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Old 05-21-2018, 01:46 PM   #1
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Those are sweet lil pit bikes .. had the 125 ...hella fun . Can't wait to see what you do with it
Hows the quality of parts/build versus say a Honda?
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Hows the quality of parts/build versus say a Honda?
SSR has had a pretty solid reputation for at least ten years that I know of. It's not a Honda, but I feel that SSR provides a solid value for your money.
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SSR has had a pretty solid reputation for at least ten years that I know of. It's not a Honda, but I feel that SSR provides a solid value for your money.
Agreed never had a problem out of it ...wish I still had it.. and I liked the suspension better than Honda. Maybe it's just me idk
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AND, no shortage of parts, should you need them.
So my title was typed fast. Itís not a GP bike build. Itís just a mini Motard. Possible you can edit?
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Get it street legal.
That would be fun!

But this is going to be a Grom irritant, TMGP slaying beast! If the grid didnít like Hayden in their way, they surely not going to appreciate Parker. He is way more adventitious with the throttle.

Hayden drives me nuts with her short shifting. ďBut dad it sounds so loud, I donít want to break it.Ē

Just purchased the 12Ē three spoke aluminum rims. Just the rims, tires, rotors and brakes is almost 1/2 the cost of the complete motorcycle!
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Dang drain the bank accounts Buck! Ever thought of doing GP style with an NSR or YSR?
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Dang drain the bank accounts Buck! Ever thought of doing GP style with an NSR or YSR?
Iím thinking of GP bikes when they turn 13yo.

The first SSR we purchased was a phenomenal deal. The amount of spares that came with the bike is making this build much more tolerable.

Then Iíll sell the current SSRís for pennys on the dollar to help others. Such as people have helped us.
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Are there material/quality concerns over the SSR OEM hardware or are these spares?
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Are there material/quality concerns over the SSR OEM hardware or are these spares?
Itís a good idea to replace swingarm and engine hardware. Just from past experiences with others.
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