i have some tough turns were i live than its all open space you know lots of hills open areas jumps and **** where i live but be4 i get there i have to take some trails and different ones are really tight n stuff and got caught right in from of one bc some1 nock over a tree and i was trying to move around it and had to pull it back bc i got stuck but other than that like once i get to the hills and **** it rocks and i wouldnt rather any other quad bc i like this one the most out of every1 except that it doesnt have reverse but i was just wondering bc if you could add it that would be cool
There is absolutely no physical way to add Reverse to the Predator... unless you want to remove the entire motor and transmission and replace it with the motor and transmission from a Raptor or Z400, which already do have reverse. That's about it.
well the easiest way ive found to deal with reverse, be sure to not park facing anything, if you are and are to lazy to get off and push or pull away, make your friend with thez or raptor back up to you and grab their grab bar and they pull you out of the way (see the other quads are good for something) but keep in mind, if you rub it in too much how badly you beat them, you have to push (jerks)
I was explaining the reverse proceedures on the Honda 300ex so I said "Shift in nutral, press the 'R' button by the clutch lever, pull the clutch, pull up on the reverse lever (and repeat this as the engine kills half the time)..."
He said "What's the reverse proceedure on the Predator?"
I said "Put it in nuetral, get off the quad, grab the grab bar and pull."
It's less complicated, and I've only had to use it twice (both times due to "driver error").
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