440ex4me said:Pretty good input from everyone on the basics of the two v four strokes and the fact that every model can leak fuel when its left on and from what I remember the Banshee doesnt have a radiator res like the newer stuff and anytime the cooling system builds more pressure than the cap was made to hold it can leak as thats what was supposed to happen.
The only thing(s) else I want to add to all this is that I agree with the recomendation of one of the 4 strokes in the family stabe (not a bad mix of machines around that yard huh ) as a suitable woods runner.
Like it was said above the banshee can do well in the woods but you will be able to do the same basic things with less effort or fatigue on the 4 strokes, and like history has shown us there are models with better woods racing results than the banshee.
Dont get me wrong I have rode and really enjoy the way a worked Banshee runs etc, but I mean you have a z400 and yfz450 in the garage now so why arent you riding them?
You can never have too much power.TeamSuzuki41 said:that helped but my family has lots of machnes i live with my dad my mom my two older brothers and 2 younger sisiters and we have a yfz450,3 raptors,kodiak 450,Z400,Z250,lt80, and a blaster and every oneof them gets mainteained as well as you can. My dad gets mad if there is a scratch on the fender so we wax them polish them and everything. But is a banshee ok for like wood riding? i live in Conneticut. There is quite a bit of woods and im 13 so i dunno if a banshee's my machine. I have ridden my brothers raptors and my dads yfz450 and raptor but is a banshee too powerful?