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Passing on these prices from the Manufacturer, the latest OGM 160cc (uses a YX 160cc engine) are in stock and ready to ship for Christmas. Blow out sale price on these bikes is $1600 SHIPPED to you.



160cc YX engine - Manual 4 Speed, 4 Up Shift, Start In Any Gear Transmission

5 Plate Clutch

Inner Rotor Kit

Lightened Oil Slinger

External Oil Cooler

26mm Carb

Dual Stage Air Filter



Frame:



Chromoly Cradle Frame

Removable Sub-Frame

3 Point Engine Mount

Suspension:



DNM Moto Piggy Back Reservoir Coil Over Rear Shock W/15 Setting

Compression And Rebound Adjustments 900lb Spring

Aluminum Pro Swing Arm W/Leverage Blocks

Front Forks - 7" Front And 8" Rear Travel (8" Of Front Travel W/Marzocchi Shivers as upgrade)



Wheels/Tires:



Front-14" Alloy Wheel/CNC Billet Hub/2.75X14" Innova Tire

Rear-12" Alloy Wheel/CNC Billet Hub/3.0X12" Innova Tire



Additional Features:



Chromoly Foot Peg Mount

Stainless Steel Foot Pegs

CNC Alloy Brake Pedal

CNC Alloy Shift Lever



1/4 Turn Throttle

Alloy Chain Guide

CNC Fuel Cap

Front & Rear Wave Disc Rotors

Steel Braided Brake Lines

32mm Big Bore Exhaust Pipe

Billet Adjustable Handle Bar Risers

Stainless Steel Fasteners

HD 3M Graphics



Dimensions & Capacities:

Overall Length 66"

Wheel Base 47"

Seat Height 31"



Dry Weight 142 lbs.

Ground Clearance 10"

Fuel Capacity 3 L

Oil Reservoir .95L









Contact and paypal - [email protected]

Payment - Credit card or paypal



Link to product on site - Ahp Minis
 

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heres a great vid posted on here a while ago of a new OGM SX150 PRO. It was all stock... check it out how fast this thing is... This is the 150 not the 160 keep in mind...



 

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teamchina08 said:
well anyone can copy a pitster..but id buy a pitster first. i might want parts someday for it.


I don't think anyone will argue with that, all parts are interchangeable though so in theory if you bought a copy of a Pitster and then bought parts from Pitster for it down the stretch you would be putting money in Pitsters pocket or in one of their dealers pockets.
 

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Does anyone have a photo of the sx160 - not the 150 in the above photo? I know they are basically the same as the 150, but surely there are a couple differences (graphics, fork color, and such?).



I have one ordered and expect it to arrive by the end of the week. It'd be great to see exactly what it will look like.
 

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Does anyone have a photo of the sx160 - not the 150 in the above photo? I know they are basically the same as the 150, but surely there are a couple differences (graphics, fork color, and such?).



I have one ordered and expect it to arrive by the end of the week. It'd be great to see exactly what it will look like.




They are the same, they just shipped them over with the 160 instead of the 150.
 

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I do know that it is coming from the last batch of 2008 OGM models, what may be called a 2008.5 model. Oh well, no biggie. I thought dealers would know more about what they sell. I am learning more and more about the pit bike industry every day.
 

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I do know that it is coming from the last batch of 2008 OGM models, what may be called a 2008.5 model. Oh well, no biggie. I thought dealers would know more about what they sell. I am learning more and more about the pit bike industry every day.


Wow way to burn me man, do you know how many products I have to keep inside my head each and every day along with orders, who owes what, etc. Give me a break man, I know you just want to get your shot in since you bought the bike elsewhere but I have no bad words towards you, why rattle me? Here I am just passing a long a deal a manufacturer has going on and someone has to be a complete jerk I am just trying to help people out and keep my head together.



ps - My grandmother passed away this week so sorry for not being 100% perfect with my thoughts, you guys need to get real.
 

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I hope you still feel like a tough guy camrider.



Anyone else, please don't be a jerk. Everyone knows what the bikes are, where else you can get them, I am just passing along this deal from the manufacturer so if you have something ridiculous to say please just keep it to yourself or do whatever you need to do to not interfere with this vendor post.
 

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Sorry about that AHP. I meant no disrespect toward you in particular. I have found this to be true with most every pit bike vendor that I have talked with. Most of them cannot even tell me who is going to deliver the bike. They will tell potential buyers that they have the bikes sitting on their floors ready to be shipped. If that were true, then there should be no problem knowing details about their bikes. The real truth is that they are in a warehouse waiting to be ordered.



I'm no newbie to motorcycles. I've been riding Jap MX bikes for over 25 yrs. I know what a dealer should know about their products.



I was just being honest about my feelings in the pit bike industry. I have no reason to hide them.



PS: The bike I ordered is coming from PA. ;)
 

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camrider, get over yourself. Mark is one of the most knowledgable people in the industry. You think even seasoned motorcycle dealers know every aspect of every bike and product they sell? I know there have been plenty of times I've asked an employee at my local MX shop something and they had to find the information.



This is a great deal, no matter what color forks are on it.
 
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