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2008 Apex MXR 100cc 2-stroke mini quad *Race Ready*

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08 Apex MXR 100cc 2-stroke mini quad - Race ready & well maintained.


  • Motor & transmission was refreshed including new gaskets & bearing in February 2012 & only has 3 races since.

  • Frame Gusseted

  • Swingarm strengthened

  • New 428 chain

  • Kehin Carb jetted & tuned to Hetrick Generation 1 Pipe

  • Custom made Aluminum motor mounts top & bottom

  • 2010 Apex adjustable shocks

  • Slipper Sprocket

  • Stock Nerf Bars

  • Copper radiator with guard

  • Complete Plastic in excellent condition

  • Over-range Malossi rear pulley with stock front variator (uses Malossi 61111108 Kevlar drive belt)

  • CVT has been shimmed for maximum power & is dialed in

  • DWT blue label rims

  • Carlisle Rear tires 80%

  • ITP Holeshots fronts 60%

  • Flexx Bars

  • New axle bearings

Comes with lots of extra parts including:

Extra shims

Several new slipper discs

Many sets of roller weights

2 extra torque springs

Stock variator with bell

Front stock 08 Apex shocks

Rear sprocket 428-30

Half circle crank (stock)

Full circle crank with new bearings

Stock handlebars

Stock carb (no jetts)

3 belts

Dr Pulley 15x12 4.5g

90cc stock cylinder

Adjustable DC Hi Performance CDI Box (by Reimer Racing)

For pictures & video here: OUTER LIMITS ATV RACING

Pick-up only will not ship

If interested email [email protected] & include contact number...Thanks

Price $2,300.00

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