Blaster with Raptor Fender*PICS*

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  1. specialized7

    specialized7 Can't Stop, Won't Stop!

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    Well finally a nice day out snow was melting so i decided to tackle the job.
    Started with putting my nerfs on, then gettin my custom airbox to fit that was a b*tch!
    and the raptor fender went on fairly easy.
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    looks good with thos plastics.. what all did you have to do??
     
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    I'm liking it.
     
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    Now you need to just supersize your blaster extended axles and a-arms to make it fit the rear fender know what I'm saying?
     
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    looks nice but in the first pic i woulda been stuck.. you need a pipe man..
     
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    Holy sh*t holy sh*t I freakn love it =D. I'm doing this.
     
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    how you still got oil injection with a 35mm pwk?
     
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    Would it look funny with my cut fenders and cf hood?
     
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    specialized7 Can't Stop, Won't Stop!

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    All i had to do was drill 4 holes where it bolts down under the seat.
    then i bent the left fender bracket to fit and bolted it down. for the right one i took the bracket off and fliiped it around, cut a peice off and made a custom bracket out of flat iron 5" long to bolt that side down.and the seat clips right in.

    haha yea sometiem in the future ill get an extended axle, the raptor fender is actully 6 inches wider then stock.

    I was stuck in the first picture actully ahha, i know pipe is whats next.
    but just over 300 us dollars for a pipe isnt bad for you guys, but in canadian dollars thats almost 400, thats expensive haha.
     
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    specialized7 Can't Stop, Won't Stop!

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    well actully if you look at a raptor fender, its got lines on the edges where you could cut it down and it would be probably 4 inches less, i think it would look good like that!
     
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    not too shaby!

    that looks sick. only thing i dont like, and if it didnt have this it would be AMAZING is the way the seats square and the part of the fender were the raptor seat sits is like curved. but you know what, you could easily fix that.

    mod your seat dude! just take the cover off, mark n cut away foam and plastic and shape it to the raptor fender then put the cover back on. teh covers the only problem but a bit of work and it should go.

    good job.
     
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    If you get an extended axle, and a-arms, and swinger it will look much more proportional.
     
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    he just needs a maier race hood in the front and it will look awsome. kinda boxy to smooth look right now but its iight.
     
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    DUDE i love it..how do those dominators do??
     
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    great job, looks really good
     
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    ahah thanks, dominators are great. hook up great in the dirt or gravel , not ot bad in the snow either
     
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    It looks nice. Ah specialized, when are you going to get a pipe?!
     
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    Nice work! First on the forum to tackle such a job.
     
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    so does it have better midrange with the new rear plastic? Lowend, topend?
     
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    oh about a 10hp increase LOL
    no but i think it looks pretty good for a 20 year old machine!
    next on the list, PIPE!
     

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