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Old 08-09-2007, 05:56 PM   #1
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who stunts bigger dirtbikes?

such as xr80/100 ttr 125.... are yal just wearing down the knobbies or street tires? where should i look for street tires and a bigger sproket for the back.. or smaller for the front..

and for those with a bike like this.. would it be easy to mount rear pegs like 50stunt has for the 50/70's???
and post some pics if ya got one
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Old 08-09-2007, 05:59 PM   #2
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Look at my sig! Javi will hook you up. Go with a street tire but you can do it on dirt. Leave the sprocket like it is and ride in 2nd and you can use a bicycle peg I think I have one I could give you? Come by the garage and we will get you set up.
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Old 08-09-2007, 06:02 PM   #3
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i dont have one yet. finally got paid and i found an 03 xr100 in livingston for 900bux. once i pay this months bills im going to go out and buy one if i can find a good deal! ha my parents are gonna a brick since im making payments on the cbr... oh well ha
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Good deal on the 100 and it has a clutch. Put a peg on it and some street tires and your good, I still have dirt tires on mine.
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ya i loved how the street tire did not vibrate when i put one on my old pit bike(sold it cuz it was a pos)
im going to try to get that 100 for 750 if he still has it.. that would be one of a deal! for the peg.. does it just bolt on like on a bmx bike.. or does it have the axle adjustment rod?? like the 50's do
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Old 08-09-2007, 06:32 PM   #6
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ya i loved how the street tire did not vibrate when i put one on my old pit bike(sold it cuz it was a pos)
im going to try to get that 100 for 750 if he still has it.. that would be one of a deal! for the peg.. does it just bolt on like on a bmx bike.. or does it have the axle adjustment rod?? like the 50's do
You might have to leave the chain adjuster off and drill the hole in the peg bigger to fit the axle but do not stick the peg on the nut side if you bend the axle on the threaded side it will be hard to get it off. 750 will be an awsome deal but 900 sound low to me too. I think the 100 will be easyier to ride than a smaller bike too.
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taking the chain adjust off wont matter should it? just take a bit longer to line up the axle when adjusting the chain? ya and i want to practice using the clutch and i get too stupid on the lil bikes
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You should be ok with no adjuster just like you said, take a little longer getting it lined up and adjusted. The 100 is small like a 20in bike almost. On the 100 you should only use 2nd unless you want to hual some but you would be safer doing wheelies in 2nd.
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haha ya. i wouldnt want to loop out or flip over the bars and have the bike flying over head haha had that happen in the dirt.. i bout crapped in my pants
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