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Old 03-29-2010, 10:28 PM   #1
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crf80 tmgp endurance

what would it take to set up a crf80 bone stock dirt setup ready for the track? would 12 inch wheels or 17 inch wheels be better? motor mods? suspension? input needed
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or should i just use a klx 110 instead?
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BBR 110 kit, 12" wheels, bridgestone bt601ss tires, suspension.

A klx will require most of the same, sans engine kit, but you'll need a clutch
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you should probably sign up over here http://www.supermotojunkie.com/forumdisplay.php?f=10 and do some reading. Not sure what your displacement limit is but Pitster Pro and a few other companies have really dialed in the "Chinese" minis and stand behind them. You can get a turnkey race bike with disc brakes, decent tires, and great suspension for the same price as the parts your looking at buying to make the CRF competetive.
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Do you have a KLX or are you looking for motards parts to build one?

I might be able to help with either.
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Nevermind, saw that you have an 03. Let me know if you go down that path. I've got a set of complete wheels for your conversion.
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