Question about Motorcycles
It is possible, BUT take into consideration the weight factor. Can the frame hold the weight of the motor and rider. If the frame is designed for a larger motor then by all means go for it, But you should take it easy on jumps or rough riding. Just use good common sense and be smart about it. its only a small bike but if you come off it and it slaps you a shot in the head the rest of your life if there is any you start talking to you gold fish and getting ansews LOL.
Posted on Apr 22, 2014
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