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1 Blue blaster on Tue Jun 23, 2009 1:42 pm

Got this quad for 800 bucks. completely stock i guess... Runs and rides great. Has hand warmers built into the grips, lol, i took them out along with the headlight. So far all i've done is get new front wheels ( one had a horrific dent) and fmf fatty and turbine core 2. I may put a big bore kit on it this winter or I may sell it and upgrade, haven't decided yet.

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2 Re: Blue blaster on Tue Jun 23, 2009 2:17 pm

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clean looking machine!

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3 Re: Blue blaster on Tue Jun 23, 2009 2:24 pm

Yep Nice looking

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4 Re: Blue blaster on Tue Jun 23, 2009 3:50 pm

gotta love yamaha blue!

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5 Re: Blue blaster on Mon Jun 29, 2009 9:23 pm

Hey thats a good lookin blaster. I couldn't help but notice all of the white marks in that blue plastic. It's real bad about that but you can bring most of the color back to them if you're careful. Take either a heat gun or a propane torch and heat the white marks up. The hotter you get them the more blue will return. Just don't get them so hot they melt on you. You may want to keep a cool rag with water on it to cool them off fast if you get them to hot. Have fun tryin it out and you will be happy with the results. Trust me it works.

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6 Re: Blue blaster on Mon Jun 29, 2009 9:40 pm

yfz750 wrote:Hey thats a good lookin blaster. I couldn't help but notice all of the white marks in that blue plastic. It's real bad about that but you can bring most of the color back to them if you're careful. Take either a heat gun or a propane torch and heat the white marks up. The hotter you get them the more blue will return. Just don't get them so hot they melt on you. You may want to keep a cool rag with water on it to cool them off fast if you get them to hot. Have fun tryin it out and you will be happy with the results. Trust me it works.

Thanks for the advice! I'll give it a shot tomorrow i think

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7 Re: Blue blaster on Tue Jun 30, 2009 3:46 pm

nice buy hope you have fun with that

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