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My mate had one, never ran great..Redmurty wrote:always wanted a Fantic chopper (thumbs)
I always blew the head gasket (we were using beer mats so was probably the reason)
When it ran was quite quick though.
italjet 50(sold,but still the skin graft on my leg from exhaust burn!) 1988 yamaha yz125(sold blown up) 1992 Suzuki rm250(sold,freaking animal!) 1986 yamaha rd50 (sold,first road bike @16) 1985 Kawasaki ar80(sold) 1988 yamaha dt125(sold,didn't have a another bike for 10 years) 1983 Honda h100(sold)...
I would be interested to know what riders have owned over the years from mopeds scooters to full on Sports bikes. I have been riding legally since 1978 Honda SS50 5 speed with a 90cc conversion (so not legal but quick for a moped)SHusss! YB100 RD250 GT250 XS250 RD250LC RD350lc FT500 CB900 x2 VFR750 ...
:woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: (thumbs)Dark Knight wrote:I would not use lowering links to lower the seat height as it will upset the handling, there are a couple of suppliers offering a reduced thickness seat.
Or you could use boots with high heels.
I recently sold mine after 8 months of ownership. Very capable machine and grunty within limits. I am 5"9 and my bike a 2009 came with a lowered seat and I was still on tippie toe at junctions, you can buy lowering links for not alot of money. I only did a few trails/greelanes and boy is it heavy to...
Where do I start. I took one on a test ride for a few hours. Lowish seat, light compared to my other rides. Well built. Narrow. I have owned a 2011 Yamaha 1200 S10 from new. But this is truly gutless compared to the latest steel, I know everyone is different. The look is spot on. But the engine is n...