49cc SSR Motorsports Sx50 Pit Bike
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- IN STOCK 10"wheel***
- 2 Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled
- Adjustable Speed Limiter,Automatic ,Pull Start
- key ignition kill switch (parental security)
- Engine 50.53 cc.* WE HAVE REPLACEMENT PARTS
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Model SX50 Swing Arm Straight Type Engine 50.53 cc. Engine Type 2 Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled Transmission Automatic Start Mode Pull Start Max Power 2.41 hp/7000 rpm Fuel Tank 0.26 gal Carburetor H117AFLOAT Front Spring, Inverted Rear Shock Wheel Front/Rear 10/10" Alloy Tire Front 2.5-10; Rear 2.5-10 Front Brake Disc Rear Brake Disc Min. Ground 7.5 in. Wheel Base 33 in. Color Black, Blue, Orange, Red, White, Green Weight 48.5lb (With Adjustable Speed Limiter)
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-Less than two weeks after getting the bike, the clutch had to be replaced.
-A few weeks after that, one of the fuel lines disintegrated and had to be replaced.
-Not too long after that, the pull starter rope broke. In the process of trying to wind the rope back on (which was another nightmare) one of the springs inside the coil snapped.
-Additionally, unless you buy this bike preassembled, the graphics (stickers) are not on the bodywork. You have to put them on. The graphics are all flat but go on curved bodywork, so nothing really lays flat and the graphics end up with ridges and folds in them, and dirt gets stuck under them.
-The bike has a key, but the ignition is just zip tied somewhere on the bike and prone to be ripped off in a fall. I moved the ignition to the handlebars to keep it away from the ground.
-Finding a dealer who will sell parts for these wasn't easy.
-No chain guide. The chain just drags along the frame.
-There is a screw to govern the throttle but it only has a couple of positions and I couldn't tell a difference between them. Even unrestricted, at full speed, the bike barely went fast enough to be stable.
Positives about the bike:
-It is really cheap. If you think of it as a disposable bike, that's not too far from the truth. We bought this rather than spend $1500-$2000 on a new big name brand bike, in case he fell over a couple of times and was no longer interested.
-It is really light. I never used a ramp to put it in my truck. I just grabbed the frame and handlebars and set it in the bed. This also means it's easy for kids to pick up when they drop it.
Would NOT buy or recommend an SSR product.