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Old 10-07-2010, 11:26 PM   #16
WILL_S
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Location: goodly satisfactory place, qld
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Can't give any advice on a zuma ,the ct is another story.I've got one a commute on and offroad it as well .For work i ride one too.I love the things
Great all rounders, not to hard to make go a bit better,bulletproof and will handle most abuse and still kick over for more.
Here's some pics of my bike in action on the fire roads.







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Old 10-08-2010, 01:16 AM   #17
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I had a CT90, and mine would hit over 50 mph wide open and cruise comfortably at 40-45 all day long. The rack is super strong, the engine fully protected from damage by a hefty skid plate, and the dual transmission allows it to climb incredible slopes.

If you try to keep up with folks riding full-blown dirt bikes on rough but open trails the suspension quickly shows its limitations, but it can be ridden through places it would be difficult to walk. The 2-strokes with dual transmissions of the era were a bit faster, but the centrifugal clutch on the CT90 made it easier to ride in rough terrain.
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