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90 TRX Honda or Polaris Stealth 90

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I'm looking at both of these quads for my son, I'm a honda fan but i like the lights and reverse on the polaris, i'm curious what everyone thinks, I had looked real hard at the honda recon, but although i think my son is a very good rider, it is a 250 and i couldn't see a way to govern it down any, if anyone knows how to add a screw to the throttle or something let me know, i'd definately go with the recon then....THanks

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Depending on how big your son is. You may have posted this info in previous posts.

But on a serious note, I'm glad to see your being a responsible parent and not putting him on something that's too big.

I had a Scrambler 90 for my sons about 7 years ago. It was a 2-stroke and with my rear end on it, it would still haul some serious tail.

The 4-strokes are a milder power delivery and I personally don't think you can go wrong with either the Polaris or Honda.

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Unless Polaris has significantly improved the brakes on their 90cc machines I would look elswhere. I've had both a Scrambler 90 and a Predator 90 and if you even look at a puddle while riding it the brakes quit working. Gets tiresome having to clean out the drums after every ride. Disc brakes all the way. I also have a Recon 250 and while they are also drum brakes they seem to be sealed up a lot better.

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Buy the Honda!!!!!!!!!! I have three Honda's and one Polaris 90 predator. The polaris is a quick little machine and the reverse and lights are nice, but I bought this machine new last October and it has been back to the dealer twice with problems! I second the comment on the breaks, they are very poorly sealed on the Polaris. The Hondas are far more reliable in my opinion.

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