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This is just the tip of the mountain, but on the shelf now are valve springs capable of 10,000 rpm (including proper shims- $64.95
Front bumpers w/o lazer cut HPD logo/screen are $69.95
Hopefully by next week the front with the logo will be ready- $84.95
Rear double bar w/ flag mount-$59.95.
Their severe duty steering linkage kit...replaces basically everything, and it's greasable for $229. The stock gear totals around $200 and it isn't even greasable.

The full pipes might be ready by the end of next week. This pipe is flowbench designed, and hits the rev-limiter soooooo fast, you better be doing some clutch hand exercises.

They have the 530 pistons, and 12.5 stock bore high compression units. The total performance mod kit is still waiting final testing.

The sky is getting darker as the weeks go by....the doors are getting ready to open. You might as well call this thing Taz, cause the look and sound are gonna send fear into what some thought was the competition. Here comes DA BOOM!!!
 

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I was told their site designer was having some problems. Once that's resolved, they'll be able to add parts and mods as they're finished.
 

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what is the site so i can look at it when they come out?
 

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btw,, did you know the links on your site are all screwy mod?
 

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There site maintainer was having some tech problems, so I'm not sure when the pics will be updated. HPD-inc.com is the addy. Yea, I know the links on my site are goofy....when I finally get Triple X done, the revamp might take care of that.

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Called HPD about the piston kit today. I was thinking about putting the high compression piston in and also a spring kit to be able to raise RPM limit. I found out they may be able to reprogram my vortex CDI to match their curves...about 10100RPM. An extra 10% over what I have now! Also the piston is set for their upcoming cams with valve recesses to allow enough room for the lift they designed. This is what we need to launch us ahead of that new smurf machine. I have just a pipe and filter/carb tweeking now and can pull most quads. Just PO'd a guy on a Cannondale Moto today. He wanted to drag race. WHy? If he wins it just proves paying twice as much for something that doesn't run will get you a bike length in a drag race, Loose and doubt your existance. Traction was poor and I let him move first so the fat lady (unfortunaly the only downside of the predator is the weight)had to pull him in 3rd and 4th...which I did! Ha! With a HPD valve train and piston this thing is going to R I P....might take me a while to get it done but it seems like a reasonable, reliable way to make a predator untouchable for not to much money.
 

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JJ, glad you finally talked to them. Just head north on 169 til you see the "Go Gophers" sign on the west side of the road. U-turn at the very next LH turn lane, double back about 1/8 mile, you'll see their mailbox. Sue, the worlds friendliest lady (Darrell's wife) will greet you. Darrell and Mike are kicking butt getting gear finished. Don't forget about their full pipe, that's if you want the total rippin' package. Fast gear, nice, professional people. If they let you back in the shop....complement them on the sharp Predator poster Ken gave them. :D One of these days Darrell's gonna kick my butt for being such a smarta$$. hehe
 

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Hey, i was checking out some of the HPD gear and i see that they have a steering stabilizer. Do you use it? I was looking at the picture and they way they have it mounted. Can you still mount it there if you have the front rezzi's or do the rezzi's get in the way?
 

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Would it void the warranty if I stuck in the high comp piston and springs? I have the 24 month one.
 

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Buzz, a while back someone showed up at at harescramble with one on. He was also running the Walker Evan's shocks...seemed to be lot's of room. Probably have to give them a call to find out.

Troyleepred....don't ask, don't tell. :D
 

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I use the denton stabilizer and I put the bracket right between the rezzi and the frame, between the rubber pads that the rezzi sits on, it barley fits, but it does. there stabilizer looks like the mounting bracket is very similar.
 
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