Video: Bad Boy Stampede 900

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posted on May 23, 2016

Bad Boy Buggies has become Bad Boy Off Road because, well, no one wants to buy a buggie. When Textron Specialized Vehicles bought the brand known throughout the Southeast for its electric-powered side-by-side vehicles, it knew right off the bat it would spend a couple years researching exactly what changes to make to put new vehicles front and center before sportsmen. Several years later, that time has come. Enter the Stampede, which features a German-engineered, gasoline-powered 846cc, liquid-cooled, electronic fuel-injected engine that delivers 80hp and 58 lb.-ft. of torque.

Bad Boy had the Stampede 900 on display at the 145th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Louisville last week. You can get a closer look at it with the video embedded above.

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