Joined: Sat Feb 26, 2005 1:41 am Posts: 9825 Location: Westerly, RI
I like that dash.
The front roll cage bars look very verticle... I need to see a shot from the distance... maybe it's just the angle here in this picture. The black basket on red frame thing isn't my cup of tea, but otherwise it's looking nice from what I can see here.
_________________ 2004 KPX Xterro: pumper carb, oil cooling, 10 gram rollers, Toy junkies pipe, uni
2005 Blade 150 DX: 4 Valve head, 10 gram rollers, East Side pipe, uni
Joined: Fri Jun 22, 2007 12:53 am Posts: 219 Location: Kokomo, IN
I've had mine for about a month, and it runs great, rides smooth, and has really good power and gear ratios. It does, however, has some of the same problems as most Chinese stuff. The CV joints are pretty weak on mine, but Sean is working on a couple of different options to fix that. Some of my hardware was kind of questionable, but for a few bucks, Ace Hardware solved that problem. The other thing that is weird is that the shift pattern is backward (take a normal car and turn the shifter 180 degrees and that's the pattern). It's really not that big a deal, though. I got used to mine pretty quickly, but it's still odd. I'm trying to give Sean a hand with figuring that out as we speak. If I get mine fixed, I'll post what I did on here. Overall, the quality is good for the price, and it runs and drives good. Hopefully you'll get one of the newer models with the full gauges and maybe the upgraded axles. Right now, it definitely seems like the best bang for your buck. If you're looking to get any options, at least get the Crow harnesses. My seat belts are okay, but not exactly user-friendly.
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