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Old 12-29-2008, 02:04 PM   #1
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hey i have a china knock off bike its a 125 p.o.s and i need to know what engins would work for the thing and whats a good jet size for the bike
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Old 12-29-2008, 02:08 PM   #2
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you want to know what engine would fit in your knock off china bike w/o posting a brand or anything? and a jet kit?

i have no idea what you are talking about
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Old 12-29-2008, 04:11 PM   #3
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no, we can not help you.

your question has failed.

see if an LS1 will fit.

& jets are overrated...all they do is restrict fuel flow. (size & brand of carb?)
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Old 12-29-2008, 04:16 PM   #4
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125 is a 125.

as for a replacement engine, I'd recommend selling the bike outright and pushing that money for a down payment on something larger. Investing engine for more HP will not pay off for the price. And the engine size limits alot.

I know its not the answer you're looking for but for more speed I'd recommend a bike designed for it, not getting buy on over priced upgrades w less result.

those bikes are purpose built for what they are
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I dunno, I kinda like the LS1 suggestion.
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If Im not mistaken, they are a derivative from dirtbikes, Suzuki engine designs, Honda suspension etc right? Google the links for the 125cc and see what they recommend. You may get some more pep out of it but it will be limited.
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125 is a 125.

as for a replacement engine, I'd recommend selling the bike outright and pushing that money for a down payment on something larger. Investing engine for more HP will not pay off for the price. And the engine size limits alot.

I know its not the answer you're looking for but for more speed I'd recommend a bike designed for it, not getting buy on over priced upgrades w less result.

those bikes are purpose built for what they are
What kind of answer is that ?
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does it not run good, fast, etc?
it is what it is. you could maybe change sprockets to move a little power around. look around on the internet for parts.
My friends wife has a 250cc and loves the outa it. She rode it all the way to bandera on it. good looking bike and she had it at 100% throttle a few times at 80mph. He did change sprockets, re-jetted it etc.
good starter bike. bought it on harwin
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