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This is a discussion on Pitster Pro ADV190 within the Grom Talk forums, part of the Honda Grom Forums category; I hope this hasn't been discussed (I did a search and nothing came up) but I find this thing totally badass. Unfortunately it's not street ...

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    Pitster Pro ADV190

    I hope this hasn't been discussed (I did a search and nothing came up) but I find this thing totally badass. Unfortunately it's not street legal (yet).Pitster Pro ADV190-adv-2.jpg
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    I have that 190 motor in a pitster pit bike. I can confirm that the Pitster will hand the Grom it's lunch.

    Then again at 18 HP it ought to...
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    Wasn't there a clone company that was making street legal retro minis? Years ago I thought it was so lame (same with Groms), but now that I'm...I dunno...older...It would totally be my jam to have one of them and swap in a Daytona 4V motor or something.
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    NGL, I would love to get one of these to thrash in the dirt...
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    Quote Originally Posted by solidjohnny View Post
    Wasn't there a clone company that was making street legal retro minis? Years ago I thought it was so lame (same with Groms), but now that I'm...I dunno...older...It would totally be my jam to have one of them and swap in a Daytona 4V motor or something.
    Pitster Pro is making retro minis that they claim are street legal. But there are so many other clones out there that are making street legal bikes.


    I always wanted a Pitster Pro. They seem like great bikes for the money.

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