Has anyone ever built a pitbike?

11/8/2017 10:23am Edited Date/Time 11/13/2017 8:51am
Has anyone ever fully modded a pitbike out with sick suspension a race motor? If so post pictures of your Pit bike builds
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11/9/2017 9:51am
I've done a couple, took a stock ttr 125, fitted yz85 kit forks, rear shock, big bore 150, stroked, ported and polished head, cam, valves, gusseted frame,frame cradle and bigger carb. Im planning on putting a yz85 rear end on but it works well already. I also did a pitster pro 140 and made it a 185 with a bunch of small other mods, You can do alot of stuff for fair cheap.
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11/9/2017 10:04am
My son had a crf50, as he grew we modded the bike, fast 50s clamp and bars, billet throttle and front brake, stiffer fork springs, better rear shock, bills pipe, black plastics with bud racing Rockstar graphics, taller seat... It was an awesome little bike, we owned it for 5-6 years and when I sold it I got just over what I paid for it.... With Christmas coming folks, if your thinking first bike time, you can’t go wrong with the baby CRF....
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11/9/2017 9:12pm
82 Z50 couple mods.. Recently put Zokes and a 150 motor in it. Last pics are a 4speed 88cc tb race head thats broken right now and stock klx110 forks.









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11/10/2017 4:49am Edited Date/Time 11/10/2017 4:52am
Bought myself a brand new CRF50 back in 2005 to mess round with at my folks place for the days when I couldn't take the 125 out!

Haven't done any motor work besides upgrading the air filter (I wanted to keep the motor as standard as possible - isn't that the fun of a fiddy?), but chucked some Red Baron forks and rear shock on, upgraded the swingarm, bars, footpegs,skid plate,and an FMF pipe on it... Think that's it.... I don't use it all that much anymore as my dad used to get a bit annoyed with me tearing up his garden, so it only ever makes an appearance in the summer:



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11/10/2017 5:59am

i have a Z with a few mods




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11/10/2017 11:10am
Does this count?








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11/10/2017 1:21pm
joshcox501 wrote:
I've done a couple, took a stock ttr 125, fitted yz85 kit forks, rear shock, big bore 150, stroked, ported and polished head, cam, valves, gusseted...
I've done a couple, took a stock ttr 125, fitted yz85 kit forks, rear shock, big bore 150, stroked, ported and polished head, cam, valves, gusseted frame,frame cradle and bigger carb. Im planning on putting a yz85 rear end on but it works well already. I also did a pitster pro 140 and made it a 185 with a bunch of small other mods, You can do alot of stuff for fair cheap.
What was required to do the forks and shock?
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11/12/2017 12:12pm
Sparoonie wrote:
82 Z50 couple mods.. Recently put Zokes and a 150 motor in it. Last pics are a 4speed 88cc tb race head thats broken right now...
82 Z50 couple mods.. Recently put Zokes and a 150 motor in it. Last pics are a 4speed 88cc tb race head thats broken right now and stock klx110 forks.









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11/13/2017 5:26am
joshcox501 wrote:
I've done a couple, took a stock ttr 125, fitted yz85 kit forks, rear shock, big bore 150, stroked, ported and polished head, cam, valves, gusseted...
I've done a couple, took a stock ttr 125, fitted yz85 kit forks, rear shock, big bore 150, stroked, ported and polished head, cam, valves, gusseted frame,frame cradle and bigger carb. Im planning on putting a yz85 rear end on but it works well already. I also did a pitster pro 140 and made it a 185 with a bunch of small other mods, You can do alot of stuff for fair cheap.
mattyhamz2 wrote:
What was required to do the forks and shock?
Forks are super easy, used 85 clamps, and brake. You can use the ttr wheel and axle. Rear shock has alot more work, you have to loose the air filter or turn the shock around and make a linkage set up, I went with the whole rear end off the 85 so i got disc brakes. Rather ride that bike then my 450
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11/13/2017 8:51am
joshcox501 wrote:
I've done a couple, took a stock ttr 125, fitted yz85 kit forks, rear shock, big bore 150, stroked, ported and polished head, cam, valves, gusseted...
I've done a couple, took a stock ttr 125, fitted yz85 kit forks, rear shock, big bore 150, stroked, ported and polished head, cam, valves, gusseted frame,frame cradle and bigger carb. Im planning on putting a yz85 rear end on but it works well already. I also did a pitster pro 140 and made it a 185 with a bunch of small other mods, You can do alot of stuff for fair cheap.
mattyhamz2 wrote:
What was required to do the forks and shock?
joshcox501 wrote:
Forks are super easy, used 85 clamps, and brake. You can use the ttr wheel and axle. Rear shock has alot more work, you have to...
Forks are super easy, used 85 clamps, and brake. You can use the ttr wheel and axle. Rear shock has alot more work, you have to loose the air filter or turn the shock around and make a linkage set up, I went with the whole rear end off the 85 so i got disc brakes. Rather ride that bike then my 450
Thanks man!

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