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Old 09-15-2016, 08:27 AM   #1
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SSR110 or SSR125 legal for TMGP

What bike would be legal for TMGP stock class, SSR110 or SSR125?

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Old 09-15-2016, 08:37 AM   #2
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Thanks Rob. I will go over the rules to check what's the meaning of F6 and F7 and see what races can be ran with either bike.
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If you are an adult rider, the SSR SR110 with a good 115 kit on it is strong. The 125 is F6 and does not have near as many races available. If you do the SSR 125 I'd bump it up to a 130 to be competitive.
Either of the SSR's has great brakes and suspension.
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If you are an adult rider, the SSR SR110 with a good 115 kit on it is strong. The 125 is F6 and does not have near as many races available. If you do the SSR 125 I'd bump it up to a 130 to be competitive.
Either of the SSR's has great brakes and suspension.
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