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Old 06-12-2015, 08:19 AM   #436
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any one want to ride up to this sunday? I think I will start up at about 10 am. I will pack some gas if needed.
I'm vintage .... does that count?

So tempting to join you and ride the Grom up the hill. But, I can't make a day of it .... meaning, my stay up there won't be for long. Maybe an hour tops, then head back down the hill. Otherwise, I may take another bike.
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Old 06-14-2015, 07:06 AM   #437
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I'm vintage .... does that count?

So tempting to join you and ride the Grom up the hill. But, I can't make a day of it .... meaning, my stay up there won't be for long. Maybe an hour tops, then head back down the hill. Otherwise, I may take another bike.
Hope to see you there Mt. ham and alum rock ksu 10:10 am. I will stay maybe two hours at most at the top
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Old 06-14-2015, 03:35 PM   #438
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Hope to see you there Mt. ham and alum rock ksu 10:10 am. I will stay maybe two hours at most at the top
Sorry, I didn't make it. Turned out my wife didn't work today. I had a small window of time for a ride. I took a loop ride through Calaveras Rd. and back.

Hope you made it there and back okay. That's a long trek on a CT70.
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Old 06-15-2015, 09:42 PM   #439
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Fun time yesterday! Hope to see more minis out!
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Old 06-27-2015, 08:47 AM   #440
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here's one of my other projects that I really want to get road worthy.



'85 CR125 swap into a '81 Honda Passport

I've ridden it around a couple of times, and the theory works, that's all this bike was put together for. I can do as much as I can to this motor, but would at the end go for a '99 CR125 engine, the magnesium casings are almost toast on this one.
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Old 06-27-2015, 09:22 AM   #441
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Old 06-27-2015, 01:22 PM   #442
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hahaha, it's actually not close at all. It looks more than it is. I took this pipe and cut it all up and rotated it, to be a down low exhaust, but I ended up not having enough clearance, so either back to the drawing board to make a down swept exhaust, or get another stock pipe. I would have more room if I removed the exhaust chamber between the head and the pipe.
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Old 06-28-2015, 10:14 PM   #443
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Old 06-29-2015, 12:32 PM   #444
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Picked up a 2015 Grom couple of months back, along with a 92 YSR50. I believe the previous owner is a board member





That YSR is flawless! Damn, I probably wouldn't even ride it.
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Old 06-29-2015, 08:15 PM   #445
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awesome stuff RaginBull! Got a small meetup and ride this Thursday night, In n Out in Alameda if you feel like riding out, I should be on my GROM.
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Old 07-03-2015, 07:00 PM   #447
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My 2014 Kayo MR 125R
How do you like it? I did a quick Google search the other night and came up pretty dry on info. Pictures make it look like an NSF knockoff. HP? Wheel size? Suspension? Reliability?

Not that I'm going to buy one, but curious.
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Old 07-03-2015, 09:54 PM   #448
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Old 07-03-2015, 10:07 PM   #449
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How do you like it? I did a quick Google search the other night and came up pretty dry on info. Pictures make it look like an NSF knockoff. HP? Wheel size? Suspension? Reliability?

Not that I'm going to buy one, but curious.
I have a blast on it! it isa mockup of the NSF but improved with a TTR 125 motor 12 inch rims . there's quite a few new add ons recently developed for this bike. replacement parts is not a problem to get for anything that could possibly break. pretty much 3 days shipping time but my bike has been laid down 4 times now and I've only had to replace one clip and straighten out a fairing stay. this is a little late notice but if you're really interested in checking it out we are going to have a couple of them out at the Stockton track in the morning doing some testing on a new shock we're developing for the rear . will be out there at about 11 a.m. I have JPH suspension coming out to work with me on it. more than welcome to come out and do some laps on mine
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Old 07-05-2015, 03:16 AM   #450
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I have a blast on it! it isa mockup of the NSF but improved with a TTR 125 motor 12 inch rims . there's quite a few new add ons recently developed for this bike. replacement parts is not a problem to get for anything that could possibly break. pretty much 3 days shipping time but my bike has been laid down 4 times now and I've only had to replace one clip and straighten out a fairing stay. this is a little late notice but if you're really interested in checking it out we are going to have a couple of them out at the Stockton track in the morning doing some testing on a new shock we're developing for the rear . will be out there at about 11 a.m. I have JPH suspension coming out to work with me on it. more than welcome to come out and do some laps on mine
Pretty cool to see that there is something else finally on the market, and won't bust budgets.

I'm in southern California now and out of the motorcycle scene, bug thanks for the offer.
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