CR80 with shift kit

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  1. 60weight

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    Year and manufacturer, no idea... looks like a fairly normal 66cc 'China Girl/CG/HT' kit.. includes shift kit and expansion chamber? Not a bad deal for $220, the motor kit is usually arounf $150, expansion chambers go for an average of around $40-$50, the shift kit is a nice bonus, they can go for up to a couple hundred bucks.

    Overall, even without year and manufacturer that's a pretty good deal.
     
  3. 60weight

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    Your right CTripps.. guess I will try for it. Wonder if it belongs to anyone here.
     
  4. 60weight

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    Says it came from Bikeberry in 2012, maybe a "Mega"
     
  5. 16v4nrbrgr

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    Ah you had me thinking, "Honda CR80 doesn't need a shift kit, it's a shifter kart engine!" lol
     
  6. 60weight

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    Me to when I saw the posting :)
     
  7. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Bikeberry's shift kit was prone to breaking the front freewheel from what I hear.
    But the avaerage shift kit costs $250 and up for the good SBP kit. Maybe add the HD front freewheel from SBP to improve reliability. I've had several problems with bikeberry and never had any good results. I will no longer buy from them, but your deal sounds pretty darn good on the numbers alone.
     
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    Thanks for the advise Maniac57,I decided to pass on this deal..its also 100 miles away,he forgot to put they moved in the post.
     
  9. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Somebody is getting a shift kit with a free engine included at that price. I just noticed it claims to be the SBP deluxe shifter kit II which retails for more than the asking price by itself.
     
  10. Huffydavidson

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    If you price it out like this
    $150.00 Engine kit
    $ 79.00 Expansion chamber
    $250.00 Shiftkit
    And free shipping you
    come up
    anybody got a calculator handy
    lmao
     
  11. 60weight

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    Yep HD it looks like a good deal.Hes in Sherman/Denison Texas up by Oklahoma to far fer me right now.
     
  12. Pablo

    Pablo Master Bike Builder & Forum Sponsor

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    That's a screaming deal.

    No need for the HD FW - the kit comes with it. And not sure where the $250 and up for the Shifter Kit comes from.

    If anyone is close jump on that!
     
  13. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Just a ballpark figure Pablo, no offence intended.
    Whatever the actual numbers, it's a great deal from the looks.
     
  14. CTripps

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    Rounding off the numbers from Sick Bike Parts, approximate prices are:
    Motor kit @ $150
    Expansion chamber @ $75 (SPB)
    HD Shift Kit @ $200

    Totalling about $425, not accounting for taxes and shipping.. So it's a definite savings of at least $200, or as said before, the shift kit is "free/included".

    If I lived close enough I'd be all over that deal.
     
  15. Pablo

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    No problem mate.
     

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