140cc pit pro 2008 model review

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  1. Mar 4, 2008 #1

    pickles09

    pickles09

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    Frame: Revolutionary Chromolly twin pipe extended Chromolly frame with bolt on sub frame and cradle

    Swing Arm Pro Link Alloy rear swing arm

    Front Suspension Heavy duty USD front forks

    Rear Suspension Nitrogen charged resivour rear shock absorber

    Rear Wheel BLUE rim with alloy hub assembly. Heavy duty spokes (32). High tensile axle. MX knobby tyres, 15mm axles

    Front Wheel BLUE rim with alloy hub assembly. Heavy duty spokes (32). High tensile axle. MX knobby tyres, 15mm axles

    Handle bars Alloy handle bars BLUE Handle bar grips Half waffle design soft grips

    Controls Alloy spring loaded folding brake & clutch levers
    Triple clamps Silver alloy tripple clamp assembly

    Front brake Front hydraulic disc brakes, wave rotors, braided lines Rear brake Chromolly brake pedal.

    Rear brakes hydraulic disc brakes, wave rotors, braided lines

    Foot peg Chromolly reinforced foot peg mount, alloy foot pegs

    Body specs CRF style plastics, 3M decal kit, tall foam BLACK mx seat

    Exhaust and muffler 30mm alloy exhaust system

    Maximum load 100kg

    Maximum speed 100km/h (depends on rider weight, and conditions)

    G.W./N.W. 70/65kg

    Seat height 750mm

    Wheel Base: 1150mm

    Fuel capacity 3L

    Other features Alloy gear lever, chrome fuel cap, KMC chain


    Engine Specifications

    Engine Model Genuine Lifan 1P56FMJ Big Bore Factory Race Engine Engine
    Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, oil cooled, horizontal cylinder Brand Lifan

    Compression Ratio 9.0:1

    Maximum Output KW/HP 12HP (7500 +/- 500r/min)

    Maximum Torque NM Max.

    Power & Rotating Speed: 8.0kw/7500r/min
    Idle Speed 1500 +/- 500r/min)

    Starting System Kick only

    Clutch Type Wet multi plate, heavy duty, mounted on main shaft
    Transmission Gear Type 4-speed Manual, all gears up, N1234, starts in any gear

    Carburetor 30mm Mikuni with matching manifold Ignition

    CDI Fuel Type High octane unleaded fuel (95 or higher)

    Spark Plug Type/Gap NGK CR7HSA

    Engine Oil Grade Non synthetic 10W/40SF 4-stroke oil Engine Oil Capacity 1100ml

    Magneto Type Electronic lightened flywheel with RACING ignition system

    Intake/Exhaust: Large 27mm inlet and 23mm exhaust valve Bore/Stroke: 55mm bore X 59mm stroke (Genuine 140.23cc displacement)

    Cooling: High flow Billet alloy oil cooler with braided lines, fed directly from the crankcase oil pump.

    My review!

    I have had this bike for a few months now and it is a great litl bike!
    Very reliable! heaps of power in these engines with a great bottom and top end speed.
    iI ride my pitty hard every weekend and it hasnt missed a beat. ive hit jumps with it and it holds up fine.
    they have a desecnt frame in them too.

    Dislikes : the fold bak levers are a pain in the arse they break more than the solid ones better to get the solid ones.
    the chain is not too good either a kmc 428 pretty dogy chain in my opinion. the bike also stands too uprite and rolls away on
    the slitest of hills!

    i reckomend this bike for someone that hasnt got the big dollars and wants something reliable and has lots of power for a pitty.
    also go buy some loctite and locktite the sprocket bolts, chain guard bolts, exsaust bolts, the headset bolts and also the bolts in the frame to make sure ur bolts dont rattle loose.

    All up i give this bike a 7/10 great bike !

    cheers mick

    ow and i put air from my air compressor in the rear suspention and it made it have alot more rebound its not like a pogo stick anymore haha!

    http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii169/pickles_76/mybike.jpg

    http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii169/pickles_76/104_1010.jpg
     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2008
  2. Mar 4, 2008 #2

    WyldOne

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    Nice bike mate!

    Could you possably get a photo of the frame for me? From a side view.
     
  3. Nov 1, 2008 #3

    dgk22

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    i might be getting the same bike this year 4 xmas
     
  4. Dec 8, 2008 #4

    MSO 140

    MSO 140

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    you can get an mso for the same price :D and mso are a better brand no offense;) . with mso the 140s is a great bike my mates were doin 40 footers on it i give pit pro a 5/10 and mso a 9/10:cool:
     
  5. Apr 11, 2009 #5

    Nadr

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    MSO 140, please please please.. Just go die.
     

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