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Do someone know how the xx keeps with long distances rides like 4 or 5 hours sitting around 50 till 60 mph! Is she good like the trx 400 or more like the 450 who need to power chances? Thx
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The Honda TRX700xx is/was made for endurance racing (Baja). I know a few guys who were involved with Bruce Ogilvie and HRC and the 700xx was Ogilivie's project to dominate Baja. Unfortunately the market crashed and Bruce passed away which is why Honda pulled out of Desert racing and stopped R&D/Production of the 700xx.

With that said the quad does great on long distance rides at high speed just make sure your air filter is always clean and keep your radiator as clean as possible.

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Thx for the answer! The filter and the radiator would be clean I would ride on the street !
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Thx for the answer! The filter and the radiator would be clean I would ride on the street !
If that's your main type of riding, I'd be swapping out the sprockets as quick as possible.

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I try to do make it my Main riding! But in sweden you can Ride on the street that meanshow it is really easy tobrideca lot on the street! Maybe i just Chance the front on and then i can Chance it back when i know it goes on a Longer ride! I did the same by my dinli!
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I try to do make it my Main riding! But in sweden you can Ride on the street that meanshow it is really easy tobrideca lot on the street! Maybe i just Chance the front on and then i can Chance it back when i know it goes on a Longer ride! I did the same by my dinli!
Sry i Wrote shit and don t read it over again! I meant I try to ride more through the Forrest and stuff but at the end of the day you re more on the street! I will buy my self a secound set of tyers as well when I know I don t hit the Forrest and drive 200 km+ on the street I will chance! But what do you think chance the front or rear sprocket! I had ones a dinli I chanced the sprocket there as well but whit a smaller in the front and bigger in the back I had them same set up like original! When you understand what I mean! Then I would drive a longer set for distance ride and make it shorter for off road! I hope you understand what I mean
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just how fast are you tiring to run on the roads , 170 k's ..........OMG ,slow down . enjoy the ride

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Sry I mean the distance 200 or 300 miles and I will ride 50 to 60 mph
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I'd go bigger on the front and smaller on there rear. Keeping the RPM's as low as possible, while you are riding the street at high speed for extended times. You don't want a smaller front on while wringing the engine out. But if you do any slow speed technical woods riding as well, then maybe just leave it stock.
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Okay cool one think more!

When I would buy a bigger one in the front and would only change when I know I go on a long street ride! Do you know if I can adjust it with the chain adjuster is there enough play in the chain ?
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