OHVALE GP-0

Discussion in 'General' started by KMC, Nov 16, 2018.

  1. assjuice cyrus

    assjuice cyrus Well-Known Member

    When is the top end required on the 110?

    How intense is it to do a top end on the 110?
     
  2. It is super simple.



    1. Drop bike off.
    2. Say "Brian, rebuild this".
    3. Pick bike up.




    :D
     
  3. TX Joose

    TX Joose Well-Known Member

    I wonder how us 6ft+ guys would fit on them?
     
  4. NemesisR6

    NemesisR6 Gristle McThornbody

    Did you lose your shins in the war, Cotton?
     
  5. neckbrace

    neckbrace Well-Known Member

    Has anyone reached out to Lehigh Valley Grand Prix in Allentown? They run gas karts indoors all year long. Might be an option for an indoor venue.
     
  6. metricdevilmoto

    metricdevilmoto Just forking around

    I know the owner through a mutual friend and brought minis up with him about 10 years ago. He wasn't interested.
     
  7. gpstar748

    gpstar748 Well-Known Member

    It’s a fairly simple engine. I think anyone with decent mechanical ability could do it no problem.
     
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  8. gpstar748

    gpstar748 Well-Known Member

    I plan on going there with a bike in person and trying to convince them.
     
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  9. nlzmo400r

    nlzmo400r Well-Known Member

    Is the only difference between the 110-160-190 engine/gearbox related? The forks, Shock, brakes, etc are all the same spec/brand and quality?




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  10. ekraft84

    ekraft84 Registered User

    Go in with the concept of liability on the owner's mind. And having all responsible adults out there riding. It only takes one person to spoil things.

    We're doing a 3-hour endurance race at our place this weekend. Pit stops should be interesting/hilarious.
     
  11. gpstar748

    gpstar748 Well-Known Member

    Yea...When we used to run at Allsports and they had zero issue with it because we all signed a separate and pretty ironclad liability form for the owner.

    I'd like to get my own liability policy to show them but it's difficult to find anyone to write that sort of thing.
     
  12. Mongo

    Mongo Administrator

    Problem is unless you roll in with your own full insurance policy there is no ironclad liability form - they sound great but anyone can sue for any reason and you still have to pay to fight it no matter if it'll be thrown out of court or not.
     
  13. alex zinaich

    alex zinaich Member

    I just raced one yesterday. Won the unlimited mini class. I’m 5’10 210lbs and crushed 130-150 lbs riders on crf150r’s. I was on the 190 Daytona motor with a slipper clutch. Fun factor was a 12 out of 10! Excellent trainer bike for big bike racing. Perfect body position is critical. You know when you got it wrong. When you got it right I couldn’t go fast enough trough the corners. It took everything I threw at it. Seriously considering buying one now.
     
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  14. noles19

    noles19 Well-Known Member

    I know a couple of places to go for insurance if you want some ideas on who to talk with
     
  15. gpstar748

    gpstar748 Well-Known Member

    hell yea!! :beer:
     
  16. Past Glory

    Past Glory Well-Known Member

    Has there been any movement on the plan to offer them in a street legal form?
     
  17. D-Zum

    D-Zum Alex’s Ohvale Maintenance & Transport Service

    I've been doing MiniGP all year because going racing with my son is a blast. Been rockin' the Grom, and that's a lot of fun.
    But the GP0 seriously caught my eye and I was itching to give one a shot.
    So, I'm getting a 160 to play with and do some F2 in MiniGP...I'm pretty excited.

    Those of you that are waiting for headlights, reconsider. MiniGP is growing. It's inexpensive and fun as hell.
     
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  18. Past Glory

    Past Glory Well-Known Member

    The words racing and inexpensive do not go together.
     
  19. dobr24

    dobr24 Well-Known Member

    Very cool but starting at $4500 and going all the way up to $6900 they are definitely proud of them. Considering a 150r is now MSRP of $5100 that isn't too terrible I guess.
     
  20. GarrettRick

    GarrettRick Well-Known Member

    I think the price is justified by the build quality . It’s not a slapped together china bike . Everything about it is legit - gotta pay to play

    And chicks dig em
     

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