New Chinese version of the WR450F

looks more like a blue crf 450X

I'll keep buying the original. That stuff scares me!

looks more like a blue crf 450X

You're right, it does.

Looks good for a China bike, but 4 1/2" of rear travel.........no thanks. Not enough suspension for even a playbike.

The new dirt rider has a close up pic of it. Doesn't look too cheesy really up close. I wouldn't buy one though

The Chinese WR looks like it has way more travel than the advertised specs.

The displacement said 449ml? wth..

And the frame is "aluminium" must be some new type of metal.. /sarcasm

Junk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1 ml. = 1 cc

"aluminium" must be some new type of metal.. /sarcasm
English spelling...

What's amazing is 32 horsepower out of a 450...

They don't look too bad to me, again I would never buy one though

What if it came with a plate :excuseme:

How much does it sell for?????

What if it came with a plate :excuseme:

If it came plated and was $3000 or less I might:thinking:

PASS.

The only thing the Chinese build that isn't complete crap is General Tso's chicken.

No tanks.:excuseme:

The displacement said 449ml? wth..

And the frame is "aluminium" must be some new type of metal.. /sarcasm

[sarcastic]Oh dear. Another American embarrassing himself. You do know that your little island is surrounded by oceans, and beyond the horizon the world is not flat. And about 6000 miles to your East is this little island called Great Britain. Several hundred years ago they made up this funny language called English... Aluminium is one of the words that they made up to describe a silver coloured metal, it even made it on to the periodic table, and most every other country in the world adopted the same word, except the Asmericans who bastardised it in to Aluminum.

Oh... and the metric system is pretty funny too. It was designed mostly by those weird Frenchies to make things easy for everyone (except Asmericans). Like the freezing point of water is 0 oC, and the boiling point is 100 oC. 1 Litre of water = 1000mL, 1000cc = 1 Litre. er... 1cc =1mL? Guess what, 1 Litre of water weighs 1Kg and will fill vessel that is 10cm x 10cm x 10cm (1000cc)[/sarcastic]

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