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Does anyone have Motowoz suspension on their 700xx? www.motowoz.com I have them on my 450 and like them. Cant rememeber finding anyone on other forums that dont like them. So is their anyone out there with them?
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I will be running a set on my 700XX, just waiting for Teixeira Tech to finish mocking up the new front and rear arms. Once the arms are done and shock specs are determined, Motowoz will be building me a set of shocks. I have been speaking to Jim over at Motowoz about the 700XX quite a bit in the last year. I think I have been the only one talking to him about 700XX shocks, at least he hasn't mentioned discussing the 700XX with any one else. I am sure he would be happy to build shocks for the stock a-arms if there was interest.

I bought a set for my 450R race quad a little over a year ago. They are by far the best shocks I have ever ran. I ordered a set for my 250R a while back and just waiting for them to be built, should have those in a week or two hopefully. I can't say enough about the shocks themselves and the customer service I have received, both have been great.

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I spoke with them, forgot the name, but when I asked, they weren't interested... maybe a little miscommunication... I've heard they're good though... working on something sweet for the xx as far as shocks, but that's another story
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I will be running a set on my 700XX, just waiting for Teixeira Tech to finish mocking up the new front and rear arms. Once the arms are done and shock specs are determined, Motowoz will be building me a set of shocks. I have been speaking to Jim over at Motowoz about the 700XX quite a bit in the last year.
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I've been hearing about a Teixeira Tech front & rear setup for over a year......when will it happen?

The Houser kit is not wide enough and Sonic don't do a matching front end.

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I will be running a set on my 700XX, just waiting for Teixeira Tech to finish mocking up the new front and rear arms. Once the arms are done and shock specs are determined, Motowoz will be building me a set of shocks. I have been speaking to Jim over at Motowoz about the 700XX quite a bit in the last year. I think I have been the only one talking to him about 700XX shocks, at least he hasn't mentioned discussing the 700XX with any one else. I am sure he would be happy to build shocks for the stock a-arms if there was interest.

I bought a set for my 450R race quad a little over a year ago. They are by far the best shocks I have ever ran. I ordered a set for my 250R a while back and just waiting for them to be built, should have those in a week or two hopefully. I can't say enough about the shocks themselves and the customer service I have received, both have been great.

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cant wait to see it when its done and to hear they are on the 700xx
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I've been hearing about a Teixeira Tech front & rear setup for over a year......when will it happen?

The Houser kit is not wide enough and Sonic don't do a matching front end.

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Linc may be looking for matching front and rears
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just checked out the motowoz site, they look SWEET !!! i personally don't know anyone who runs them, mostly works and elkas, but these things look like they are no joke...


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The Houser kit is not wide enough and Sonic don't do a matching front end.
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i know this is personal preference when it comes to how wide you want the front end. but the houser set up has been tried and tested true as a winning baja setup over and over. and now that i have them i am a believer in how much better the xx handles. i ran with wheel spaces +2in and though i know there not the same as arms i like it so much better at this width. just something to think about.

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i know this is personal preference when it comes to how wide you want the front end. but the houser set up has been tried and tested true as a winning baja setup over and over. and now that i have them i am a believer in how much better the xx handles. i ran with wheel spaces +2in and though i know there not the same as arms i like it so much better at this width. just something to think about.

Houser a-arms are nasty, almost indestructable, so are lonestar, they will both steal your lunch money !!!


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