My daughter's eyon 50 is way too small foe her now. she is growing and growing fast. she is 11 years old, weighs in at about 100 lbs. and is tired of getting left behind. her twin brother rides a sportsman 90 and she wants a 90cc class machine, but without the racks. any suggestions?
Kasea makes the best overall 90cc class quad. I have a 2000 model that runs as good as new. There are racks & lights available from your local Kasea dealer. To find a dealer near you, go to www.kasea.com & view the dealer locator.
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Put my 7 year old son on the Predator 3 months ago. Loves it, no issues. Played around one day and took the limiters off and it carried me (180 lbs) around with ease, great acceleration and speed. Can't speak of Kasea, did not want to travel an hour to dealer.
I just got a Blast made by SMC. They are the peole who make the Kasea. My mini is great so far, fit and finish are the best I've seen from Taiwan. The importer is in GA so you should be able to find one easily. The 90 has adjustable Showa shocks (most Hondas have Showa). There are lots of mods available. Check out www.blastatv.com. Good Luck.
The mini 50 is CVT. Just push the throttle and go. I beleive the bigger 50 & 90 are the same and the 175 is a 5 speed with a manual clutch. Some of the former Kasea dealers may still be able to get you one through Kasea's former east coast distributer AMED (somewhere in GA).