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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-08-2006, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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Super Quad!!!!!!!!! I want one maybe 2

http://www.gg-quad-northamerica.com/Gallery.htm

I saw this super quad in the most recent sport bike mag. man o man that would be sick to have. But at a mere $49,500 a bit out of my price range for a quad. Enjoy

827 lbs and 110 mph 6 speed with reverse
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Technical data
engine type 2-cylinder 4-stroke boxer engine
valves 4 valves per cylinder
capacity 1130 cc
power output 95 Horsepower @ 7250 RPM
torque 72 Lb-Ft @ 5500 RPM
catalytic converter controlled 3-way catalytic converter
transmission 6 gears / 1 reverse gear

Mass and weights
tank volume 4.75 Gallons
dry weight 880 Lbs
overall length 87.5 inches
overall width 55 inches

Driving performance
top speed 115-plus MPH

Chassis
frame GG-design-Billet Alluminum
wheel individual wheel suspension with trapezoidal cross-members made of aluminum
suspension struts Four-Wheel Independent A-arm Wishbone Shock Absorber
spring travel 4 inches front and rear
drive Shaft drive to rear differential
brakes hydraulic brake system, 270 mm floating brake disks, 4 wheel- 4 piston GG brake calipers
wheels OZ alluminum cast wheels 16 inch x F; 17 inch x R
tires front: 195/40-16 rear: 225/40-16

Price Base MSRP $49,500.00

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Germany: Unlimited TüV authorization
Switzerland: TüV and CH authorization (15 kW / 100 kph)

Colors The basic price includes single-color paint finish (any color). Customized paint finishes, lettering, logos, special designs etc. are charged on the basis of the actual expense incurred.

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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-08-2006, 09:08 PM
 
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i would take one
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A guy that works for the Company was on one at the Gap in june. He let Lee shierts ride it on the Dragon!!!









post #5 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-08-2006, 10:02 PM
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saw those at Laguna


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post #6 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-09-2006, 12:30 AM
 
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95hp and 880lbs.. at least it will give the harley's a run for their money. Jk pretty cool little toy. I'd rather have a shifter kart with a plate though.
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Those things are awesome!!
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too slow lol... give it a few years with some more hp
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Looks like fun. Wonder how easy they would tip in the corners?


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pretty cool, if only I were rich
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Sick... i'd rock one, but 50K?!!... not anytime soon.


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I'd go for this

http://www.topgear.com/content/news/stories/1010/


Man builds Impreza quad bike


The sort of stupidity that breeds a Subaru Impreza STi-based quad bike can only be found in the remotest parts of the world.

Take New Zealand, for instance. Here's a country cut off from the rest of the right-thinking world, a place so isolated that they need to fill their time somehow.

Ken Brough has filled his time building just such a quad, and his reasoning for it? "Why not?"

Complete with a 230bhp turbocharged 'flat' four engine, the 530kg quad has a power-to-weight ratio of 434bhp per tonne, or more than twice a normal Scooby's.

The original Impreza's four-wheel drive is still in place, and Ken describes the quad as "awesomely quick".

Even with four-wheel drive, the STi-ATV - as Ken calls his machine - manages to lift up the front wheels under hard acceleration to do wheelies.

If you fancy one for yourself, Ken is thinking of making a few more STi-ATVs. Now, where can we book a flight to New Zealand? Sounds like our kind of place.



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what was that one TOP GEAR that had the car that was just a skeleton with a turbo'd Honda engine in it??


the guys face looks like it was gonna fly off when he was testing it..



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I don't understand the allure of them. It looks like a jetski with wheels.

It's not fast
not comfortable
not economical

I just don't see a market for them.
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Quote:
Price Base MSRP $49,500.00

WHY??????


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