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    Yamoto 200cc chinese bike from day-one

    Here's a link to some pics of my Kazuma, hope this works......... http://photos.groups.yahoo.com/group/china-made/lst?.dir=/KAZUMA&.src=gr&.order=&.view=t&.done=http%3a//briefcase.yahoo.com/
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    Yamoto 200cc chinese bike from day-one

    I posted this in another thread, should have been here to start with........... I bought a Kazuma Cheetah 200cc last year and have put 1200 miles (mostly street) on it with no problems other than a few nuts and bolts that needed retightening. As with all chinese enduros, it was geared way too low so I matched the rear sprocket to an older honda design( sl.xl,cm 125 to 175cc,420 chain size,45 tooth). It will cruise easily at 55 with out pushing the RPM's too high. Everything on the Kazuma seems to be identical to all the other chinese imports except the motor design, my motor has fins on the bottom end that act as an oil cooler. The motor is manufactured by Zongshen which I found out later that they make the motors for the chinese cafe racers. I have pics on Yahoo, go to the groups section and search for China bikes, look through all the posts and it should answer a few questions about reliability and owner satisfaction. I've owned 5 street bikes and 3 ATV's in the past 20 years and in my opinion, the motor is built just as good as any honda or yamaha and better than a kawasaki!! The other parts are questionable (frame, plastics, ect). I wish china would import these with bigger engines maybe a 4 valve xr500 copy?
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    Chinese dual sport motorcycles

    I bought a Kazuma Cheetah 200cc last year and have put 1200 miles (mostly street) on it with no problems other than a few nuts and bolts that needed retightening. As with all chinese enduros, it was geared way too low so I matched the rear sprocket to an older honda design( sl.xl,cm 125 to 175cc,420 chain size,45 tooth). It will cruise easily at 55 with out pushing the RPM's too high. Everything on the Kazuma seems to be identical to all the other chinese imports except the motor design, my motor has fins on the bottom end that act as an oil cooler. The motor is manufactured by Zongshen which I found out later that they make motors for the chinese cafe racers. I have pics on Yahoo, go to the groups section and search for China bikes, look through all the posts and it should answer a few questions about reliability and owner satisfaction. I've owned 5 street bikes and 3 ATV's in the past 20 years and in my opinion, the motor is built just as good as any honda or yamaha and better than a kawasaki!! The other parts are questionable (frame, plastics, ect). I wish china would import these with bigger engines maybe a 4 valve xr500 copy?
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