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Can anyone help me identify what model my Kazuma atv is?

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Hi, I bought a four wheeler that i believe is a Kazuma. It says 150cc, there is a sticker on the rear left fender that talks about gas, oil, spark plug&gap, it also says the engine family is 7avtxox(by or times) .15nfg. it also says it was made in China and made by chongqing astronautical bashan motorcycle manf. co. ltd. i bought this from a guy in jamestown. i found the ad on craigslist. I am 14 and decieded to buy a atv. mjl01.jpg

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the sticker on the fender says the displacement is 149cc but the sticker on the side of my atv just says 150cc. no other stickers or company names beside who made it on my first post..

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Yesterday i tried to upload a picture of my four wheeler but it just came out as a little box with a red x in it, so i figured out how to upload it as my profile picture so maybe someone seen it before and ould tell me the make and/or model. thanks

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Without looking at a pic I can tell you it's a 150. If it says 149cc it's a 150. Motor manufacturers don't use uneven numbers if they don't have to.

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As a first step I would see if you can obtain the original bill of sale/origin from the seller. You will need to get that if you want to register it anyway.

They change body type/style so much it will be hard to tell about your ATV from the pic.

Here is a link for tech service at Bashan.

For technical support, you're requested to send your e-mail to [email protected]

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With so many chinese knock offs on the market today it's hard to say what your quad is,,,,but the guy down the road from me sells these and it looks like yours..Hensim brand probably GY6 engine and auto tranny, honda clone engine and parts are easy to get my son had a Carter Talon 150 buggy with that engine and it was a good runner..... :cute:Hensim 150cc Utility ATV Quad

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