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Old 03-03-2012, 11:54 PM
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where u buy this engine kit? and how much for one? it's 80cc?
here's one thats for sale in Guangdong China

http://www.ebay.com/itm/80cc-GAS-MOT...item2a175be616

Here's another for sale in Guangdong China

http://www.ebay.com/itm/80CC-MOTOR-G...item20bf090c38

Here is one for sale in Hong Kong

http://www.ebay.com/itm/69CC-80CC-Bi...item1e6bd1ec10

hope this helps, you should be able to find these kits very easy being you live right there where they are all made.

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Old 03-05-2012, 04:18 PM
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I covered mine back up , its snowing again .
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Old 03-05-2012, 04:21 PM
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I covered mine back up , its snowing again .
Riding in the snow is fun! I have studded tires for mine so I can ride it on the lake in wintertime.
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:04 AM
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I did some pre-fab work on a short chunk of handlebar (left over from my crossover exhaust) that will get welded onto the cross brace of the old school BMX bars I am going to use so I have a good place to mount my speedo.
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Old 03-06-2012, 09:04 AM
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Riding in the snow is fun! I have studded tires for mine so I can ride it on the lake in wintertime.
well ...... look where you live ! lol may as well be canada !
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Old 03-06-2012, 09:42 AM
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Saturday, i put my new rear quick release axle on. Made sure i put some grease on 'em before i inserted them. Now My wheels runs silent once again. I also replaced my front tire and tube with a hybrid tire(street/mountainbike). I tried to loosen the hex bolt holding my handlebar in place to pull it up a bit and its frozen(not as in cold). It hasn't been moved in so long i'm gonna have to get some penetrating oil. I tried using a hammer just on the head and a very gentle tap on the sides of the handlebar stem in an attempt to jolt it loose. No avail... Both engines run good. Tonite, i'll solder the main jet shut on my china girl and drill it smaller...if i have a drill that small. The throttle on my staton doesn't want to release once i squeeze the trigger, it just stays where i let it go i have to manually pull it back out...Gotta figure that out as well. The cable may be dry in the sleave....
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Old 03-06-2012, 10:13 AM
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well ...... look where you live ! lol may as well be canada !
Hey now... Freedom PA is about as close to Canada as midcoast Maine is...
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Old 03-06-2012, 05:00 PM
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If the stem is stuck (1" threaded quill stem, right?), hang your bike by the wheels, and spray PB Blaster penetrating lubricant down the steerer tube from the bottom. Wait an hour. Then put a wooden dowel down the steerer tube against the quill stem, and knock that sucker loose (after of course loosening the quill stem bolt). Then you have a free hand to hold the handlebar for when the stem and bar come free.

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Saturday, i put my new rear quick release axle on. Made sure i put some grease on 'em before i inserted them. Now My wheels runs silent once again. I also replaced my front tire and tube with a hybrid tire(street/mountainbike). I tried to loosen the hex bolt holding my handlebar in place to pull it up a bit and its frozen(not as in cold). It hasn't been moved in so long i'm gonna have to get some penetrating oil. I tried using a hammer just on the head and a very gentle tap on the sides of the handlebar stem in an attempt to jolt it loose. No avail... Both engines run good. Tonite, i'll solder the main jet shut on my china girl and drill it smaller...if i have a drill that small. The throttle on my staton doesn't want to release once i squeeze the trigger, it just stays where i let it go i have to manually pull it back out...Gotta figure that out as well. The cable may be dry in the sleave....
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Old 03-06-2012, 05:23 PM
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Even though the weather here in central Florida is F-Ing awsome!, I only looked at mine, although I was doing it very carefully. Had to look it over for the make over Im about to give it engine wise. The 2 smoker is going away to be replaced with a phenominal 4 stroke. Been planning this for the past 2 months and today am wondering if I can fit a CVT tranny to the Predator I plan to put on it.
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Old 03-06-2012, 05:26 PM
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I've been riding mine around because both my cars are broken. I have two cars, and they're both broken at the same time... Really typical.

Anyway, it's been just around freezing out. Bike runs really great when it's cold out, cooler air going in the carb, engine stays cooler. It really rips!
Unfortunately, it's so cold I can't do over about 20.
Too bad I can't use it to transport a car engine... I'l have to borrow a buddy's truck this weekend.
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