Atomik nitrous 160cc

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I'm buying a 2011 all stock Atomik nitrous 160cc that hasnt done much riding

what are the first upgrades i should do?

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Give it some fresh oil while your at it, use wet clutch specific motorbike oil, non or semi synthetic. I use castrol power1, but thats around 60 bucks for 4 litres. Upgrading to a genuine ngk spark plug is a good idea to.
 

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1) Suspension (At least the front)
2) 26mm OKO
3) Lightened stator
4) Bars
5) Sprokets and chain

In that order i reckon. The sprokets and chain i had on mine lasted for ages, it was checked and adjusted before each ride though. The Bars bend like butter, but i reckon the shocks would probably give out before the bars.
 

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Okay thanks for your help guys, what forks and bars would you suggest upgrading to for a reasonable price ? I have seen a lot of people using pro taper bars I guess they are pretty good?
 

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pro tapers or renthal for bars, ive got both and id recommend either, forks i like fastace i had a set of as03 and loved them they were around $400 from memory.
 

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DNM or Fastace for forks. Bars? Iv'e always had ProTapers, but everyone likes different things. If you stick to a decent brand at least they wont bend like the stock ones.
 

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okay thanks for the suggestions guys i will look into upgrading as soon as these ones need replacing! :)
 

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Definately forks and shock first. Trust me. They are throwaway items.
Everything else can be replaced as it breaks.....
I still have my original chain and sprockets after a good 2 years of punishment!
 

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okay thanks this is my first pit bike so don't really have anything to compare too shock and forks wise.
wow they lasted a while then!
i see you have a 1/4 turn throttle on yours, is this a worth while upgrade? what are the pros and cons?
 

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