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... got my new '14 CRF 110.  It's parked next to my '11 CRF 70.  The 70 is the third one that I've owned and also had a couple of Chinese pits too in the past.  This 110 is so much stronger than any of the Honda 70's that I've owned that I believe the 2011 will now have to find a new home as it feels really sloooooow!!!  I've only test ridden a couple of laps at the dealership that I bought it from and brought it home and parked the new one.  I'm moving right now and playing is not on the list as of yet.

Anyways, hopefully here is a pic of them.

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70s are good little bikes, but I figured they couldn't compare to the 110.  And with a few mods the 110 can be even better.  Get that move done so you can start tinkering around with the new bike!!!

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Thanks GBR. I need to get a new rear shock sooner or later and am going to have to get some feedback from fellow members in which one. I'm not ready to plop down $400.00~ on a Fox Float at least not at this time. I'll be reading posts about recommendations.

Thanks.

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Thanks GBR. I need to get a new rear shock sooner or later and am going to have to get some feedback from fellow members in which one. I'm not ready to plop down $400.00~ on a Fox Float at least not at this time. I'll be reading posts about recommendations.

Thanks.

I just went with a heavier spring on the 70, but I don't really use it for much extreme riding.  I save that for the 250.  I am sure BBR makes something for the bike, or will be making something for it.  but like Fox, they are pretty proud of their shocks and they cost a little more than most.

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Well, found out the m/c shop isn't fond of swapping my stock spring for a BBR spring. I don't have a spring compressor and truthfully I don't know how anyways.

I did bust out the 110 and street road it to get some break in time on it before work today. Fun stuff.

The 70, found a new home too! Shock scenario is on hold for the immediate future.

Well, found out the m/c shop isn't fond of swapping my stock spring for a BBR spring. I don't have a spring compressor nor do I and truthfully I don't know how anyways.

I did bust out the 110 and street road it to get some break in time on it before work today. Fun stuff.

The 70, found a new home too! Shock scenario is on hold for the immediate future.

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Well, found out the m/c shop isn't fond of swapping my stock spring for a BBR spring. I don't have a spring compressor nor do I and truthfully I don't know how anyways.

I did bust out the 110 and street road it to get some break in time on it before work today. Fun stuff.

The 70, found a new home too! Shock scenario is on hold for the immediate future.

spring removal is pretty easy.  If you want to give it a try, PM me and i will explain it with some pics.

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