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Pit Bull Honda Ruckus Clone (new) on 2040-motos

$2,150
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Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, HI

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Maui Scooter Shack Hawaii's EXCLUSIVE Pit Bull Dealer is excited to announce the awaited second generation of the PIT BULL Moped!!This is the bike everyone has been waiting for. As compared to building a Honda Ruckus you save thousands! www.mauiscootershack.comSEE VIDEO HERE : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tcn83PS6nyEWe just got in a NEW shipment of PIT BULLS all colors available at this time. Limited availability. -49cc Pit Bull Moped- The Pit Bull Moped comes with a 49cc GY6 long case engine. No motorcycle license required, no insurance, or yearly registration. Equipped with lower seat brackets, adjustable dual suspension, a wide 12" x 8" rear wheel and a 9" extension kit. Front Disc brake, Low profile drag handlebars and upgraded exhaust. Upgraded CDI and coil. NKG Spark Plug. Get 70-100MPG while looking so fresh!Factory built / custom lookThere are 4 colors to choose from: Matte Black, Metallic White, Metallic Burgundy, Metallic BlueCustom Colors also available Product Details:Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4-strokesCooling Air CooledDrive System BELT/CHAINPiston Displacement 49.5ccBore and Stroke 1.51﹡1.63Max Power 2.1/8000kw/r/minimumMax Torque 3.1/6500N.m./rpmStarter elec/kick startTransmission AutomaticLength 80.7Width 29.9Height 38.5Seat Height 23.6Wheelbase 62.9Ground Clearance 3.5Front Brake DiscRear Brake DrumFront Tire 120/70-12Rear Tire 205/30-12Ignition CDINet Weight 198.4 lbGross Weight 253.5 lb Battery 12 VOLT/7AhFront Suspension Dual Telescoping ForksRear Suspension Dual Shock"One Year limited warranty""Warning" Maui Scooter Shack is Hawaii's EXCLUSIVE Pit Bull Dealer The Pit Bull is exclusively made for the Hawaii laws and regulations as a 49cc MopedDO NOT ORDER from mainland dealers they are not legally allowed to ship to Hawaii. You will not be able to get your moped registered along with no warranty. Call Chris -Sale Price$2,150 price$86 tax+ $25 registrationTOTAL $2,261 Credit Cards Accepted(*Can ship to other islands +$125)Shipping to other Islands using Young BrothersYour Moped will be prepped and ready to ride!! Call to set appointment or for more info Chriswww.mauiscootershack.com

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