don't know much about this specific model, but I'd just keep an eye open for the basics. Proper jetting, clean air intake, good cables (a 7 year old girl, wearing a helmet, just died this week cause her ignition got stuck and she slammed into a tree) and regular oil change.
quad no offence I just wasnt looking for that answer but becouse of your statemant I went to the local bike shop and bought a new cable becouse that one felt alittle tight now it is nice and smooth.Saber6 yes it is used it is a 2006 with fmf powercore pipe and a k&n filter,was just wondering if there was any known problems so I can look out for them
Keep filter clean, oil changes, valves correctly gapped and it should last a long time. Make sure your Child Knows what to do if the throttle does stick. I told my 6 yearold which he rides a 50 dirt bike to bail or hit the kill switch if it acts up.
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