I cant decide between the CH80 or the Titan

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  1. Etacron

    Etacron New Member

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    I am new and have not owned a MB. i was wanting something to commute between my apartment and college approx 2 mi away. its a small town and the traffic is vary minimal. I looked all around the web and found this forum. I am glad i did. i have allot of questions and many where answered here. but now i have narrowed my focus to Chris Hills CH80 or Dax's Titan. both seem to be vary good and both take pride in what they do.
     
  2. Buddy

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    You can't beat DAX for customer service. If you have ANY problems Duane will take care of you.

    I prefer 4-stroke engines but that's just me. Less maintenance, at least from my experience, and no oil mixing.
     
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  3. bandito

    bandito New Member

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    Titan has my vote, 80cc in tx is a motorcycle.
     
  4. Buddy

    Buddy New Member

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    Same in Utah. Can't go over 50cc.
     
  5. Charged-Reacter

    Charged-Reacter New Member

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    The problem with buying a CH80- IF leaving in United States is
    the shipping charges of $40.00. If a person had to return the CH80
    for some reason. There is another $40.00 shipping charge. Then
    after he looks at it and decides to send you another CH80, There
    is another $40.00 shipping charge. So if a person would happen to
    recieve a bad motor, but I would bet that rarely happens, but I would
    hate to be that person it happened to. So with that being said.....
    listen to what the others are saying about Dax.
     
  6. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Go for the Titan...easier to install and more user friendly in the long run. In my opinion it doesn't look as cool as the in frame, but then again it will attract less attention.

    I would definitely go for the Titan.
     
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  7. strotter

    strotter New Member

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    Titan. 4 stroke all the way.
     
  8. geerhed

    geerhed New Member

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    Titan.. no mixing more reliable.
     

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  9. Venice Motor Bikes

    Venice Motor Bikes Custom Builder / Dealer/Los Angeles

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    My vote is for ANY 2 stroke!! The 4 strokes blow, & are very expensive!!!
     

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