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http://www.umamerica.com/products.asp?page=dtf150&pim=2

OK, it isn't a Honda but it could be a sweet solution for putting disc brakes on the xr/crf 80's and 100's. I stopped by my friend's shop and they had one there, dead ringer for the honda. Also available in blue. Electric start 150 motor, based off the 200 supposedly.

Here is a link to the parts list, no prices listed though.

http://www.umamerica.com/pdfs.asp?page=vrpb

http://www.umamerica.com/dealers/pdf/092004vrpb-DTF%20150.pdf

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I see the Chinese have taken over the dirt bike business as well. 😢 That bike looks very nice (just like my 100R). Wonder how much that is going for.

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Wow, I would much rather take a Honda for that much. I bought my 2002 Xr100r for $1225.

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Wow, I would much rather take a Honda for that much. I bought my 2002 Xr100r for $1225.

I would rather have a honda as well, but this is more comparable to the crf150 or even the 230. I was more curious to see how much parts are and if they bolt onto the 100. May be able to get a wheel and brake set up cheap??? There is several companies with this same bike design I have seen the last few weeks popping up.

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The CRF 100 and 150 are vurtually the same bike, just one makes more horsepower, i would stay with the honda, they are more reliable than some chinese P.O.S.

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The CRF 100 and 150 are vurtually the same bike, just one makes more horsepower, i would stay with the honda, they are more reliable than some chinese P.O.S.

&%$#@! are you smoking? they are COMPLETELY different bikes...they might share a bolt or two, but even that is doubtful.

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