The Mega Moto 212cc roller frame is a great option for those who want to build their own minibike. The Mega Moto 212cc roller frame features a headlight, front suspension, front and rear hydraulic brakes, torque converter, and 19x7-8 tires. The front suspension provides a smooth ride even on rough terrain, while the front and rear hydraulic brakes ensure reliable stopping power. The torque converter makes acceleration smooth and easy, and the large tires provide excellent traction and stability. With the Mega Moto 212cc roller frame, you can build a custom minibike that is tailored to your needs and preferences.
Mega Moto 212cc roller frame without an engine. The Mega Moto 212 is a fantastic mini bike that has a Head Light, Front Suspension, Front and Rear Hydraulic Brakes, Torque Converter, and huge 19X7-8 Tires all on a beefy frame. This kit will not come assembled, the photos only depict what it would look like assembled. Ships in one box and assembly would be required. Local pick up is available but should contact us prior to arrival.
Due to different engines being used for this build, this kit does not come with a crankshaft bolt for the Driver unit. For 196cc/212cc/225cc engines, you will need a 5/16" Fine Thread x 2-1/4" bolt. Make sure the bolt catches at least 3/4" thread inside your crank and be sure to tighten with an impact gun.
Replacement Belt: 203590
Replacement Jackshaft Bearing: 6003
Only Available in the lower 48 states due to size and condition of box.
- Stage 1 Performance Kit (for 196cc/212cc/225cc engines)
- Tillotson 212 Engine
- Mega Moto 212 / Coleman 200 Header Pipe
- Header Support Bracket
- Intended for Adult use only
- Limited Supply, shipping only to the contiguous United States.
- This comes in kit form, assembly required. No Engine included, sold separately.
- Disclaimer: These Minibike kits may come with some scratches that are beyond our control. If you received damaged parts or parts missing, please email our sales department with photos so we can asses the situation.
- These frame kits do not come with a M.S.O or TITLE.
45" x 23" x 21" - 140 lbs.
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WIll be here on Monday, one of my dream bikes.
Went together nice. The Tillotson 6.5hp is just right for my wife, (it's her bike). Quality is ver good and I'm pleased. I ride an 09 Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan Classic and it was a hoot getting on this dude. I didn't know where to put my feet. I have the stage 1 kit but will wait until after 1st oil change. I'm 200lbs and it slings me around. Good Job GPS. Now I want the go kart frame and I won't be sharing it.
I bought this kit because I couldn't pass up the deal I got on the engine. The engine supplier mailed me a coupon. (those pesky buggers) The kit arrived quickly, I was impressed with the quality of the parts. It was easy to assemble. I ran the engine on a test stand to break it in, I rode it around carefully to work any bugs out that might pop up. The next weekend I was in the National Forrest tearing up the trails. Here in SC the National Forrest has specific trails for ATVs and Karts and Mini Bikes. I made a exhaust deflector out of a soup can. The stock exhaust empties directly onto the rear fender, it will melt it., Even with the governor in tact it still hits 45mph and makes gobs of hill climbing power. I will likely buy the rear swing arm kit to improve the ride. All in all, its a great product from GPS!!! The best part, its reasonably priced.
This bike is a BEAST! I LOVE it! I was going to give a four star rating, but honestly, the inconvenient items I’m listing below can’t take away from the fact that this kit is stupid easy to build, and it’s an absolute BLAST to ride! 1) Label the parts bags. There are multiple bags with similar bolts, and a couple of bags that have parts for different build steps. I know it’s not specifically your kit, but more information would be very helpful. 2) Include, with the box, a QR code or link to your assembly video. The written instructions that come in the box aren’t worth the paper they’re written on. I found the assembly video to be extremely helpful when it came to building the jack shaft and torque converter. “Oilin’ the shaft!” ROTFLMAO! 3) On that paper with the QR code or link, it should be fully explained which bolts a builder will need to source to install the torque converter. You need to source four 5/16 24tpi 1/2 or 3/4” bolts for the torque converter cover adapters, AND a 5/16 24tpi 2 1/4” bolt for the drive. The information is currently not co-located. 4) TORQUE SPECS PLEASE! I couldn’t find them anywhere. Ok, I still give this kit and build a five star rating! 10 out of 10 would highly recommend! Also, don’t stick a predator in this bike. It deserves a Tillotson!
I bought the frame new from a friend because it had a busted off foot peg . So I welded it back on ?. I do wish GPS would get all the spare parts in for this bike ?. I like it a lot . Motor is a stock predator 224 ( made by DUCAR . Runs really well . No electric start but that’s ok . I love it ?.
Love the roller kit! I am specing out engine options now, and leaning to the Ducar 212 for better stock carb flexibility vs the Tillotson 212. Does anyone know what flywheel / charging coil options there are for the Ducar 212 to enable some power to the headlight while running? There has to be SOMETHING?! GL fellow Mega Mini riders!
Shipped fast, got the kit by itself so I could just use the pull start version of the tillotson 212. Removed the governor and added the stage one kit, still breaking it in. Runs strong and started on the second pull! I was missing one bolt for the front forks but they sent a replacement right away! Box was in decent shape, others said there was nothing left of theirs. Just wish I had more money to spend at go power sports!
Great kit !!!! Fun build I highly recommend it very comfortable and fun to ride wish I picked it up sooner....
This kit comes packaged in one big box, everything. No crate, just a reinforced cardboard box, everything weighing in at 140 pounds total. Due to the packaging the frame will come with light scratches and scuffs, which didn't bother me much because I'm building as a trail bike, not some model bike. Nothing arrived broken or bent, thankfully. Slim pickens for headers that'll work with this frame other than the one GPS sells and a couple shorter style ones on Amazon, unless you know how to weld than those are your options. The header support bracket will not work with the header GPS sells for this frame without modifications. I had to bend, cut and drill a new bolt hole for the support bracket to work. The included brackets for the tav cover will not work with an ARC billet side cover. The included suspension forks aren't bad but they bottom out rather easily and could use heavier weight fork oil, the fork caps are definitely overtightened which makes changing the fork oil a mission of it's own. Overall I think the frame is going to be a good one, if doing a 18+ hp build I'd recommend reinforcing the engine mount plate with some angle iron. The steerer tube on this is way beefier than most!
I bought this to go with my stage 4 predator 224. I also purchased all the parts from OMB. Very happy with it so far.