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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-18-2003, 06:37 PM
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KASEA 90 REVIEW NOT A DEALER

Just got a 03 Kasea 90 2 weeks ago
wow it's a ripper!
It's all it was pumped up to be But.
The head lite kit is set up so you have to install the head light assy Upside down! The drain holes are on top and the writing on the lens is upside down when instaled in the machine. Dont say I put it in wrong it will only fit one way
I sealed the drain holes and drilled new ones.
Also the kit diden't come with hard wear.
The tail light is cool just make some rubber bushings to moount it.
Break lite whats that on a ATV? The 90 has one. COOL !
I got the manual Don't make the same mistake.
Looks like poor quality photo copy of some Koreans holding what look's to be some kind of part, and sad hand drawings.
most of the info is in the manual.
Can't check the trans oil no dip stick.
Whent to drain the oil to check for proper amount but you have to remove foot peg assy [the drain bolt hit's it when you screw it out].
Called the dealer and he say's it's filled from the factory
Hope So! The manual calls for 0.12 L that works out to be 4.5 fl oz is that All ? Called the Kasea foctory service no call Back yet that was 2 weeks ago.
Thats the bad

The good

Ripper
runs and starts great
Look's COOOOOOOL
Grease point's on the front end but I dident see any on the rear swing arm.
Great suspension
My kid loves it
Built to last
Did I say it is a Ripper, can't wait to remove the throttle slide restrictor.
1750.00 Out the door with head lite kit and tail lite and worthless service manual






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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-19-2003, 06:25 AM
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Re: KASEA 90 REVIEW NOT A DEALER

What most of the guys do that are racing these bikes is take the drain tube off the tranny. Go down to your local auto store and match it up and get a few feet of it. Drain the tranny of all the stock fluid. Fill it to the top, with Lucas 85W-140 synthetic gear oil. Connect the longer tubing and run it up the frame to the front of the bike. The first time you run the heck out of it, some fluid may work itself up the tube and out, but it will eventually even itself out.

Good luck!

Tony P.
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Re: KASEA 90 REVIEW NOT A DEALER

At the auto store, where the HELP! stuff is, but the pack of wiper motor bushings. Cost about $2. Works perfectly for the bushing for the tail light (this is what I did).

Still waiting for the lic plate holder.
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Re: KASEA 90 REVIEW NOT A DEALER

Thanks for the info Tony 1034
I think im just going to measure about an inch down from the breather tube and make my own dip stick, and see how much it spews out the breather.

How do the Kasea's do in the races?

Do you or anybody els know what size the drive belt is? Or better yet have a Gates part # or any cross ref #








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Re: KASEA 90 REVIEW NOT A DEALER

Mcstever,

If your kid is just playing around on it, I wouldn't worry about the tranny fluid. You can always add some more fluid and let it level itself out b/c it will blow out the overflow tube.

The Kaseas are very competitive on the MX track. Check out www.dirtrides.com. Greg Peak's kids race them and his older's son, Kiefer's bike is wicked fast and hopped up. You can see pics on his site and links to TQRA (Racing org out in Texas). They have lots of cool videos you can race. Some of these youth quags are doing 65mph +. [img]images/graemlins/ooo.gif[/img]

There are also a bunch of other places on the net that offer performance mods for your Kasea.

Peak Performance - www.dirtrides.com
www.TrinityRacing.com
www.HetrickRacing.com
www.WRHRacing.com
TomCo Enterprise - www.miniatvparts.com/
www.MiniQuadRacing.com

They're all reputable and you can get a Kevlar replacement belt from any of them and parts to make that Kasea FLY! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

Best of luck,
Tony P.
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