2008 polini Xp65r

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1/20/2018 11:09 PM

This bike was raced by Jamison duclose which recently turned pro. Some of u guys may know his father mike which is the owner of rock river power sports in WI.

Any way I picked up the bike from a dude in Illinois, I’m trying to think of his name but I have seemed to forgotten it. This guys daughter rode it around a little and guy just didn’t have a need for it. So I was interested in it as it was/is super fresh and went and picked it up for a stack. Turns out bike has ceramic bearings in it and has little to no time on it.

I know many of you guys are into the big bikes but since my kids are getting older and there interests grow stronger into mx I figured I’d post some of there bikes up.

And this bike will have you drooling over it.
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1/20/2018 11:11 PM

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1/20/2018 11:14 PM

We also winded up getting a practice bike that is the same model as well., the bike is currently undergoing some maintenance but will soon be ready for action as snow is on the ground here and prep is all we can do for right now.Photo

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1/21/2018 9:39 AM

Man that bike is sweet. I remember my polini 50sr.. and for $1000 that was definitely good buy.

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1/22/2018 2:02 AM

Hondas4Life3 wrote:

Man that bike is sweet. I remember my polini 50sr.. and for $1000 that was definitely good buy.

well for 1500 i got both so i didnt think that was a bad deal. comes down to both bikes having ceramic bearings as well internally and in the wheels.

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1/23/2018 10:28 AM

I was never aware that Polini built 65s. They look great, nice find!

The engine looks a lot like a KX65 mill. Does it share any parts?

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1/23/2018 1:02 PM

@sherriff245 it’s so far the best 65 I’ve ever revved. It pulls so hard. I am honestly shocked on why these guys quit making them. Everyone says they handle like crap but I just don’t see it possible. I have a son that is super talented so we will see what happens and I doubt seriously that any kx65 parts will fit.

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1/28/2018 7:43 PM

I know those bikes. Yeah those bikes were taken care of very well an kept in mint condition at all times.

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1/29/2018 10:04 AM

rob162 wrote:

I know those bikes. Yeah those bikes were taken care of very well an kept in mint condition at all times.

Did you know these motors had ceramic bearings In them?

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3/23/2018 2:55 PM

rob162 wrote:

I know those bikes. Yeah those bikes were taken care of very well an kept in mint condition at all times.

4csHATER wrote:

Did you know these motors had ceramic bearings In them?

Yeah thats what came in them when we got them. I used to work at crank works in AZ when i lived out there. Was gonna have them ship us new sets but they were mint like no wear at all. Those bikes were fast lil shits for sure!

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12/14/2018 4:45 PM

I'm in Texas and just picked one of these up for cheap the other day. WHERE THE HELL CAN I FIND PARTS FOR THEM LOL

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5/15/2019 9:57 AM

Did anyone find out where to get parts for the 2008 Polini 65cc?

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7/18/2019 4:56 AM

The engine is a ebs050 derbi base. smile

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9/5/2019 9:41 AM

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9/5/2019 9:43 AM

4csHATER

How is your kid liking the bikes?

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9/5/2019 1:27 PM

okd post sold bikes on new ktm now, but i can tell you for sure 110 % the polinis put out an insane amount of power compared to the new ktm 65 or yamaha 65. when those polinis hit they hit harder than any other 65 i have rode.

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9/5/2019 1:32 PM

Does anyone know where I can get the kickstarter and rear brake pedal and linkage for a 2008 Polini 65cc?
I don't see it on the midsouthminimoto.com site.

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9/16/2019 3:21 AM

maybe try these https://www.racing-planet.de/start-lever-xp-65-r-p-297934-1.html
says it is back order item, but worth a try smile

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