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    The CC size is irrelevant.

    Depending on the design of the bike.

    Stay away from any SuperCross style bike and go with an enduro like a TTR

    Example, a CR 80 is much more hard core than a TTR 230.

    4 stroke is more liner power and usually less maintenance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aforrest4 View Post
    The CC size is irrelevant.

    Depending on the design of the bike.

    Stay away from any SuperCross style bike and go with an enduro like a TTR

    Example, a CR 80 is much more hard core than a TTR 230.

    4 stroke is more liner power and usually less maintenance.
    Those little cr 80s are a beast
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    i would look into pitsters. Pitster pro 155 would be a great bike. Perfect size, race quality bikes and affordable.

    http://shop.pitsterpro.com/2009lxr160rfourteen.aspx
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    NinjaJo has a dirtbike for sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aforrest4 View Post
    The CC size is irrelevant.

    Depending on the design of the bike.

    Stay away from any SuperCross style bike and go with an enduro like a TTR

    Example, a CR 80 is much more hard core than a TTR 230.

    4 stroke is more liner power and usually less maintenance.
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    I've wanted 150R for some time now

    think it'd make a good cart track and dirt toy and make a pretty good pit bike even

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    less maintenance is always good lol. been browsing craigslist and whatnot....he is going to have to save some more change
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    150r is a fast bike. I really underestimated how much of a race bike it is. I like my xr100 and still haven't outgrown it lol
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    Found a klx110 for 999. It's a 03. Haven't done any research yet
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    Looks like that is a 14" wheel
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