First real ride on my ATC395X

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  1. Aug 9, 2014 #1

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    That trike really rips. What other mods do you have? Is that a stroker?
     
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    Chassis | Suspension | Controls

    Frame: Stock with TPC TRIKES gusset kit, installed by me
    A Arms: N/A
    Swingarm: Stock with zerk
    Steering Stem: Modified 350X with 3rd gen 250R triples
    Stabilizer: my arms
    Axle: Stock
    Carrier: Stock
    Locknut: Stock
    Hubs F|R: Stock with zerk/stock with +1.5" spacers
    Bars: PRO TAPER ATV HIGH BEND
    Throttle/Clutch Lever: 400EX/ASV
    Grips: PRO TAPER ROCK STAR
    Nerfs: PRM with built in pegs and heal guards
    Pegs: See above
    Bumper: N/A
    Grab Bar: PRM BAJA
    Front Shocks: 3rd gen 250R forks with Progressive springs, filled with ATF
    Rear Shock: Rebuilt stocker
    Brake Pads: EBC severe duty
    Brake Lines: Streamlinz steel braided
    Rotors F|R: Stock/stock
    Rims F|R: Stock cast center '86
    Tires F|R: Kenda Front Max/ARTRAX MX 4 ply

    Body

    Plastic: stock 85 250R front/MAIER rear/MAIER black super scoops
    Graphics|Seat Cover: none/gripper for now, desert seat to come
    Number Backgrounds: none
    Handguards: none
    Bar Pad: PRO TAPER
    Fuel Tank: CLARKE plastic
    Skids plates: PRM engine skid/custom swinger skid
    Lighting: Stock

    Engine|Drive System

    Cylinder Head: P&P and performance valve job from CWR, all new valve + hardware
    Gaskets: Vesrah & Cometic
    Piston: Custom JE 86mm big bore 11:1 from Powroll
    Cam|Valves Springs: CWR custom ground/RD valve springs
    Bore & Stroke: 86x68
    Displacement: 395cc
    Carburetor: 400EX
    Spark plug: NGK
    Stator: Stock '86
    Shifter: stock
    Air Filter|Box: K&N with outerwears/stock
    Header|Silencer: SUPERTRAPP
    Clutch|Plates|Springs: EBC DRC kit
    Gearing F|R: 14/40
    Chain: EK 520 o-ring
    CDI|Killswitch: Dynatek 400ex/stock
    Cooling: stock oil cooler
    Other: All new bearings and seals, zerked the steering stem tube, rebuilt crank with Vesrah rod and NOS crank bearings.
     
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    Sounds nice . Do you have pics? Or a build thread?
     
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    It seems to me like this machine is quite difficult to ride! I'm not sure if I could ever get used to it.
     
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    It's easier to ride then my Warrior. I can fling it around more and more every time I ride it. It's different then what I grew up on though.
     
  8. Aug 30, 2014 #8

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    Watched your video. Really awesome. Love how you had to keep stopping to let everyone catch up. That thing absolutely ripps!!
     
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    Thanks.

    The guy in the back, on the Mojave, is my bud's brother in law, and this was his first ride on that bike. He's not a super fast rider anyway. My bud, on the Warrior, just doesn't ride like I do. But, no way either of them could keep up with the X.
     

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