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Old 19 May 2008, 08:31 am
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Default i have a 50cc honda dirtbike has no clutch and revs rlly high in nutral?

my 50cc honda revs real high when choke is low or high and what is a better bike for me im about 87 lbs. about 4'7 but why is the bike reving so high please answer
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Old 19 May 2008, 08:46 am
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read...this is the CAR aisle...not for BIKES.
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