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Old 02-03-2015, 12:38 PM
Aceinthesky Aceinthesky is offline
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Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: Pearland, TX
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Default gt2-a 7g four stroke build

First off, I want to thank migueralliart, and kcvale for helping me with this build.

Well after two months I finally have my build 95 percent complete. Took for a few miles around town and it feels like a small motorcycle, the shift kit is awesome. I, also did a few bolt-ons to the huaseng motor for more power.

one think, I realize about this build and to anyone who wants to build a 4 stroke bike with a skyhawk frame, is not to use the gt2a-s frame, even though its designed for 4-stroke. Use the gt2-a frame which is meant for a 2 stroke build and cut off the front mount. There is not much room in the gt2a-s frame for a 4-stroke.

gt2-a frame:
power coated gray
cut off the welded 2-stroke motor mount

shift kit:
pedal cranks, motor mounts, sprockets, all power coated black

engine mods:
ngk plug
stainless steel flex pipe with tip, overall lenght 28.5 inches.
uni filter and adapter
drilled out main jet with #71 drill bit
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Last edited by Aceinthesky; 02-03-2015 at 12:57 PM.
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