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I have been wanting to do this for a while now. I recently finished it. Your comments are appreciated.XR100-CR85Conversion027.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion026.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion025.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion024.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion023.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion021.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion020.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion019.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion018.jpgXR100-CR85Conversion017.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDadsCon.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-1.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-2.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-3.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-4.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-5.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-6.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-8.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-9.jpgMatthews16thbirthdaypartyandDads-7.jpg

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Very nice bike! One of the nicest conversions I have ever seen. Who made the graphics that are on all of the bikes in the pictures? Is it the stock motor?

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Thank You! Dirt Digits in Simi Valley does all my graphix. The motor is currently stock. Modification is in the near future as soon as I figure out exactly what I want to do.

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You gotta make it so it can keep up with that 150R. There are tons of options for a big bore kit. I have the TB115 and it seems to add some power but there are obviously a lot better kits out there.

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Bike looks good..Glad i could help with the picture posting. Looks like someone is into nitro r/c's also.

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You gotta make it so it can keep up with that 150R. There are tons of options for a big bore kit. I have the TB115 and it seems to add some power but there are obviously a lot better kits out there.

Ya, it's a bit gutless and needs more punch. I'm wondering is a 120 kit is a significant enough difference. It's still pretty fun to ride. It handles excellent!

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My son broke his jaw and the doctor said to lay off the bike for a while. He got a nitro truck to occupy his time.

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Ya, it's a bit gutless and needs more punch. I'm wondering is a 120 kit is a significant enough difference. It's still pretty fun to ride. It handles excellent!

I wouldn't go with the 120. My TB115 with a hotcam and FMF exhaust keeps up with a friends BBR120. To tell you the truth, I don't think the 120 is that great of a kit. I would go with a Kitaco 115 SE. It comes with the head too. It is about $600 and is more reliable than the stroker 145 SE.

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I'll consider that. Someone suggested an "engines only" 120 kit with cam, springs, etc... Said it puts out more horsepower than the BBR and is more reliable. We'll see. It's also $600.00

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I'll consider that. Someone suggested an "engines only" 120 kit with cam, springs, etc... Said it puts out more horsepower than the BBR and is more reliable. We'll see. It's also $600.00

The EO 120 is a good kit but overpriced. And it doesn't come with a head. The head is the big holdup with these bike as the port and valve size isn't that great of a design.

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that thing looks so clean. good job.

i would definately go with the kitaco 115 over the engines only 120. the se head will give a big boost in power.

or you good try the new tb 134 and maybe see if a kitaco head would work with it??

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that thing looks so clean. good job.

i would definately go with the kitaco 115 over the engines only 120. the se head will give a big boost in power.

or you good try the new tb 134 and maybe see if a kitaco head would work with it??

I don't think you could use a kitaco head with the 132 piston as it is basically a stock piston (obviously bigger), but without the skirts. The dome on the kitaco head is bigger than stock so a different piston is a must.

Stock piston on right, TB132 on left:

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Thanks! No I can't take credit for the exhaust, It's a DMC creation. He gave me an old head pipe that was laying around his shop for $25. I cleaned it up and took all the little dings out of it. It now looks like it's brand new. He built a silencer that fits perfect. I want to add a tapered end cone to it. It's a bit loud.

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bike looks good but does the pipe hit the airboot from the rear of the carb looks real close.

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:busted: HOOLLLLYYY SHNNNIIITT:eek:

That is truly a WORKS Conversion!!

Superb job:thumbsup:

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