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Jetmoto - 90cc / 50cc

Jetmoto

90cc MSRP $1079

50cc MSRP $999

* Dual A-Arm Shocks

* Safety Remote Kill

* Fully Automatic

* Chain Drive

90cc MSRP $1079

50cc MSRP $999

NOT BAD!!!

I believe kidatvs sells these....

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Yes we do. We sell the 90 for $795 and the 50 for $725. If anybody has any questions feel free to give us a call at 866-543-7823.

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Does the 50 sit on the same chassis as the 90 does? It looks as though the foot pads are a bit higher then the bottom of the frame. Does it have remote kill?

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Does the 50 sit on the same chassis as the 90 does? It looks as though the foot pads are a bit higher then the bottom of the frame. Does it have remote kill?

Yes and Yes, but Jetmoto is looking at different options for there 90 and 50. They are out of stock. We do have some other 90's that are imported by Jetmoto, they just don't have the Jetmoto name on them. They have the same warranty.

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