Yamaha blaster 200

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Am I too big or old for blaster? I’m 6’2 180 and 26

  1. Bike too small

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  2. Bike is good for me

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  3. Good starter bike

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  1. Blasther328

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    im 6’1 ,180 pounds and 26 years old.. I went to the Yamaha store with my son to get new grips and the guy was talking to my son like it was his hahaha. But it’s mine. It’s my first quad, it fits nice in my opinion and I’m still getting comfortable in power sports and learning. Should I not own a Yamaha blaster 200??! I love the quad!
     

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    I'm also 26 with my first blaster. I've had a couple people give me crap but I think it's fun and pretty quick for it's size..

    I'm enjoying modding it and making it faster/better which is easy to do with these.

    I think it's a good starter bike.
     
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    Alright cool! Thanks man I appreciate the feedback! I really enjoy it and know I may upgrade one day but I never see myself parting with it. It’s an awesome toy!
     
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    I'm 6', 200 lbs. and 66. I'm actually thinking of de-tuning a bit. I still try to ride like I'm 18 :p
    With a bit of work you can double the power easily and relatively cheaply.
     
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