Bullit 125

from what ive read, if the engines werent chinese shit this could be a great little ripper

Hero 125

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That stock? I can dig it

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Jimmy Cincinnati /

Ive had some good reliable bikes with chinese engines. It really comes down to what factory / manufacture makes them. Lifan seems pretty solid, and ive had some luck with Zongshens. Not all chinese engines are built the same.

I dont mind the bike but the seat looks un-comfy and the small fenders look pointless. Price tag seems a bit steep too - might as well consider a Honda rebel or Kawasaki Ninja for that cost.

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Those are all such different bikes.... that’s like saying “oh that salads expensive, might as well just get a spicy chicken sandwich or $.89 cheeseburger”

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Blaine- The artist formerly known as Plumber Crack "(OFMC)" /

> jayson sumpter Wrote:

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> Those are all such different bikes.... that’s like saying “oh that

> salads expensive, might as well just get a spicy chicken sandwich or

> $.89 cheeseburger”

Lol. Drawing some serious parallels here.

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Dirty30 Dillon /

Fuck Gulf livery.

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Overpriced Parts /

Wow about 4,000$ usd for that hero bike !

Looks cool though !

Oh for the days of the clean low mileage hardly used Japanese 2 stroke enduro bikes you could get for 3-400 bucks like these I was washing the mud off of here in the 80s,

Twice as powerful/fast as any lifan of same cc, way more reliable, all they needed was a bore job and oversize piston every 9-11,000 miles which cost about 90 bucks, cleaning of the exhaust chamber, and clutch pads if you were too abusive on the clutch,

If you were brave and didn’t use the bike on the dirt you could throw a velocity stack on it, up jet carb, a bigger chamber and could make like 30 horsepower out of a 175-250cc engine and bikes some as small as 125cc you could put a motocross top end, carburetor and exhaust on it and make near 30hp

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I was dumb, I sold them cheap because I got them cheap, I wish I would’ve hung onto one or two of them from the dozens of 90-350cc ones I had/worked on before the Internet came in with craigslist, eBay and then prices went through the roof

It would be cool to get that hero bike, toss the lifan off of it and put a nice built Japanese 125-250cc two-stroke engine on it,

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> Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

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> Fuck Gulf livery.

yeah, its over the top but the others aint too bad tho

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Dirty30 Dillon /

I think the bike is great, I just think that the obsession with the Gulf colors is WHACK

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Overpriced Parts /

> ..... poop Wrote:

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> > Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:

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> > Fuck Gulf livery.

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> yeah, its over the top but the others aint too bad tho

With No rear fender the dirt and mud is going to be over your whole clothing !

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who rides in the mud clothed?

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> Ken Roff Wrote:

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> Wow about 4,000$ usd for that hero bike !

>

> Looks cool though !

>

> Oh for the days of the clean low mileage hardly used Japanese 2 stroke

> enduro bikes you could get for 3-400 bucks like these I was washing the

> mud off of here in the 80s,

>

> Twice as powerful/fast as any lifan of same cc, way more reliable, all

> l they needed was a bore job and oversize piston every 9-11,000 miles

> which cost about 90 bucks, cleaning of the exhaust chamber, and clutch

> pads if you were too abusive on the clutch,

>

> If you were brave and didn’t use the bike on the dirt you could throw a

> a velocity stack on it, up jet carb, a bigger chamber and could make

> like 30 horsepower out of a 175-250cc engine and bikes some as small as

> 125cc you could put a motocross top end, carburetor and exhaust on it

> and make near 30hp

>

> I was dumb, I sold them cheap because I got them cheap, I wish I

> would’ve hung onto one or two of them from the dozens of 90-350cc ones I

> had/worked on before the Internet came in with craigslist, eBay and then

> prices went through the roof

>

>

>

> It would be cool to get that hero bike, toss the lifan off of it and put

> a nice built Japanese 125-250cc two-stroke engine on it,

I miss those cheap enduro's too, used to get them at garage sales....now they cost a fortune.

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