Hey gang, I know many of you out there are just like me, you've got your toy, but you've also got one or more little ones running close behind with little blue bikes . Hence my problem. My youngest (8) has just about outgrown the PW80. It's way under powered for her, a lot of times I catch her dog paddling to get it going, the gearing in them sucks . Not to mention she only knows two ways to twist the grip ON or OFF NOTHING in between . I consider her an aggressive rider (just follow behind her you'll see) I've never seen a kid hammer a little bike so hard, throw that back wheel around so much, and still keep the rubber side down. I'd like to move here up to a TTR90 but I hate that it doesn't have a manual clutch. She is more than ready for a clutch lever, she's proven that by riding her big sisters TTR125 (when she's not looking ). The problem is she's way too short for the TTR. Why did Yamaha quit making the RT100 (in 99 or 2000?) at least it was a nice in between bike with a manual clutch. I looked at a YZ85 but I think it's just a little too much throttle for her although the weight seemed to be a little more manageable for her, I'm just afraid she'll really get hurt on it. I see two ways to get thru next season: 1. Put some gonads under the seat of the PW80. Bore it out, mill the head, deck the jug (get some real compression) and open the pipe a little, keep in mind I have to maintain the spark arrestor and 94Dba for MI woods riding. 2. Move her up to TTR90 which I suspect has enough torque but does anybody sell an clutch kit for it? Any thoughts?