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Old 02-02-2010, 12:40 AM   #1
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50's question

I see a bunch of yall ridin 50's. Are they stock or what have yall done to them? A friend of mine has a 90 and was also wondering if that would be a good lil stunt bike?
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most are stock with big bars and a diferent shock... check out this thread http://www.motohouston.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7189
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This might be a little more straight forward for ya. It's the first sticky on the dirtbikes, minis, karts, etc page.

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Your friend can ride/stunt that 90 just fine if he wanted to.

you could get away with just a big bar kit if your limited on funds.
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bigger bar, bigger shock, street tires, hand break, and foot pegs....that pretty much all you need if you want a nice set up bike!.....and the 90 thing is fine but its better to just start on a fiddy!

you can get all of this stuff at 50STUNT.COM
that's only for the big kids... you don't need those
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doood.... Im trying to lose a few
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Old 02-02-2010, 09:13 AM   #11
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Your friend can ride/stunt that 90 just fine if he wanted to.

you could get away with just a big bar kit if your limited on funds.
+1 I had a KLX110 in motard trim that was superfun to ride!!! At 6' tall I actually prefer to ride a "midsize" mini. A gently used XR or CRF 70 can be had for the same $$$ as most fifty's so try to get some seat time on one before you buy anything. Midsize bikes are also a little more fun if you ever decide to mix it up with the guys at the MX track or the Motard track.

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I have a pretty basic setup....

Bigbars, handbrake, stunt pegs, plastics and graphics. I also sport a 12 bar which I use occasiously to pick up slimmies

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Hey what hand brake set-up are ya'll using. I am about to order mine but I see them on FTP's website for like 39.99 (thanks Griff) and on 50 stunt they are 90. I just wonder you guys thoughts because they need to be smooth and easy and not junk, any thoughts on this?
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Hey what hand brake set-up are ya'll using. I am about to order mine but I see them on FTP's website for like 39.99 (thanks Griff) and on 50 stunt they are 90. I just wonder you guys thoughts because they need to be smooth and easy and not junk, any thoughts on this?
Fasttrails is the same stuff, just half the price. I've had personal experience with both 50stunt and FT and it's all the same . I don't understand why it costs so much more for 50stunt? The dude over at FT hooks everybody up and the customer service is awesome.... I choose Fasttrail
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I see a bunch of yall ridin 50's. Are they stock or what have yall done to them? A friend of mine has a 90 and was also wondering if that would be a good lil stunt bike?
i personaly like ttr or crf 125 or 150 they have a clutch and about the same clearance as a big bike.
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Thanks for all yall's input, I'm going to looking into all of it. I would like to get a fiddy. I hear that they help alot on stunting on a bigger bike. Getting the BP and all.
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