What pro circuit parts fit a baja dirt runner 150


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  • MixedMxRider22

Posted January 07, 2014 - 04:04 PM

#1

I got a baja dirt runner 150 and I want to add some pro circuit parts to it. I chose pro circuit because I did research on fmf and pro circuit. I thought personally that out of what I heard pro circuit is better. So what parts should I use to put in the bike. I really want to know what mufflers will fit the bike it is a 4 stroke also.

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  • KcDavis

Posted January 07, 2014 - 09:09 PM

#2

Why not contact Pro Circuit and ask?

  • leafsrule16

Posted January 08, 2014 - 07:49 AM

#3

None. Your bike is an off brand bike that nobody makes parts for. Furthermore, the difference between not only pro circuit and FMF is pretty much nothing just as there is such a small difference from aftermarket to stock in a lot of cases as well. You're just paying for bling and honestly, why would you bling a baja runner? If you want something "cool" get a 125 and put some "pro circuit parts" on that. There's nothing that can be done to make an off-brand Chinese bike "cool" sorry to tell you. It's like when guys dump a ton of money into their Honda Civic's instead of just getting something cool but in this case even worse... like dumping money into some chinese car we never heard of that nobody makes parts for and is worth $200 used. 







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