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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-08-2007, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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SDG 107cc/ CRF 50

I have a SDG Speed Mini minibike for sale, have not drivin it that much at all. This thing is a BLAST to ride. It has a 4 speed manual clutch, front/rear disc brakes. I took it trail riding once...Very scary, its soo fast! haha. Or if you wanna practice your stunting, this is perfect for the adults too!! Oh yeah, I have a tail for it, but i just did not put it on because its easier to pick up with the tail off. $900 (or possibly consider trades or some sort)

If you have any questions, call me or email me

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Brian (414) 350-4484

ENGINE
107cc single cylinder, air cooled 4-stroke
Compression ratio: 9.6:1
SOHC: three valve

DRIVE TRAIN
4-speed with manual clutch
420 chain with 16T and 41T sprockets

SUSPENSION
Front: 36mm long travel forks with axel pinch bolts / CNC Billet Triple Clamps
Rear: Long travel shock with 1rebound adjustment and extended tapered design aluminum Swingarm

BRAKES AND TIRES
Front: Hydraulic disc with steel braided line; 2.50 12" tire
Rear: Hydraulic disc with steel braided line; 2.75 10" tire

ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Chromo frame
Head pipe and CNC Billet Muffler
Gloss black wheels with heavy duty spokes
Full graphics shrouds, number plate background, front and rear fender and bar pad
Same plastic as a CRF 50 (may differ from photo shown above)
Skid plate
SDG half waffle grips
40mm tall SDG gripper seat

MEASUREMENTS
Weight: Approximately 124 lbs
Wheelbase: 43"
Ground clearance: 9.5"
Seat height: 28"
Handlebar height: 38.5"
Fuel capacity: 0.8 gallons




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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-22-2007, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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I lowered the price a little bit. Trying to get rid of this!

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bump for a fun bike, my bro has one and it is very fun to practice wheelies on
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-06-2007, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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bump for a winter fun toy!

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Just curious, what is the difference between this and the ebay ones? B/C they look the same w/ the same specs and all and they run for about $500 bucks brand new.

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This is much more reliable than your no name ebay ones. I had a friend buy a ebay pocket bike and it feels very cheap. I have ridden one of these and these feel like a more solidly built bike and better quality. Also there are aftermarket parts for this bike since it is based off of a crf50. Plus you can turn it into a mini supermoto kinda bike with street tires like dunlop tt91's and race semra.
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This is much more reliable than your no name ebay ones. I had a friend buy a ebay pocket bike and it feels very cheap. I have ridden one of these and these feel like a more solidly built bike and better quality. Also there are aftermarket parts for this bike since it is based off of a crf50. Plus you can turn it into a mini supermoto kinda bike with street tires like dunlop tt91's and race semra.
Oh okay, thanks for the info.

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