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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-03-2002, 07:26 AM
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Undecided on what Brand of Youth ATV

I have 4 Children between the ages of 10 and 5. I want to buy 2 youth atv's. One 50cc and one 90cc. I have looked at the E-ton's, Dinli's, Suzuki's, polaris's, and Atric Cat's. They all seem very comparable. I need advice soon, I want to purchase for Christmas this year.
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I think you will find a common choice here. Buy the Kasea Skyhawk 50 and 90. I just bought a 90 for my son. Waiting for it to arrive.
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I did quite a bit of research (and shopping) before I decided on a Kasea mini 50 for my 5 year old son. Plan on getting a Kasea Skyhawk 90 for my 8 year old daughter soon. In my opinion, the Kasea is just built better than the others. It has awesome potential since so many people race them too. If Honda redesigned their mini, I'd check it out in a heartbeat (own 94' Honda CBR900RR and 02' 400ex, had a CBR600F2). It's like someone else said, why would any company spend so much time and money on something they didn't believe in. Good luck with your purchase. Either way, you're kids will love having an ATV. Just don't forget all the protective gear. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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Re: Undecided on what Brand of Youth ATV

Good luck getting parts.
I know of quite a few dealers dropping Kasea to get eton .
Again ,no dealer support means your children are watching instead of riding.
As far as "best built" eton's frames have more gusseting and more safety features as well.
What are you going to do when Junior leaves the key on and the battery goes dead ?I read a post that said you can add one!
No back up kickstart?

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Hey gopro.

Do the research. The Kasea's have a kickstart. Do the Etons have square tube rear swing arms like the big quads do and does Kasea? Or do they still use cheesy thin wall round tube like they have beed doing for years?

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Parts are readily available for the Kasea 50/90. You are simply making things up as you go. If E-ton is so great, why is the Kasea 50/90 rated #1 ? I'm looking forward to the Indy Dealer Expo. E-ton will be across the isle from Kasea. How embarrasing for E-ton.
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Rated #1 by who?
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By 4 out of 5 dentists, silly. [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
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The group of young riders I ride with own ride Polaris Scrambers. I haven't heard any complaints. The local Plolaris dealer will not sell the Scrambler 50. Anyone who wants the 50 has to travel 30 miles to get one.
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