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  1. Qingqi

    another DR650 rear rack / luggage option ...

    I'm defenitly interested in a Fastbag, I have one that works great and can take a beating that I'm switching in between my gsxr 750 and my enduro and I would like to get one for both, do you have yellow?
  2. Qingqi

    Saddle bags for a WR

    I use a Fastbag on my enduro, it holds a lot of stuff and is a very well made system, best part is it has a lock hard shell so I don't have to worry about my stuff when I go to the store as for looks you either love it or hate it, I've heard both oppinions, but I like it and I can easily move it over to my gsxr 750. I got mine on ebay, haven't seen them any where else. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4638307133&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&rd=1
  3. I use a fastbag on my 200cc enduro china bike, It's a tail bag with a locking hard shell. I originally got it for my gsxr 750 but since I've been riding my little china bike to work more often I moved it over and it works great. It has an expandable section that really holds a lot but I'm not sure how stable it would be for off trail riding fully expanded. This is the one I got, pricey but really weel made. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4638307133&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&rd=1
  4. Qingqi

    Yamoto 200cc chinese bike from day-one

    Pirata, Mine came with a 15 tooth front and a 52 tooth rear. I'm waiting on a 44 tooth from the Honda dealer, 52 is to big.
  5. Qingqi

    Yamoto 200cc chinese bike from day-one

    Mines 1 down 4 up like regular.
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    Yamoto 200cc chinese bike from day-one

    Hi guys, this is my first time posting on this thread or any thread for that matter. I just wanted to thank everyone for their comments on these new chinese bikes especially pullin' for starting the thread . After spending the better part of a day reading all 40 some pages of this thread I decided to buy a used 2004 200cc china bike by Qingqi that's nearly identical to the others out there. I bought the bike with 330 miles for $700, Unfortunately I was to busy looking for poor quality in the bike I didn't notice that on the title when the guy bought the bike there were 1150 miles . I'm hoping the guy just moved back the one thousand to zero but it may have 2,330 mi. on the bike or worse . Anyways the bike looked in great condition and sounded and rode great and was licensed and titled in wisco. which is nearly impossible for this state so it's worth giving up 1 or 2k mi. just for that so I kept it. I've owned 6 japanese street bikes from the late 70's to the late 80's and I see know diff. in the quality from the strong engines that can take some abuse to the poor quality plastic panels that can't, at all. The only diff. is it's hard to touch a 30 year old japan bike for under $1k around here regardless of the miles, thanks to the rising gas prices . I have over 200 street miles on mine with no regrets. I just thought I would share my experience with my china bike and thank everyone for their input good and bad. I have some before and after my mods pics if someone could tell me how to post them. By the way I work 2nd shift so alot a my riding is at night and I would be better off holding a maglight in front of me than using the stock headlight, has anyone figured out a cheap way of keeping the headlight but replacing the bulb with something brighter, like a halegen? E.
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