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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-29-2008, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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has any one ever heard of Rhino-tech?

hey guys was wanting some input on there MTS kit? seeing if any one out there has heard of them? i know they are not a site wupporter, but looking at all the options. from previouse posts some may know i was leaning towards ishocks kit. but not any more, found out, that life time warrenty is not lifetime warrenty, still waiting to hear back from some one from ishock on that. plus it is so damn expencive. and spending that much money is allot of savings, for me. here is a link

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I recently came across them as well while doing some research on kits. I haven't heard anything about them yet. I'm not really to excited about the shock tower. I still think I'm leaning towards Lone Star, XMF or one the more heavily used & tested company's



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I dont know what the price is but If I were gonna roll the mid travel Kit I think I would go with LSR. Do your homework.



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I have them on both my rigs.

Absolutly LOVE them. The kit works well right outta the box.

13" of travel from a mid isn't bad.

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I recently came across them as well while doing some research on kits. I haven't heard anything about them yet. I'm not really to excited about the shock tower. I still think I'm leaning towards Lone Star, XMF or one the more heavily used & tested company's
I think i agree i have been looking at lsr mush has it and loves it.
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took my lsr mid kit out to the desert ,Gold Butte, for some riding this weekend, and i was floored how well it did. the rotax motor and the mid travle were fuckin unstoppable. late night party runs to the lake 40-50 thru the desert and washes with me a bud up front and the wife in the back seat!! never bottomed or even hit hard it was floating thru that shit.about 12 miles each way. my buddy did something to his motor on sat afternnon, and i was little worried that i might see some high temps towing him back, ended up towing his rig back, with me and my pops, and my kid in the back, we averaged 35-40 mph for 9-10 miles, never got hot ran sweet..

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took my lsr mid kit out to the desert ,Gold Butte, for some riding this weekend, and i was floored how well it did. the rotax motor and the mid travle were fuckin unstoppable. late night party runs to the lake 40-50 thru the desert and washes with me a bud up front and the wife in the back seat!! never bottomed or even hit hard it was floating thru that shit.about 12 miles each way. my buddy did something to his motor on sat afternnon, and i was little worried that i might see some high temps towing him back, ended up towing his rig back, with me and my pops, and my kid in the back, we averaged 35-40 mph for 9-10 miles, never got hot ran sweet..
What shocks were you using? I'm thinking about using my Sport Se Rez Shocks with it for a while



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elka resi rears and piggy fronts

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Elka's would explain the great ride I haven't heard anything bad about them.....except the price



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Bryan M has the WER on his and i am sure it rides just as good.

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