Pit Pro 150xr

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  1. Jan 4, 2009 #1

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    hey guys
    just asking if this bike would be good for me cause im 43kg n im not that bad of a rider like i can jump n that n i know how to control a bike so im not that bad (not like put around a paddok...lol)...also is the suspention really hard or soft i want it to be soft for my weight???

    Bike: pit pro 150xr

    Year: 2009

    Would this bike suit: a 43kg person whos not that bad of a rider??

    Price: $1499 buy i now or nearest offer. is this a good price??

    Link: http://cgi.ebay.com.au/2008-150XR-P...3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=66:2|65:1|39:1|240:1318

    is there any better midsized bikes for this price???

    cheers :D
     
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    An MSO 140s would be better value for money IMO..
     
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    please help cause im thinking about gettin 1...
     
  4. Jan 5, 2009 #4

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    For that amount of money get a MSO 140. Better quality.
     
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    any others!!!
     
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    i would offer 1200 at most for the pp.


    but seeming as your looking at the 1500 mark go with the mso. better bike and better service. just look at the 2 web pages side by side and read the specs and you will soon work out which one is the better bike
     
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    yeh im looking at spending about $1200 but dont know if its a good bike...(its gunna be my normal bike not like a little muck around bike) as im only 13!!! i want a midsized klx style 150 so is this the best for the price???

    THANX
     
  8. Jan 16, 2009 #8

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    coza,
    i ride a 150xr myself,
    and they are extreeeemely fast,
    i would highly reccomend them, if it is the midsized bike you are after.
    get some new bars and grips, and tighten everything up before riding,
    but i guarantee that you will leave all the other pitties for dead on this bike.

    i highly reccomend them for the price! and im 80kg, so you can imagine how fast it would be for you!
     
  9. Jan 16, 2009 #9

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    i still reconmend the MSO.
     
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    hey mate
    yer my mate wants one
    i want a bigger bike so im gonna go the TTY 150 big wheel on gasmanbikes.com.au
    check it out
    its 1200
     

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