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Old 07-11-2003, 08:53 PM   #1
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Default Lakota vs. 300ex, 250ex, mojave

Hey, this is another question for all you lakota riders. How does our machine stand up against the competition on a mx track? The number of us is so slim, that I don't know where we stand. People have even asked me stuff like "why is your mojave blue?", or "what the heck is that" I want an honest no BS answer too. Don't embelish. I know your proud of your quads and like to impress, heck i do too. We are the few, the proud, the lakota riders. People look at me/my quad wherever i ride like its a new prototype or somthing. anyways, ive raced a stock blaster and warrior and beat them both, but the riders weren't that good. but my biggie is the 300 ex. thats what im aimin for. let me know if im gonna get waxed or not, and by which quads.
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Old 07-11-2003, 11:09 PM   #2
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I have only raced mine in the woods . I was able to maintain a pace with 300s 400s and stick with them . I was not able to pass them unless they screwed up . This was in really rough wooded trails with lots of hills and rocks . I am wanting to do a MX course . Now you have to remember that our Lakotas are heavy compared to the others and the stock shocks suck , there either to stiff so you can absorb jumps or to get it to handle good they are to soft . i plan on upgrading my shocks in the future . Would like extended A arms + 2s and a two to three inch extended swingarm but they cost lots of Dollars . A freind of mine won a Mo. Harescramble a few years ago on a mildly modified Lakota . I see another Kid on one locally running right with the 300s and 400s on Motocross but he is really talented and is running aftermarket shocks . Speed dont matter none if it dont handle and land right . Dont know if this helps any for you . I have ran mine in drags at the Rodeo course against a 300 EX and a Mojave with a pipe and filter kit and we ran down around a barrel and back it was so close of a tie it was scary and he weighed 150 verses my 225 .
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