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Mototrig

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It's an '08 Xtreme Machine 100-110cc 2 smoke.
Looking for motor parts, specifically a starter.

I can usually find parts for anything. But this is not your run of the mill GY6 powered ride.

It's also titled and reg'd so worth keeping for my 7 year old.

I can post more detailed pics of the engine if needed

EDIT: single speed auto clutch

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JUSTWANNARACE

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It's an '08 Xtreme Machine 100-110cc 2 smoke.
Looking for motor parts, specifically a starter.

I can usually find parts for anything. But this is not your run of the mill GY6 powered ride.

It's also titled and reg'd so worth keeping for my 7 year old.

I can post more detailed pics of the engine if needed

EDIT: single speed auto clutch

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Get some better pics. I believe those are the same(if I remember correctly) as the Polaris sportsman 90's
 

JUSTWANNARACE

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Alright have to get pics when I get home.
Sorry I was thinking Polaris scrambler 90. But the motor on the scrambler, sportsman and predator are all pretty much the same the main difference being head dome design for power!
 

Mototrig

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Sorry I was thinking Polaris scrambler 90. But the motor on the scrambler, sportsman and predator are all pretty much the same the main difference being head dome design for power!
There's so little room in there it's very hard to get a decent shot around the frame and plastics. I'll have a look at a micro fish online of the Polaris 90. thanks for the heads up hopefully that is it
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There was a place called KPM Motorsports in Lake Elsinore that specialized in all these china bikes, might try looking them up.
 

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The Hensim 50 and 70 were the only semi-useable ones back then when I was exploring them.
 

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Had one for my son. Couldn’t ride it in the dunes without it falling apart. Mainly an around the camp rider. Spent more time fixing it than riding it. Easy to make a change to a Honda 90 and never look back...
 
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