For the money ,a good bang for your buck . Engine and trans is sweet ,suspension gave some trouble on the first ride but settled down now . build quality is pretty damn good but the frame could have been neater and some of the wheel spider castings should have been lighter ,took one front one off and they weigh a ton (wont break but ) fuel dose'nt get you far 11 litres mmmm 450 flat out = not far . But realy its hot
The looks , red and fast ,nearly as good quality as Japanese stuff
chain tensioning is a nightmare could have been easier. bit narrow in the track , a tad heavy , and why didnt i buy one earlier !!!!
Got it at an absolute bargain price, goes hard and is very loud, here you coming from miles away, Component quality and spare parts a bit of a worry. The oil filter is unique to this bike and aftermarket are available. Forget about factory accessories as they are an absolute rip-off. Got quoted over $400 for a rear rack! All in all I do recommend as it is affordable and if I had to buy a Japanese quad Id still be saving! I have purchased second hand bikes before and they have always been a nightmare.
Economically Price, Plenty of Power and easy...
Questions & Answers
what year was the Hyosung TE450 first made and where can I find the year model on the Quad.
Does my te450 have a actual fuel shut off or twist petcock?also when I push the start button it just clicks in the rear by the sylanoid?please help?
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