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Hi, very new to this forum but not new to mini bikes. Im having a hardtime identifying my new pocket bike i picked up for $100. Doesnt need much. Runs and drives. Since im new still trying to post pictures

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What is the size of the front and rear tires..... 90/65x6.5 etc.

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Hi, very new to this forum but not new to mini bikes. Im having a hardtime identifying my new pocket bike i picked up for $100. Doesnt need much. Runs and drives. Since im new still trying to post pictures
Doesn't need much now but soon you will want more power and speed....

Welcome to the forum and you came to the right place...

I use this site to post pics..

https://postimages.org/

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https://postimg.cc/gallery/h895clr8/[IMG] I guess that's how it's post pictures
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I guess that's how it's post pictures
You have a 4 speed X12

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4 stroke 110cc with electric start and kickstart. Also is manual
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Sweet. Dead on. Thanks for the help I really appreciate it
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4 stroke 110cc with electric start and kickstart. Also is manual
Looks semi-auto to me....Got any clearer pics of it?


What does the top of the cylinder say?

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The guy I got it off of said the engine was changed. But it won't drive unless you manually shift it. And those are the only pics I have t the moment because it's at my cousins
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Where would be the best place to get parts for it
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Where would be the best place to get parts for it
It depends on what parts you need...Pocketbikes are in steep decline also parts are scarce and whats available isnt cheap anymore plus its a long hard search for places that are still doing business that sells parts only to be told theyre on backorder without a date when the item/s will be available...

Your cousin doesnt have a phone and cant take pics and send them to you?

Semi-auto shift bikes are manual shift too because you have to manually shift it to the next gear via a foot pedal and when I blow up the little thumbnail pictures thats what I see ..semi-auto engine.

X12's have dual hydraulic handbrakes too making mounting a manual clutch lever a lil harder unless you lose the rear brake altogether but in the pic I still see both front and rear hydraulic brake levers on the handlebars....

Super pocketbikes come with 3 different types of engines....They come either full automatic twist n go engines like mopeds,,semi-auto shift engines with a footshifter and full manual shift engines with handclutch activation.

110cc full manual shift engines look like this with a removeable chrome cover..



110cc full auto twist n go engine...



110cc semi-auto with kickstarter and they also make one without a kickstarter.Your engine most likely came off this type model if its not a 70cc model because the semi-auto 110cc engines that come on the superbikes don't come with kickstarters ..



This is where the engine size is casted on the cylinder......



What most don't really realize is that the semi-auto engine has slight advantages over the manual shift bikes...Manual shift bikes the handclutch must be pulled to shift up and down every time and that consumes time..Semi-auto shift engines the clutch is activated at the same time as the shift and with the right foot pressure technique on the shifter pedal can neutral out a semi-auto engine in any gear if needed to power up or freewheel into a turn...

Now you know the differences .Good Luck with your bike and the search for parts...Right about now theres a company on ebay called Fancy Scooters...Look through their store.

Theyre the last known place to have sold the X12 pocketbike also the parts and may have some parts for sale right now....Take care
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