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Old 06-04-2019, 11:14 AM   #1
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looking into getting a 110cc pocket bike/dirt bike for cheap pretty soon to have some fun on. My intentions are to turn it into a track bike and take it to the mini track out in Katy. Some of my other intentions are to mod it on the cheap, probably source a larger piston off a different bike that would work on these motors and do a big-bore job on the cheap while bumping up compression, source a more aggressive cam that would fit off of a different bike, larger mikuni carb from the junk yard, etc. Anyone know the specs on these chinese 110cc motors? like compression ratio, bore/stroke dimensions, piston wrist pin diameter, etc?
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Old 06-04-2019, 11:20 AM   #2
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bore/stroke dimensions seem to be the same on all these motors at 52.4 mm x 49.5 mm. still need info on piston wrist pin diameter and compression ratio. stock carbs seem to all be 16mm (tiny)
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Old 06-04-2019, 11:52 AM   #3
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Sounds fun, see you when you get to the track. Good luck on sourcing the bigger parts
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How cheap are we talking? I would hold out for a KLX110 or similar honda. I picked up my XR100 for $400 and got it ready for TMGP for another $200. Granted it was not fast and did not handle well, but it sure was fun.

The china bikes literally fall apart and the quality of everything is terrible from the brakes, suspension, carbs, frame welds, everything is a poor clone of the Honda with inferior materials. Thats why you can buy one a Traders Village brand new for $500. Hold off on a late model Honda and you wont be sorry. I have had the same XR50 that I beat the out of for 10 years, all I do is change tire tubes and stretch the chain. I got it for $300 and I literally have put 5000 hours on it of torture

I think I have changed the oil on it twice in 10 years and it hasnt lost a drop
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Old 06-04-2019, 12:44 PM   #5
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Sounds fun, see you when you get to the track. Good luck on sourcing the bigger parts
well I did a little calculation and since the stroke is so small, I would need a pretty large piston to make more displacement. not really worth it at that point, I think bumping up compression some and running premium fuel exclusively would have more of a benefit
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How cheap are we talking? I would hold out for a KLX110 or similar honda. I picked up my XR100 for $400 and got it ready for TMGP for another $200. Granted it was not fast and did not handle well, but it sure was fun.

The china bikes literally fall apart and the quality of everything is terrible from the brakes, suspension, carbs, frame welds, everything is a poor clone of the Honda with inferior materials. Thats why you can buy one a Traders Village brand new for $500. Hold off on a late model Honda and you wont be sorry. I have had the same XR50 that I beat the out of for 10 years, all I do is change tire tubes and stretch the chain. I got it for $300 and I literally have put 5000 hours on it of torture

I think I have changed the oil on it twice in 10 years and it hasnt lost a drop
I'm talking about getting one for like $200, if I could find a blown up honda or KLX at the same amount I'd probably get it. I'm very mechanically savvy and can tear down a motor and have it rebuilt and running within the same day
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