Kx100 vs Crf150r


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  • LoftonBarkman13

Posted April 29, 2012 - 07:32 PM

#1

Hey everyone ! I am currently riding a crf150r and it is to small. I live in Manitoba and want to continue racing 85cc 12-15 and supermini. Would the kx100 be aloud in those classes? And does the kx100 have a bigger engine than the kx85? Thanks ! Please reply!

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  • Maxxed0ut

Posted April 30, 2012 - 10:14 PM

#2

Hey everyone ! I am currently riding a crf150r and it is to small. I live in Manitoba and want to continue racing 85cc 12-15 and supermini. Would the kx100 be aloud in those classes? And does the kx100 have a bigger engine than the kx85? Thanks ! Please reply!


Essentialy, the KX100 is an 85 bored out to a 100 and everything else is the same besides the seat height. CRF150R is allowed in 85 Class but the CRF150RB (Expert/Bigwheel) is only allowed in the supermini class. So is the KX100. I myself am racing 85cc 12-15 right now and also want to race supermini but I find myself right now wanting a ktm 105sx or a crf150rb so if I were you, pick a class. This fall I'll be moving up to Supermini.





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