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Old 11-18-2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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4-stroke 100-110 cc suggestions

Looking to upgrade from the ol' fifty cc honda sitting in my garage. Most of the 100-110 cc bikes seem to have the same general design. With that being said, does anyone have brand suggestions? Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki? I want something that is going to last- integrity of the parts are important to me. I still have a Honda 50cc mini bike that was made in 1987, and it stills fires up on the first kick.
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:20 PM   #2
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honda for sure. we have two 100's on the show room that are non-current new we will sell for a steal.
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Old 11-18-2012, 08:06 PM   #3
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Brian what year are they? Thanks!


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Old 11-19-2012, 07:44 AM   #4
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+1 on the crf100... great bike and loads of aftermarket stuff available....
make great TMGP bikes too...
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Who is going to ride it? The CRF100 is more of an adult-sized dirtbike whereas the kawi klx110 is still a mini-bike.
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:36 AM   #6
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Ill be Riding it. I have also been working to get into Tmgp


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Who is going to ride it? The CRF100 is more of an adult-sized dirtbike whereas the kawi klx110 is still a mini-bike.
This! What are you going to do with it and what do you want to do with it. I have two klx110's and have had crf100's. If I had either or I would still want to drop money into them to make them better than stock. If I was buying new I would get the new KLX110. It has bigger suspension and a manual clutch and is designed more as a pit bike now.
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:53 AM   #8
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I would ask Rob what he perfers for TMGP. I would go with witch ever one was easier to setup to race. I would think the size of the CRF would make it better for TMGP, comfy.
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sprint racing or endurance? the honda will be more comfy for endurance

the honda will be cheaper to set-up but the klx has a endless aftermarket selection

I have enduranced th xr for a few seasons so i got plenty of seat time on one and I have a klx that I use for sprints... honestly I like the klx better but I am alittle biased, lol
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sprint racing or endurance? the honda will be more comfy for endurance

the honda will be cheaper to set-up but the klx has a endless aftermarket selection

I have enduranced th xr for a few seasons so i got plenty of seat time on one and I have a klx that I use for sprints... honestly I like the klx better but I am alittle biased, lol
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he likes 12" wheels too...
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It's hard to go wrong with the crf100 or klx110, IMO. Endless supply of parts and aftermarket for them and very reliable bikes.
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and short.

he likes 12" wheels too...
not that short, lol

with 12" wheels you have more options for differnt lines aswell as quicker turning
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Looking at a CRF100 today, hopefully i'll pick it up! thanks for the info all
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