Can some of you please comment on the Kasea 150. I like the idea of the four stroke and cvt. I am not worried about maximum performance just a dependable rider for the kids. (like the old Honda atc's)How does the reverse work on this model? Thanks in advance.
The Kasea 150 is a 4-stroke, but it has gears that you shift. I'm not sure if it has a clutch or if it's a semi-automatic like the Honda 250ex. I know someone that has one and they are using it to help their kid transfer from the modded 90cc CVT class to a modded shifter class. The frame is a Blaster copy.
Overall these are pretty good bikes.Keep in mind they are not by no means a race bike, as most 90 two strokes are faster and handle better. My wife has one and it's been really reliable and you cant beat the price. Ive seen alot of them in my area and most are being ridden by women. My daughters Blast 90 is definitely a better quality machine. Does anyone know if theres an aftermarket pipe available for the KS-150. I was even able to get a green sticker for the 150 in California.
You have the Kasea Skyhawk 150 which was discontinued 2 years ago. Kasea changed and upgraded the engine and trans making it a much better quad. Both are hand clutch with foot shift and yes you can get a pipe, and even better shocks for both.