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EGL A12 PRO 150 - w/ headlight, manual clutch Inverted Front Forks 21"/19"

Regular price $1,999.00 USD
Regular price $2,498.99 USD Sale price $1,999.00 USD
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If you are looking to upgrade from your 50 or 125cc bike, but don’t quite want to get a 250cc quite yet, this is the perfect middle ground dirt bike.  Perfect for beginners and those with a little more experience under their belt, the RPS 150cc Viper is like adding a little turbocharge to a 125cc engine. But moving from a 125 to 150cc engine is still quite a difference.  Slightly higher than normal top speed of 55 MPH, but the biggest difference is really felt in the acceleration. The Viper can go really fast, really quickly! It’s a lot to manage if you’re not used to an engine that can output this much power. But, after the learning curve is tackled, going back to a smaller engine is nearly impossible. If you’re looking to make that jump in class, definitely start here—this bike is killer to cut some dirt with your friends.



Engine: 150cc, air cooled electric start and kick start

Gear: 5 gear, manual clutch

Carburetor: Nibi 28mm

Battery: 12v/4Ah

Chain :520#; Front: 13T, Rear: 43T

Frame: Patented design steel reinforced frame

Swingarm: Patented new design reinforced

Triple clamps: CNC clamps

Suspension: Front: 51/54-810mm inverted/upside down

Rear shock: 450mm damping shock with linkage

Brake system: front and rear disc 220/220mm

Wheel: alloy wheel, 21-18 inch

Tank capacity: 6.3L

Seat height : 900mm

Wheel base: 1360mm

Ground clearance: 320mm

GW/NW: 127/108 KGS

BIke size:2140X810X1140mm

PACKING SIZE: 1740x500X880mm

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Virginia Parker

    Great product. Better than top four. Shipping was fast, excellent price for quality product. Assembly was easy.

    James Quickle
    150 A12 EGL

    Unfortunately, this dirt bike had rivet sticking out of the back tire and the right foot peg had a compression spring and mot a return spring in it. Which caused the foot peg stay forward and not return. The bikes manual refers to a water cooled engine, which mine is air cooled. No real specs in the manual on full assembly of the bike nor videos I found on their website. Bike seems to run good and for the most parts seems to be pretty good.