Thank You racerx

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  1. Korbon_Dallas

    Korbon_Dallas Member

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    I know this isn't the right forum, but this is totally relevant here because this is where I get the most help by racerx because Technical is where I post questions. and I'm sure most will say the same about him in all the forums. After I sell my CT70, pictured. I know. the side badges are reversed. I have new ones but never put them on. I will totally miss racerX as he is 99% of the time the one who replies to my questions. OldCT is good too, but that's about it. I wish there were experts like them in my other pages, Usually opinions are all over the place on other forums I follow, like on FB. Thank you for everything racerX and OldCT. I can't wait for my CT125 ABS. Fuel Injection!!! Btw. Without racerx and Oldct, I would've left Lilhonda.com long ago.
     

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    Btw. I wouldn't sell the CT70 but the wife says since she and my kids don't ride anymore I can only have two bikes, and since I'm retired, she's my income, but I'm buying the CT125 ABS with the $4000 I just made selling my Vinyl Record Collection. So now my 2nd bike will be this, because it's so sandy everywhere I ride behind my house in Palm Springs. I bought the frame and put in a Predator 212 that I bought new in 2011 for $89. Broke it in and never used it. It's in the frame for picture purposes but I'm going to pull it and trick it out with all the ARCRACING.COM race parts. These dunes are right behind my house, and because of that I replaced my son's XR80 (after he outgrew his R50 and XR70) for this Yamaha BW80 2-Stroke, and he enjoyed riding again! bw.jpg bw1.jpg bw80.jpg
     
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    That is a neat lil minibike! I would have never sold my CR500 if I had that riding spot! Jealous...
    I can only reply to stuff I am familiar with and I am sure there are not a lot of Lifan guys here. But I do own a Lifan 140 in a CT70 frame and like it a lot. If you don't beat on it, they last quite a long time.
     
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    I recently sold this '05 CRF150F that I bought new. It handled the sand pretty good as it had about double the HP as when I first got it (It's pictured in the dunes before I got the black side covers). I'm 66 and none of my old riding buddies ride anymore, and I can't trust myself to just cruise around and not ride aggressively anymore so it's not safe to ride alone (can't ride aggressively on the ATV tire mini bike as it only goes about 25mph. I still regret selling it though and wouldn't have if I rode on the street (it has the Baja Designs Street legal kit), but I won't much at all anymore cuz of my 'turn left in front of you) accident on my BMW R80S in 1987. In the hospital for a month but survived. Got a settlement that in today's $$$'s would be about $250,000, so I moved to Oregon to live with my brother and bought a Yamaha 500 Thumper (now worried 'bout deer running front of me instead of cars), and fly fished, explored, and hunted game birds till I got tired of it and got a job with the Forest Service. Loved that job being outside (worked 95% of my jobs outside). Thanks again. I'm gonna miss you and racerx! crf150F.jpg
     
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