2006 United Motors DTF 150
By Corey poarch (I am an Owner) on Jun 20, 2023
To be honest I had and still have mine to this day. It’s not the most durable or the whatever like a name brand bike. This UM I got was better than my honda. And I had it for over a year. Starts and rides just fine. The choke could’ve been made just a little differently but I’m fine with it. It’s ... not a bad bike. It’s just what people do in the bike to give it the name. I’ve slid off and down hills on it, got pushed off the road, I went down over 50 times, and the only thing that gave me problems after was the shift lever, the clutch cable and the clutch lever. It broke off but I got it welded back on and it’s better than ever. I’ve put the UM through work and it held up. Plastics are supposed to break, and eventually yea the bike will give but don’t give it a bad name if you put it through hell and it didn’t decide to hold up for you like mine did me. My UM was dumping fuel left and right for a month found out I went down sometime before and knocked a head or something loose to where it’ll drain. It ran. It drove. Yes it was flooding 24/7 but I still rode it. It’s not a bad bike it’s just how you treat it or how much you respect it. My bike been hit by 3 different trucks and still rode that same day.
CrapBy (I am an Owner) on Jul 12, 2010
Don't waste your money, buy a name brand like honda, yamaha.you get what you pay for. all of the plastics fall off the brakes are crap. the only thing good on it is the motor. I wish I never got it.