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Anybody seen one of these up close? I'm still buiying the X22 but I was just wondering about it. It looks like the Viper engined bike and that thing is the shiz-Nitz. I'll bet a 250cc will fit in there. If I money lying around I'd buy it just because. You either love it or hate it. I love it. A supercharged 250cc screaming down...Oh can't say that. Anyway major factor.
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well i bet its a two stroke
it cant turn or lean good so its a straight line thing,its auto..
i say 'pos
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LOL yeah you're probably right but it would make a great drag bike huh? In one thread I said a bike turned like a bus well this probably turns like the Titanic. But hey all show and no go is what I'd build it up for.

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lol its a squished quad!
the seating is crazy, the fake motor plastics are tacky, youd have to glass that off
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Anybody seen one of these up close? I'm still buiying the X22 but I was just wondering about it. It looks like the Viper engined bike and that thing is the shiz-Nitz. I'll bet a 250cc will fit in there. If I money lying around I'd buy it just because. You either love it or hate it. I love it. A supercharged 250cc screaming down...Oh can't say that. Anyway major factor.
I think it has potential to be really bad@$$, but thats one heck of a project how much does it cost?
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I researched this bike and i read, its a Dodge Tomahawk Replica......The real Tomahawk is 1,500-pound. The V10 beast by Chrysler can achieve reach 60 miles an hour in about 2.5 seconds. The Dodge V10 concept was launched at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and is now ready for production. The beaster packs 8.3-liter capacity and 10 cylinders in its engine which can propel it to top speed of nearly 400 mph. The small superbike (pocket bike) features independent four-wheel suspension and it boasts chrome-draped looks. And, just like its outlandish looks and features, it will carry a price tag of at least $250,000. It goes 60mph max speed, and is 259cc motor on it. Only, a few hundred models will run into production, so make-up your mind early, if the tag doesn’t seems torturous to you!!
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If you have $250,000 you can buy it
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yall r late, that bike has been out for a long time
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so!!!!!!!It looks cool..LOL
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looks heavy
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the wheels on the lil 1 are wider than the big 1, they should be more narrow, but still is a good idea but it wasnt thot out very well
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had to change the carb on that bike once
its really heavy but takes off pretty well with that motor
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really you worked on one of those cool!!! Did you get to take it for a test drive , was it the big one or the pocket bike one???
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pocket bike one
its annoying to turn with -_-
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yea, it looks very hard to ride!!
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best made for drags
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yea, they say it has a 250cc motor
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the one i worked had a 150cc engine the ones that you see on the street legal mopeds
but i doubt they have any bigger motors then 150cc
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It looks like a piece of **** but i bet it is fast!!! Do you know how much they are going for??
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no ................
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