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Old 05-10-2010, 03:06 AM
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I just picked up a TRX200 and i want to mod it just a little or atleast things to look out for.



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You could try a jet kit with air filter and a after market exhaust. That will boos some power.
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Old 05-13-2010, 04:09 AM
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i dont want it to be crazy loud is my only concern.


i;ve gotten it back together better and its nice to have around
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You can get a good after market exhaust that has a good sound and not be so loud.
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any other suggestions?


i know not right section but what about lifting it some?

i know theres not much i can do with the front l arm type suspesion i'm told.


i thought longer shocks but they are so small.
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You got me on that one. Im not sure what you could do.
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I am going to suggest another forum for suggestions. It has more traffic and they may be able to give you some suggestions. hondaatvforums.net
The easiest way to get more ground clearance would probly be tire height.
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