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I would like to take a few minutes and give you a bit of background information about I have been an avid atv enthusiast for over twenty years.

My history of atv ownership includes a 1999 Yamaha Blaster, a 1985 Honda ATC 250R, two Suzuki Quadracers, a 1985 with a five speed transmission, and a 1988 Quadracer with the six speed tranny and leopardskin seat nonetheless.

I have also owned two Yamaha Warriors, 1991 all decked out in foggy grey plastics, and a 1994 Warrior with a more desirable purple coating. I have also had experience with multiple Honda and Suzuki dirt bikes also.

I have ridden countless hours on trails, makeshift race tracks, in on culm banks, or man-made mountains of waste coal for those of you who may be unfamiliar with the term culm.

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the Arctic Cat ATVJust a few short years ago I purchased a nearly new 2004 DVX 400. It was impressive in many ways. Although Suzuki engineers were largely responsible for its design, Arctic Cat released the DVX with green and black armor which made it look totally awesome in true Arctic Cat style.

I put the atv through the works and it never let me down. I felt the Suzuki/Arctic Cat atv was well worth the mention online. the DVX lineup has evolved into quite a few different configurations and engine sizes in the lst few years which makes this particular model very interesting.

As for web authoring, I had been creating web pages for years mainly as a hobby. I decided to unleash as a tribute to well built atv as I knew it would evetually garner somewhat of a cult following.

I later added some information regarding the other DVX atv's including the DVX50, the DVX90, the DVX250, and the DVX300. DVX owners are welcome to submit photos and participate in our question and comment forum.

Arctic ATV

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