Pitster Pro Mini

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12/1/2018 5:09 AM

Are these things worth anything? Also can you still get parts? Friend has this one... Photo


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12/1/2018 6:34 AM

Don’t do it.... All that needs said


12/1/2018 7:11 AM

Maybe $500


12/1/2018 7:17 AM

Mines buried in the backyard somewhere


12/1/2018 8:35 AM


12/1/2018 10:51 AM

kb228 wrote:

Maybe $500

Remove one zero from that amount. That’s IF it’s running......


12/1/2018 10:55 AM

Out of all the Chinese bikes those were the best but I don't know how the 50 based chassis was. Kind of looks weird. The 110 based model was pretty decent though. It had a lifan engine in it and they were pretty durable from what I remember


12/1/2018 11:41 AM

They arn't bad if you don't beat em too hard, for a small kid to play around the back yard is ok.
Problems you'll run into is blowing the shock, forks leaking, shifting issues, the shifting stars were not ramped deep enough.
Getting parts can be hard, usually you have to buy a whole component...like an entire engine.
check gpx moto
I wouldn't pay more that $150 $200 max


12/1/2018 11:44 AM

This is the old version, very bad not worth much. They got a little better as time progressed.


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12/1/2018 3:54 PM

Buy a new Chinese bike instead. They are pretty good for the price these days. $800 shipped can have you something that will blow a Japanese 110 away. Just search the internet. A complete new engine is only $200. I wouldn't pay for the name either. They are all about the same.


12/1/2018 6:37 PM

can't speak to that model, but i had 2 that i put 100s of hours on (at 6'2, 240 lbs). if i liked wrenching, i'd of kept them—but when something did break, it was hard finding a shop that'd be willing to touch them. totally disagree with the reliability, and getting parts was never an issue—tbolt had anything i needed.

i upgraded to a KLX140L. it feels more natural and quality, but it also was 2x the price, more with the mods to get the suspension decent.