are they very hard to seal or is it dry time that takes so long because if i know my buddy he will want to strip and repaint the whole bike
Thank you very much for your kind words. This a customers bike and he has a budget so aside from the nice engine and the expansion chamber that will be about it. It will get stripped of is wheels to make it easier to seal the tank. The GT bikes are the easiest bikes to build attach the engine, do up the chain, connect the throttle and you are ready to roll. Oh except the sealing of the tank that takes the longest.
The GT2 came in today just a few scratches from the handle bars they where loose in the box nothing a little touch up can't fix. I have started the tank sealing process and now it has to dry for 24 hours before adding the sealer. So here are a bunch of pictures
Here is one last photo it shows how much fuel the GT2 holds and it is not that bad I filled the 2 liter bottle to the top and this is all that was left in the bottle. The info for this bike is 1.1 liters and it is clearly more than that.