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I just bought two of these little XR clones and was wondering if SM tires were available and if there are races near St.Louis? (SM and/or adult-minicross)

http://www.powersportsmax.com/....html

These are by far the best bang for the buck bikes I've yet to see. $575 Each!

Jim
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (Jimmy_Tea)

Sorry dude, those look pretty junky.
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (slyde)

Well I know they certainly don't compare to a $2000-3000 BBR but paying that much for these toys is just not in the cards for me right now. But I'm pretty sure I can get $575 of fun out of one...
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (Jimmy_Tea)

Just get rid of the "Dirt Bike" stickers.
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (Dave)

Cheng Shit makes a moped 2.75-14 for the front...I think its a C109.
There's tons of 12" tires out there.
I got a pair from Chaparral for about $40...

Yeah, I bought one too...so it is a cheap Chinese knockoff...Banda and I had a gas thrashing about on them....for the price, I can upgrade on along the way.
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (stlwalnut)

Hey there Walter!
Thanks for the info.
So what brand/model bike did you buy?
Jim
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (Jimmy_Tea)

With 1250cc's you'd think they could get more than 8hp out of the thing


Specification
PSM DB-D006
Price $599 Special Price!
Engine Type 1250cc Single Cylinder Four Stroke
Cooling System Forced Air cooled w/ high performance air filter
Max Power 8HP
Transmission Four speed semi-auto (All down)
Drive Chain
Starter Kick Start
Top Speed 70+ mph on level terrain, depending on weight of occupants/load
Front Suspension Dual hydraulic forks
Rear Suspension Adjustable shock and spring
Brakes Front: Hydraulic disc Rear: Drum
Frame Aluminum alloy
Controls Shift lever, brake lever, keyed ignition/starter switch, kill switch,
Seat Height 28 inches
Length 64"
Width 13.5"
Fuel Capacity 3.0L
Front Tire 2.5“ x 14“
Rear Tire 3.0“ x 12“
Pegs Oversized
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (MATTinMN)

Yeah, the specs are waaaaayyyy off....
should read 70kph....around 42mph
from what I was told the bore/stroke was, it should be in the neighborhood of 105cc, but I haven't torn one down to measure it...I don't really care that much....

Hey Jimmy, bought the same bikes...cheap frame, good engine, needs shock and tall seat, maybe some fiddling with the fork oil...total gas to play on...
 
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Re: 12" and 14" Mini-S-moto Tires? (stlwalnut)

Yeah they should be fum to modify a bit. Should have mine in a couple of days.
Jim
 
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