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ok i narrowed it down its know between the 700xx and the kfx 450. ok so in a drag they be neck to neck?? just getting ideas top end who takes this?? also i know this is a 700xx furoum but just be honest with me if youve rode both how does the cornering go with them ? i mean can you still whip around corners like you can on a 450 with the big 700?? thats another big issue thanks alot guy
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To be honest , I was looking at a KFX as a choice . Really nice quad. I choose the 700xx for the clearance and 700cc motor . Depends on what you are planning to do with it.

Straight drag race about the same add corners and braking KFX or most 450's for that matter.

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i mean can you still whip around corners like you can on a 450 with the big 700?? thats another big issue thanks alot guy
YES AND NO. you can whip it if you lean right might take a litte more effort wider tires such as the rzr will really improve this. it is a different feeling and takes getting use to.

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