Skyteam ST125-6 Couldn't help it

Discussion in 'CT70 Reproductions' started by Deoodles, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. Deoodles

    Deoodles Well-Known Member

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    I found this in a craigslist search and it was cheap enough to pick it up for fun. Still looks new with clear plastic on some chrome parts. Came with a title and runs well, not perfect but well. Can anyone tell me anything about them? it does have a 5.1 liter gas tank and emissions. Everything works.
     

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  3. dezzie

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    My skyteam!

    Decent quality clone, I have one with extensive mods!
     

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  4. CT_ADVENTURES

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    This guy has a video on youtube, shows the bike being delivered, un-crating it and assembling it. You might find it interesting if you haven't already seen it. I just

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6cMMjOjgjw




    I just realized the initial post is a few months old, oh well.
     
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  5. Waveraider

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    Assembly of what you get look easier than rebuilding a carburator. Still not bad to watch and seeing what you get.
     
  6. WaltonFeep

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    New member here. I have 20 acres on a gravel road in Washington. I think a CT70 or a clone would be a good way to get around. Are they any updates on the Skyteam clone? Are they proving reliable? I see original Honda's restored on eBay going for 3k. Thanks in advance for advice!
     
  7. Tripod

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    The owner of the Honda shop told me that he has customers bringing in their atv's for maintenance that have over 100k miles on them from driving around the orchards.
     
  8. Deoodles

    Deoodles Well-Known Member

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    I cant say anything bad. I did replace the motor with a Honda 108 stroker. The original 125 was still running fine when removed and may get reinstalled one day. Also put a Honda rear hub, swing arm bolt and chain on it for reliability. have put about 1K road miles on it without issues
     
  9. Waveraider

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    I installed a Honda swing arm bolt as well, but my swing arm seems to wobble back-and-forth quite a bit. Is there any bushings that should be installed as well?
     

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