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Hey guy's I've heard so much stuff about my bike that I'm confused. First they said to only run 87 octane fuel,and that this bike was the baddest of the bad,but with so much stuff out there how do you know what's true and what's not. I'm new to four wheelers and this is my first one and it's been awhile since I rode,but this bike handles like a dream. I have'nt gotten it broken in yet but plan to ride this weekend. I was just wondering what was hype and what you guy's know that would help to give me a lot more enjoyable time riding the bike
 

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Um, first off, learn to spell Predator, not Preditor.......... just kidding. First off dial in your suspension to suit your weight and riding area, most preds came from the factory with stiff front spring preload so maybe loosen it up a bit. Next, try and keep the grins off your face!
 

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I have'nt ridden it but a few min. and from that I felt really compfortable but I hear all sorts of stuff about the bike and it kinda shook me plus I'm a new rider that was really looking for something that I felt compfortable on,so let me know what I'm in for.
 

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Had a chance to ride today and ride I did.I'm very impressed with the torque this thing has in the lower range.The place that we were riding was sorta small so I could't go through the gears but 1-3 really pulls good and this thing slings roosters all day long.I really enjoyed today and the other guy's that were out there told me that this bike really impressed them.I had a big grin on my face loving every minuite of it.Now it's oil change time and get ready for next weekend.
 

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Wait till you race it for the first time, then you'll have a real grin on your face!
 
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