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KLX 110 Vs. XR100

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I was just curious as to how these 110's compared to the honda xr/crf 100's. I am thinking of maybe getting the new KLX110L but am wonder how it will do compared to my buddies xr 100. Will i be able to keep up with the 100's because they seem to be a little bit of a bigger bike and also have a 5 speed transmission. Wanted to know what your opinions were or if you guys have had experience with this.

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two totally different bikes. One is a minibike and one is not. Wheel size alone separates these things by a lot. The 100 is going to be a much better trail bike. I don't know what to say. They are two totally different bikes.

How big are you? How old are you? What do you want to do with it? Is a better place to start I guess.

Big difference in money there to. You can score some super cheap CRF 100s used where you're not going to find too many KLX L's out there

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the 110s are pit bikes that you usually fool around with but the 100s they are made for trails so i think you can keep up with them with the 110

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My buddies and I use the bikes to goof around on and race on a little track that we have set up. I was just curious if I would be at a disadvantage on the 110L?

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could even be an advantage depending on the size and layout of the track.

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My buddies and I use the bikes to goof around on and race on a little track that we have set up. I was just curious if I would be at a disadvantage on the 110L?

If you are thinking of the KLX110L then you will have no problem keeping up with your buddy on his XR100. The "L" is a 4-speed clutch version and those bike rip pretty well. Also for putting around a small track and backyard fun they are a blast, not to mention tons of hop-up parts available.

Check these guys out . . .

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