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so are the engines still as reliable or will they break down and start to cause trouble after a month???



do u have one???
 

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afgomar93 said:
are ssr bikes made in china???





what bikes are made in japaan??


Yes they are made in china,what models are you looking at?
 

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Yes they are made in china,what models are you looking at?




its a 125 ssr i dont relle no which model but i was wondering if its a chinese engine will it gimme problems
 

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ssr's are good bikes. as far as braking down in a month. I dont think so. Engines are strong, and you can build them up.
 

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SSR bikes are made in China, distributed out of California, and are considered one of the better chinese bikes. Hard to say which model you have, as there are a lot of 125 models, but some are better than others, without a doubt.
 

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JJW Designs said:
SSR bikes are made in China, distributed out of California, and are considered one of the better chinese bikes. Hard to say which model you have, as there are a lot of 125 models, but some are better than others, without a doubt.




im thinking of getting the a-1
 

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afgomar93 said:
im thinking of getting the a-1




The A-1 is a good solid beginer bike but keep this in mind,if you are over 100 pounds and plan on hitting jumps or ridding tracks you sould look into a different model.The reason I say this is the A-1 has a steel frame and pegmount.If you plane on getting into tracks and jumps spend a little more and get a model with a chromolly frame,like a B2 or a 90R
 

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suprisingly chinese motors tend to be pretty reliable. Its the little things like hit and miss shifting issues, or poorly made carburetors. The A1 looks like a great starting point. Its like buying pitbike parts in bulk... haha. Change the frame, shock, handlebars and controls to aftermarket honda and it would be a runner!



Edit: The controls actually might be acceptable... I would do some real bars anyways. The forks are solid, and the wheels are prettymuch industry standard so thats a plus.
 

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Go for the higher end model it'll be worth it in the long run.
 

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SUZUKIRM12594 said:
The common Jap bikes are

Suzuki

kawasaki

honda

yamaha



SSRs are chinese bikes. theyre still awsome bkes.


Look on a klx or drz 110 frame, made in Thailand I almost sh-t when I saw that.
 

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i agree, spend the extra money if u have it on a higher end one, well worth it in the long run.. i hear lots of good things about the ssr's...and as far as thailand?? lol where is that, not in japan i assume?
 
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