Honda V6 Dune Buggy Takes On Street Bike Powered ATV!

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35 thoughts on “Honda V6 Dune Buggy Takes On Street Bike Powered ATV!

  1. Damn the shifting on the buggy was terrible That 4 wheeler is sick Not wearing a helmet on that thing is just ignorant Sorry to be so blunt but it's common sense to put a fucking helmet on ✌️

  2. These helmet comments… come on seriously? These are grown men into motorsports. You think they forgot what helmets were? They knew the risk and it was theirs to take. We all take risks. We smoke, drink, eat crappy food that will kill us, drive cars not properly maintained, etc. Some people make safer choices than others and still wind up in a casket first. Let the men be men. Might as well tell them just to not race anymore because it's dangerous. Maybe they should just close the channel altogether so you wusses won't have a heart attack next time you see one of them within 20ft of a vehicle without a helmet. Watch a different channel if you don't like what they do.

  3. Razzle Dazzle was designed as an off-road vehicle not an on road vehicle doesn't matter what kind of surface you run it on it should fly right over everything

  4. It needs a wider axel & longer A-arms bad. The Suzuki isn't that good of a platform to begin with.
    I swapped 2 of my atv's
    2000 400ex put a cbr 600rr in & a
    1986 250r put a cbr 900rr in
    Much better starting platform's
    Also with the above mentioned upgraded parts.

  5. If you all want some fun get a FX high power air gun from Air gun depot get rid of your prairie dog issues. I've shot thousands at FT Carson.

  6. I grew up riding in Glamis since the early 80's. You definitely need to extend it before throwing paddles on or else that front end will be off the ground way too much and it takes the fun out of being able to dump the clutch and pin it.

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