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i know it has a 49cc motor, picked it up for $50, now need to order parts for it!!!
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Id have that thing running and riding in a day without spending any money..LOL...It looks like it has the beefier TF-8mm chainset...

I would of gave $20 bucks but the bike you have is a Blade,,,or GP-RSR...It also looks like its a 43cc[40mm piston] based on that rectangular casting on the side of the head,,If can you get a better side shot of the head on the clutch side it would be easier to tell......

Engine parts and such from a regular cag will work just fine.................Good luck with it......
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MPR sells the GP-RSR, you can look there to start.
O_O i would not have paid 50$ for that. Oh lord it looks like it sat at the bottom of a swamp. the frames nice though, front and rear suspension is always good.
Isn't that bike a MTA-4 or MTA-2 Full Fairing Cag?
Isn't that bike a MTA-4 or MTA-2 Full Fairing Cag?
MT-A4's are watercooled....A2's dont have front shocks or a rear shock...Its a MT-A3
Don't look like that chain is any good. If it is too rusted and has tight or real loose spots you might have trouble, soak the thing in engine oil.
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