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    Default Kikker 5150 Hardknock FAQ

    I'll try to keep this FAQ as up to date as possible.

    Do you offer financing?

    I'm actively searching for a finance company that will work with these kits, but at this time I don't offer payment plans.

    Cash, credit cards, and checks are always welcome, and I'm happy to split payments between different funding sources (e.g. $1000 on credit card, $825 cash).

    Are these kits easy to assemble?

    Very easy. Basic tools are all you need, and the kit includes everything necessary to assemble the bike. One person can put the kit together, but having a friend will help when mounting the engine and wheels.

    Are these bikes street legal?

    Once completed, these kit bikes can be inspected, titled, and ridden legally on Texas streets.

    How fast do the bikes go

    Approximate top speeds for stock bikes are:

    200 cc - 70 MPH
    125 cc - 60 MPH
    110 cc - 55 MPH
    49 cc - N/A

    How do I title a Hardknock?

    You'll receive a warranty card to fill out with the motor and frame numbers, and your personal info. Return the card to Kikker 5150 and you'll receive an MSO (Manufacturers Statement of Origin) by mail. Take your MSO, license and proof of insurance to your local DMV to title your bike. Check with your county's DMV for any additional documentation that they might require.

    How long is the warranty?

    The Hardknock is covered by the Kikker 5150's one year parts warranty. Warranty is available only to the original owner of the bike. For additional details, please contact me for a copy of the warranty card.

    Can I get it without the engine?

    Yes. You can purchase a roller kit and put in your own motor if you prefer. Aftermarket or custom fabricated motor mounts may be required.

    How are the bike kits shipped?

    Each bike kit is shipped in four boxes. Box dimensions are:

    49cc
    9″ x 24″x 24″ 55 lbs.
    46″x14″x27″ 75 lbs
    30″x11″x19″ 54 lbs
    20″x15″x13″ 49 lbs

    125cc
    47″x 14″x 27″ 75 lbs.
    30″x 11″x 19″ 57 lbs.
    11″x 25″x 25″ 58 lbs.
    20″x 15″x 12″ 46 lbs.

    200cc
    47″x 14″x 27″ 75 lbs.
    30″x 11″x 19″ 70 lbs.
    25″x 25″x 13″ 68 lbs.
    17″x 19″x 21″ 73 lbs.
    Last edited by TexasHardknock; 07-29-2009 at 07:51 PM.
    Texas Hardknock
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    www.texashardknock.com
    956-467-0671

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    Whats the top speed of the 200cc

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    Whats the basic top speed on all 3?
    2006 Buell Blast 492cc
    33Hp
    30Ft of torq
    Skull and Wings sticker on the tank...make it go faster


    Jay Arr (Im a Pirate )

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    I'm not interested in breaking any land speed records if I ever purchased a 5150 200cc bike, but I would like to ride it to work and in doing so, I'd have to get onto the express-way and be able to keep up with 65 Mph traffic.

    I guess the better question would be, can it handle high-way traffic speeds?
    The largest motor available is the 200cc, so I assume it should be able to do so easily. Right?
    Last edited by J_F4i; 07-29-2009 at 04:36 PM.
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    yeah but im thinking of gettin the 125 cause its a bit cheaper and I would need it for work too..blah. I do need to do at least 50 but if the 50 cc will do at least 60 thats just as good.
    2006 Buell Blast 492cc
    33Hp
    30Ft of torq
    Skull and Wings sticker on the tank...make it go faster


    Jay Arr (Im a Pirate )

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    Approximate top speeds for stock bikes are:

    200 cc - 70 MPH
    125 cc - 60 MPH
    110 cc - 55 MPH
    49 cc - N/A

    You can change the drive ratio with aftermarket sprockets and squeeze out a couple extra mph since they are geared low from the factory.

    I don't know the top end on the 49 cc but I can assure you that it shouldn't be anywhere near a highway. Around town, you'd be ok but for the price, the 125 is much more versatile bike.
    Texas Hardknock
    Authorized Kikker 5150 Dealer
    www.texashardknock.com
    956-467-0671

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