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    I race, therefore I am
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    K-Fab (heavy breathing).........
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdkw1 View Post
    K-Fab (heavy breathing).........
    You could hear it from there, eh?
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    It combines two of your greatest toys, Audi and KTM. What's not to like about it? Probably cheaper to maintenance than the Radical too.........

    I'm pretty sure they would give you a plate for it in AZ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdkw1 View Post
    It combines two of your greatest toys, Audi and KTM. What's not to like about it?
    - agreed, although I'm in an M2 Comp now...

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    Probably cheaper to maintenance than the Radical too.........
    I think keeping the Space Shuttle costs lest than the Radical did.
    Radical was one of those "Oh this is cool!" and then last week when I helped load it onto the transport truck to Connecticut, I thought "Oh, this is cool!" $15K for an engine rebuild/refresh every (suggested) 40 hours of use. WTF? Uh, nope. Bye-bye.

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    I'm pretty sure they would give you a plate for it in AZ.
    No question about it.
    I love it here - "Got headlights, brake lights and tail lights? Okay, you can run it on the road." says the DMV guy. As soon as the Mini-Raptor's moving under its own power, I'll be taking it to them and getting plate and OHV sticker so I can go test and not get in trouble - and go play and not get in trouble.
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    So how does insurance work on the UTV's? Will it be the same for the Mini Raptor? Special company?

    I had a hard enough time getting My old fiberglass dunebuggy insured. Yet another reason for the "VW" title on it and not the special construction it came with.
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    Good question. The RZR is insured through AllState. - I carry the required, minimum coverage you can get for an auto.

    It's an off road vehicle policy. I've not read the fine print - wonder what happens if I get in an accident on the road? I'll just not find out.

    Bike and RZR are on the same policy. I'll bet the Mini goes on the same one.
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