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Me standing behind my 150:

http://tinypic.com/koy0h

My 150 by itself:

http://tinypic.com/koy28

Rear view of the 150:

http://tinypic.com/koy6p

Front view of the 150:

http://tinypic.com/koy9e

Sry for the bad pics, the black blends in with the tool box. Also if you look at the last pic, i ran the brake cable through the inside of the number plate. Keeps from rubbing the pre-printed backgrounds. Im goin to try and get some riding pics soon.

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All right kid! Looks awesome! I like the look of the black rear fender and tank, then criss-X-sing the white/black number to the white front fender. Is that heat wrap on the exhaust pipe?

Again, nice looking bike.

😢

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Yea that is Heat wrap on the pipe. I live up in the panhadle of texas. About and hour from Lubbock and Amarillo. I live right on the border in the middle of no where.. Also about 8 miles from Clovis New Mexico.

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I painted them. I used Krylon Fusion paint. Its been on there for about 3 rides and havn't wore off yet. I painted my front too.

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Nice bike 😢, do you have to run race gas with the 12:1 piston? I was looking at the powroll 12.5:1 and they recommend race gas (100 oct)

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Yes, actually i have the 170 kit now because i blew the 12:1 piston up. But i had to run 110(non oxygenated) in minimum. Thats how i blew it up. I thought it would be alright to mix and lets just say it didnt.

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I bought a CR125R seat cover and then cut the sides to make it slick on the sides and made it to fit my 150. So now i have a gripper seat cover. I got tired of sliding on my other one.

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i noticed that you ditched the airbox and run a k&n. Do you use the bike for motocross and if so doesn't you shock and motor get pounded by roost?

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Be very careful when re-routing your brake hose ! If it ever bounces forward after a jump or something and loops back over the number plate, it could cause some immediate issues !!

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i noticed that you ditched the airbox and run a k&n. Do you use the bike for motocross and if so doesn't you shock and motor get pounded by roost?

Yea but out here it is real soft dirt. Mostly sand so it dosnt affect the engine. As for the brake line we are goin to take the key out and hard wire it so i dont have a key and we are goin to run the line through the key hole. That way that dosnt happen.

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