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  • Warriors were only ever 350 CC. They make a 250 and 350 Raptor.

  • 50,80,90,125,250,350,660,700 were all the raptors

  • Yep those too. My son had an 80. Pretty bullet proof little quad but very under powered even big bored to 90 cc.

  • ya my 8 yr old brother has a 90 automatic and it is fast for a 8 yr old .

  • I heard the 90's ran better. They definitely have better suspension. The 80 had a swing arm style solid front end that pivoted up and down but no side to side. I can't count how many times he had one wheel in the air.

  • Alvin J. Gregg. That is why I bought the 2011 90 for my son. Looked at an 08 80 and didn't like the idea of the solid front axle. Seemed a little dangerous for a beginner who has no fear. Lol.

  • My son tipped his over a few times till I made spacers and widened it out. He did very well after that. We sold it and moved him up. He's 11 now and has a very nice 660.

  • douglas us my dad and i tried to convince him t0 buy me a banshee or a 700 - the 700 would of given me room to grow . and i wouldnt be wailin through the woods , i have some common sense and the 700 has the option of the screw to limit throttle .

  • alvin you were smart about the 660 and it is rediculous tht he wouldnt even get me a 400ex jk

  • I don't recommend a big quad for every kid. My son is a very conservative rider or he would not be on one. I moved him up to my old 350 for a short while. I got offered a silly amount of money for it so had to let it go. Decided I didn't want another in between size quad that would be hard to sell so we settled on the 660. First thing I did was widen it with +3 arms. He has ridden since age 4 and I am very comfortable with the way he handles the 660. Hope it stays that way.