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Old 04-25-2011, 01:14 AM
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Default Re: motor suggestions ?

highly recommend buying from these guys

2 Stoke Bike Engine Kits

bought from them to replace my grubee motor. gotta say, their motor was in much better quality than the grubee one was.

the main thing that sold me on it was "My wrist pins are rated for 27,000 rpm’s most other engines are only rated for 6000 rpm’s (if your lucky)."
granted your not going to be going up to 27,000rpm. but it's reassuring to know that if something does happen that wrist pin won't shatter.

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Old 04-25-2011, 01:23 AM
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i think i am going with the 49 cc silver slant , because i want minimal noise and vibration , i don't know what carb that kit has in it ? i think i also want it to free wheel so i can pedal the bike regularly with out all the drag ..
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Old 04-25-2011, 01:26 AM
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Originally Posted by dag_29307 View Post
Yeah stay away from the CNS V2 carb with the red air cover. These things are a POS! I heard CNS V1 are all good, but the V2 are poo poo.
I haven't met a CNS carb that I've liked yet, reminds me of the old Jikov carb on my old CZ 250......junk! Does Bing still make carbs?

All of my japanese and chinese 2-stroke scooter motors have Walbro or Zama carbs on them and they work great!
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