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Old 04-08-2010, 08:44 PM   #1
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What to do............. What to do

Ok as some of u may know I bought a 2003 kx60 not to long ago. Well after some work it runs stronger than ever, new paint, and has mini stunt pegs. Well like everyone told me........... its near impossible to stunt it like I was trying.......

Well I have the opp to get rid of my 60 and buy a 2004 ttr 90......... this one actually http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=101518

Should I go for it? Cause I really want a mini i can stunt on and compete in monday night minis. Sooo im torn............. what do you guys think?

And are there a decent amount of parts out there for this ttr? If so where do I look?
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Old 04-08-2010, 09:14 PM   #2
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I dont know much about the ttr90 or parts available for it, but you should get tard wheels for that KX60 and bring it out to race in TMGP
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lol i dont know if the 60 would keep up
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Old 04-08-2010, 09:36 PM   #4
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There are some others that race em, it should beat my klx 110. Got more power and more gears.
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wanna swap outright for an 02 xr70 with a 125 mill?
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hey that does sound intresting...........pm sent
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Old 04-09-2010, 10:13 AM   #7
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that 70 is a perfect little stunt bike, they actually make alot of the similar parts as they do for the 50. Then bring it to monday night mini and we can show you how to wheelie it. The 2 stroke 60 would be way hard to control and there no real engine brake. Of course you can wheelie anything on 2 wheels though
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go with the 70 will be a blast amd when u want some more power u can put a 88cc kit....
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Old 04-09-2010, 11:01 AM   #9
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You can stunt the kx60 BUT it has no torque. Which makes that bike alot more difficult to wheelie and stunt. You will be working at least twice as hard on the bike to keep it a bp.

Those little 4-strokes (50, 70, 90, 110) are excellent becuase they all have torque that makes a slow wheelie easy. All of those bikes have a ton of aftermarket parts to suit your needs.

The KX60 would be good for racing, not so good for stunting. Sell it and get you a 4-stroke if your aimed at stunting. You will be happy with that decision.

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xr 70 or the ttr 90

depending on the condition, i'm leaning towards the 70. mainly cause it has a better aftermarket

http://www.50stunt.com/CRF_XR_70_s/31.htm
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TxSandman: What exactly do you mean by "with a 125 mill"? You bored it out to a 125cc, i'm guessing.

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If that xr 70 has race stuff on it it might not be a better suited stunt bike than the ttr. A question you need to ask is if the head on the xr was replaced. If the xr has a race head its gonna give you more top end and steal away from your low end.
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lol i dont know if the 60 would keep up
that lil 60 would kill that 90 in a straight line race.... but yea what everyone else said the four stroke are easier to control for learning slow riding stunts... on the other hand the 60 will make you a pro for speed wheelies all you have to do is leave that beech in first or second and wait for the power band and *BAM* all the sudden your riding a wheelie or flat on you jus depends on how much throttle control you have
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The xr 70 has an engine off a 125 pitbike. I bought it maybe 2 years ago from Josh302. 4sp manual clutch.
It also has big fat pegs, BMX bars and an EZ pull clutch. I pm'd some pics.
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The xr 70 has an engine off a 125 pitbike. I bought it maybe 2 years ago from Josh302. 4sp manual clutch
It also has big fat pegs, BMX bars and an EZ pull clutch. I pm'd some pics.
I think I rode that... If I remember correctly it skeerd the outta me. BUT it was a nice bike and easy to wheelie.
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talk to tree on this site, he has a ttr and knows where to get all the aftermarket stuff for them!
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Lol Now Im REALLY torn on which to go with........... Im likeing this XR now but PIMPDAUB has made me ? if itll serve me as a good stunt bike. Anyone have in put?
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do you work by sherwin-williams? i always see your bike out there.
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do you work by sherwin-williams? i always see your bike out there.
Yup thats me................ do I know you? STALKER!
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