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SaturnsVoid

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  1. This one to be exact; http://www.faster-minis.com/sdg-pro-mini.html Picture: Got if for free with a RT180 i bought, Anyways its beat to hell and back, Needs front and rear brake systems (both literally gone), need a clutch cable, Air Filter, chain, exhaust... Maybe Rings... Anyways i am ordering a $6 clutch cable, a $8 filter, going to ignore exhaust and brakes for now (engine braking will be fine anyways for me) I am looking at a piston kit for it the engine is a LIFAN 125cc so i am looking at this kit HERE but i am not sure if it will fit... I might just skip the piston and rings, It was smoking but not knocking... Got a spare chain that i just need to cut to size. I am a big guy 300lbs+ so this is a guest and beater bike for messing around, I got my KX250 for normal riding. I love these cheap Chinese Trail 70 clones, parts are so cheap lol. Anyone got some info on these? Are the frames any good?
  2. I have a 1991 KX250, the old owner riged up a cheap metal peace for the engine mount where the top of the Head connects to the frame (under the rads) I am trying to find a replacement for it as i lost it and its making the engine rattle... I can't find any images of it, i need some help please.
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    1991 KX250 exhaust mount?

    Can you link me? I have been looking and can't seem to find one for my bike... unless they are universal or something
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    1991 KX250 exhaust mount?

    Yep, thats it
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    1991 KX250 exhaust mount?

    So i got a 1991 KX250, Has a dyno port pipe and a FMF Muffler. There was a loud metal-on-metal raddling sound and i found it to be one of the mounting pieces for the pipe it looks like this; Next to it is a 8mm bolt used to hold it with the rubber dampener, I am trying to find this part... Not sure if its custom or not. If i can't find it i may have to rig something but i really don't want to. Can anyone help me with this?
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    Lack of power in 80cc chinese dirtbike

    A lot of these Chinese bikes aren't what they say they are, I bought a 70cc (trail 70 clone) a few years back for $50 and after some math found that it only put of 50cc... You may not have a 80cc bike, or sprockets arent good for hills.
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    Dyno Port Big Volume Pipe

    Gives the bike lots of power, its more snappy too.
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    Dyno Port Big Volume Pipe

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    PRODUCT DETAIL Dyno Port has the parts you need, including Big Volume Cans and Pipes, Big Core Barker Silencers, Clutch Kits, Porting, Reeds and more. Our parts must pass stringent testing before it can receive our brand on it, so you'll know you're getting the finest products available. If you're ready to be the best, then its time you invested in the best. Dyno Port. The Best in the Business. We don't skimp on our stuff so you don't have to skimp on yours! At Dyno Port, we take technology seriously. We aren't afraid to invest in the very best tools and equipment available to develop our products. We know you want the very best for your sled, ATV or Dirt Bike, and that's what we're committed to delivering: top performance, top quality and top value! We extensively test all of our products on the dyno and in the field. Our testing is so well regarded that American Snowmobiler relies on us for stock sled dyno testing. Additionally, Snow Tech uses our stage tuning and field testing notes in its issues! Our products must pass quality control before they get the Dyno Port Name Plate. If your silencer doesn't say Dyno Port, it's just another tin can!
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    Kawasaki KX250 1991

    Known Work Done: Dyno Port Pipe New Sprockets Extra Large Fuel Tank New Piston Rings New Clutch Plates New Tires Boyesen Pro Reeds Paid $900 from a sketchy person, No issues, no Ticks, Runs great, fast, POWERFUL. 4th gear and still lifting me (290lbs) off the ground. Last bike i rode was a 2001 TT-R 125L, big difference, amazing feeling.
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    Kawasaki KX250 (1991)

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    Known Work Done: Dyno Port Pipe New Sprockets Extra Large Fuel Tank New Piston Rings New Clutch Plates New Tires Boyesen Pro Reeds Paid $900 from a sketchy person, No issues, no Ticks, Runs great, fast, POWERFUL. 4th gear and still lifting me (290lbs) off the ground. Last bike i rode was a 2001 TT-R 125L, big difference, amazing feeling.
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