Not much has changed in the 07-08 models except color scheme.
It is a single piston 420cc liquid cooled, 4 storke engine with electric shift. Independent suspension, disc brakes, etc. I think it is very simple and fun to drive ATV. Yes, it has a electrical display with speed, hours, and mileage. I bought it because it is one of the best bang for you best ATVs out there. I kinda wished it came with a RPM gauge as well.
Thanks! So you recomend it? A fun but workable machine. Tiny tach make small 2x1 tachs, really easy yot install and all i had one on my pocket bike, i had it reving to around 14,000 revs so its a great product just hooks in to the spark plug wires.
I'm considering a utility quad for hunting and some light trail riding. I am stuck between comparing some of the used 2000 300-350 models as well as evaluating some left over 2008 Rancher 420's.
What is the power like in these atv's? Do I really need 4X4 and is there an advantage of having vs. not having 4X4? I had a KFX400 2004 model that I loved but it wasn't a utility quad but it's the only thing I have to compare in power along with a 250 ex.
My questions are fairly the same as above just expanded a little bit. Don't won't to hi-jack this thread. Thanks!
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