;ll definitely see..... I am going to run my 8 paddles first, and then slap on the big dogs. LOL Proof is in the pudding. I will be sure to report back.

Let me ask you all this..... Most banshee guys are running close to this paddle if not more paddles and taller. I have EXTREME low gearing and as much torque (getting outta the hole power), as a 70-80 horse banshee. If any of you have my same power and torque AND gearing, AND HAVE RAN THIS PADDLE, then I will listen to what you have to say.

You are never going to be the fastest if you just do what the other guys are doing...... Sorry but true.
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What does your LTR weigh <_< compared to the shee you speak of.


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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Shadey @ Sep 30 2008, 11:23 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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What does your LTR weigh <_< compared to the shee you speak of.[/b]

I&#39;ve seen some pretty fat guys on banshee&#39;s that more than make up any weight difference in bikes. lol

Plus, I am only starting with my four-wheeler. The paddles are more of an investment. They give me more room for more mods. I plan on doing a stroker kit, and then a nitrous kit. I won&#39;t have to buy paddles again for a while as long as I take good care of these.
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