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  1. #21 Re: Honda CT70 Clones. 
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    She arrived late today and I got her uncrated.
    Looks like a good bike. Should have her running tomorrow.
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  2. #22 Re: Honda CT70 Clones. 
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    Is it the lighting or is the bike really a creamy yellow?
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  3. #23 Re: Honda CT70 Clones. 
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    Am interested how you find riding it Barnone? It looks like the Skyteam Skymax was they are called over here in the UK.
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    I think all the Skyteam clones have a 5.5 litre fuel tank.
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    This week I ordered new front and rear sprockets for my clone, in an effort to squeeze a few more MPH from mine. Its doing well on the new Conti Twist tyres. Hopefully with road tyres now on I can ride it into winter. If I commute to the railway station on the bike I save 5 a day parking charges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben2go View Post
    Is it the lighting or is the bike really a creamy yellow?
    I have those energy saving flood lights in the garage where I usually assemble the bikes in the back of my truck so that I can unload them on a bank and that probably effected the color. I'll post some outdoor shot later today when I get her in the shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trexuk View Post
    This week I ordered new front and rear sprockets for my clone, in an effort to squeeze a few more MPH from mine. Its doing well on the new Conti Twist tyres. Hopefully with road tyres now on I can ride it into winter. If I commute to the railway station on the bike I save 5 a day parking charges.
    Wow, big savings in parking.
    Seems all my Chinese bikes are geared too low. On my Dong Fang DF250RTB I had to change the rear sprocket but hopefully on the monkey bikes I can just change the front sproket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnone View Post
    Wow, big savings in parking.
    Seems all my Chinese bikes are geared too low. On my Dong Fang DF250RTB I had to change the rear sprocket but hopefully on the monkey bikes I can just change the front sproket.
    Mine started off at 14/38, its currently 16/36, soon it will be 17/31.
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    We are away on holiday this week in The New Forest down on the south coast of England. I wish I had loaded the clone into the trailer and brought it along. There are some lovely roads to ride around here, and as it's a national park the speed limit is 40 mph. I will know for next time.
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    She is alive and well. Started right up. Runs just fine.
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    Needed to make a run to the garbage dump so hooked up the trailer and off we went.
    Pulled it nicely.
    Great having a center stand. Makes adjusting and oiling the chain much more convenient.
    250 kPa equals 36 PSI tire pressure seems kinda high.
    Model number is ST125-6B I think.
    Decent owners manual plus good wiring diagram.
    Easy put together.
    Color is a flat yellow.
    It is a CARB bike so has a charcoal canister in addition to the air injection system and catalytic converter.
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