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2005 Bombardier / CanAm DS90 Kids Youth mini ATV

90cc 2-stroke automatic CVT transmission, auto oil injected, electric start with kickstart backup.
Excellent pristine condition, very clean, low hours, original tires look brand new... Stored in a heated garage and babied. Won't find one cleaner then this!!!

Only trail ridden, never raced. But these 2-stroke DS's will walk all over the 4-strokes...

New DID high performance o-ring chain
Renthal aluminum handle bars and Scott grips
Aluminum front bumper

Soon after we got this I realized the stock suspension was too stiff / unsafe for anything rougher then our lawn, the stock shocks are like “pogosticks”! So to make this safer and easier for my daughter to ride and keep up with us on the trail, I spent $1400+ on upgrading the following suspension components...
- WORKS PERFORMANCE custom built gas shocks w/ single springs, both Front and Rear, adjustable pre-load. Rated for 60-100 lbs rider.
- Chrome Moly +2" wider A-Arms and tie rods, powder coated silver.
- Extended +3" rear Swing Arm, powder coated silver.
- 2" billet aluminum wheel spacers in the rear to match the wider front end.
Very plush ride, very forgiving over big ruts or roots, bumps, stable at trail speeds, doesn't tire the kids out trying to hold on for dear life... Rides better then most adult sport ATV's, very fun to ride.

Stock engine, stock exhaust, stock intake & carburetor but with FPP airbox mod and clutching.

Features a throttle limiter that can be adjusted for governing speed for beginners.

Just serviced, ready to ride, only needs a rider!
Has registration / title paperwork, will include several extra spare parts (rear fenders, exhaust, more).

Only reason we are selling is our Daughter outgrew it, bought it new in 2005 for her B-day. Must sell to get a bigger machine...

Asking $2000 or Best Offer
NOTE: For this price you can't buy a new machine from a dealer already setup like this, and you can't build another one... Those who have researched these suspension components can appreciate the cost and value.
No dreamers please.


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