Re: new kid in town
If your bike is a one-speed, you'll probably have to heat up the brake arm and bend it in a Z shape for the sprocket to fit. Make sure the brake arm is attached to the bike frame otherwise the wheel's bearings will tighten up. This kit is very likely a 66cc- most sites advertise as 80cc because china measures engine size differently. How much did you get the kit for? If it's over $130 it should be okay quality. You'll probably want to get an expansion pipe from sickbikeparts .com.
Last night, I lay in bed, looking up at the stars, and I thought to myself, "Where in the world is the ceiling?"
66/80cc Stinger on a Black Huffy.
6-speed shifter kit pulling a trailer.
Everything stock(so far)