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ChrisJet420

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ChrisJet420 says:

Help finding a 125cc

Hi Guys,
I'm looking for a 125cc to learn on.

I have a budget of 900 pounds to spend on the bike.

I am after a reliable sports bike but anything considered really. No scooters though:smile

I love the look of the Cagiva Mito and the Raptor.
Honda NSR has caught my eye too.

Thanks for reading guys :tongue:

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  • Posted 3 years ago (19 March 2012 16:23)

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Project90

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Jul 07

Posts: 13

Project90 says:

125

rings and sleves every 6000miles, impossible, am at 16000km engine has only been apart once for a main bearing due to it standing for a long period of time on the sidestand. that was back in 2002/3
had a replacement engine in for a while but put original back in as it was full power and has been going fine ever since (touch wood), so at least 12000 - 14000km on original engine.

i know of all the horror stories and they can go rather easy if not looked after with best of stuff, but with mine it realy has been a gem.

oil your right £15 a litre motul fully synthetic use the best guess it pays off though warmt hem up properly again guess thats paid off too.

but for 12 years running i have just now bought a new rear shock for it. apart from engine its the only thing i had go wrong.

yes again they are restricted but even so in restricted form there much much beter to ride than the 4 stroke counter parts.

to be safe get a 4 stroke though if you wanna take a chance get a 2 stroke, just remember to warm it up use best of products

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