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Default 125cc 4 Speed Honda CL70 Clone

These things seem pretty cool.
Guessing they go cheap 2nd hand.
Wonder how they hold up?


http://www.joyridemotors.com/joy-rid...mini-bike.html

Year: 2012
Product Name: DAGGER PBZ125-4
Manufactured by: HUZOU DAIXI ZHENHUA TECH TRD CO. LTD

Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4 Strokes
Cooling Air Cooled
Drive System Chain
Piston Displacement 123cc
Bore and Stroke 2.06 inches x 2.24
Compression Ratio 9.0:1
Maximum Power 6.3/7500kw/r/min
Maximum Torque 8.8/5500N.m./rpm
Starter Electric / Kick
Length 65 inches
Width 22.6 inches
Height 39 inches
Seat Height 29.1 inches
Wheelbase 41.8 inches
Ground Clearance 4.9 inches
Front Brake Disc
Rear Brake Drum
Front Tire 3.50-10
Rear Tire 3.50-10
Front Rim 2.75 x 10
Rear Rim 2.75 x 10
Ignition CDI
Maximum Speed 27.13 mph
Net Weight 154 lbs
Gross Weight 220 lbs
Weight Capacity 313 lb
Battery 12V/4Ah
Packing Size 53 inches x 18 inches x 33 inches
Fuel Capacity 0.9 gal
Rear Suspension Dual Shocks
Accessories Instruction,Electrolyte,Long and Short Clip,Tool Box, side view rear Mirrors
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Poboy would enjoy those miniature photos. Easy to see.
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They are fun and actually comfortable to ride. I think mine is from the early 2000's, different company, but basically same design (clone) as this one and the real Honda's.

Mine is a 70cc, 3 speed Lifan engine and it pushes me along fine, so I'm sure a 125cc 4 speed would have no problem putting a smile on your face. That's a decent price too.

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The classic Hondas are nice but you'd worry about thrashing around an original. Not with this one though.

Might have to look into one of these. Thanks Bob.

Catchy name too. I gotta have me a Black Ape before someone cries foul and ruins everything.
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The classic Hondas are nice but you'd worry about thrashing around an original. Not with this one though.

Might have to look into one of these. Thanks Bob.

Catchy name too. I gotta have me a Black Ape before someone cries foul and ruins everything.
There are lots of these clones going around now. I just came across them. Some are semi-automatic (no clutch) some are manual. Most have 125cc engines now.

I've always wanted a manual minibike. But I, like many, enjoy the build process.

These are pretty big, 29" seat height. 42" wheel base. 18" Tires.

Front and Rear brakes, lights, electric start, MIRRORS.

Seems like a lot packaged for a very reasonable price.

Imagine how many pages it would take me to learn how to Hot Rod a 125cc engine. I'd have to copy and paste another entire forum here.
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Here's a 125cc Chinese Dirtbike.
$489.95

Semi Auto.
14" Front
12" Rear Wheel
Slightly Taller Seat
Slightly Longer Wheel base
Front and Rear Hydraulic Brakes

http://www.powersportsmax.com/produc...xoCmuQQAvD_BwE
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Seeing more of these Chinese scooters on the road. Problem is they don't go more than 35 mph and that's on flat land. On public roads they are becoming a nuisance.
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Seeing more of these Chinese scooters on the road. Problem is they don't go more than 35 mph and that's on flat land. On public roads they are becoming a nuisance.
I was't even thinking about registering it and stuff.

Careful what you say. I wouldn't want to get roughed up by a 125cc Chinese Motorcycle Club. A dozen or so of these bikes steadily gaining ground, catching up to you. At every red light!! Here they come again. Will it turn green in time? I don't know. You want to risk it? Having to check your rear mirror at every light? They might not be fast, but they are relentless.
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Am i the only one sitting here thinking why in the world is the exhaust under the engine on those? looks pretty slick though.
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Am i the only one sitting here thinking why in the world is the exhaust under the engine on those? looks pretty slick though.
Not sure. Maybe the location of the exhaust port and the location of the foot pegs?
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Am i the only one sitting here thinking why in the world is the exhaust under the engine on those? looks pretty slick though.
I see what you mean. Lots of valuable ground clearance lost to that exhaust pipe contraption.

Guess it really is a poor imitation of the Honda. NOT a clone.

They should have done it Honda style, those nitwits.
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