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Old 07-20-2009, 07:09 PM
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won't be ready for awhile but heres a look at what were working on.
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!HOW! Crazy Horse here and I just want to say Ouch thats freakin hot man!!!

You guy's at Acme are setting the standard again with this new engine for the board track racer genre.

You and many other's here in our forum have demonstrated a limitless supply of talent & ingenuity.

In my opinion thats what makes this forum for motorized bicycling one best of if not the number (1) one
forum for motorized bicycling.

Keep us informed to your latest and greatest designs, and or modifications to your current product line and the new V-Twin 2-Stroke Motor prototype!

Peace & All the success you can handle, Crazy Horse has spoken the truth!!!
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Default Re: sneak peak of acme V twin

This was a message I sent to Jim (Creative Engineering) / Manic Mechanic
Almost one month ago.......:

Private Message: wo........
Recipients: Creative Engineering

06-26-2009, 10:36 PM

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wo........
Took a short nap on the couch and dreamt about a Siamese HT Motor. Two motors back to back, joined at the clutch gear. they had their own crankshafts.

Messed Up, huh...? =-]'

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Would that motor design constitute as a "W" twin....?
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HOW MESSED UP IS THAT!?!?!?!?
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OMFG! Thats tight! Wow can't wait to see this for sale!
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THAT IS FREAKEN AWSOME! I sure hope that thing will fit in my Felt.
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Rotor you can always modify your frame for motor to fit!!!

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So this will be 100+ cc's of 2 stroke power...?
Each have their own dedicated crankshaft. I wonder if they will battle
each other, or need further synchronizing adjustments.
How will the timing be set up? 180 degrees?

Can't wait to see it in action!!!
Wonder what one would look like in my Bobber Frame?
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Just to cool. Can we get another pic of the other side? And what is the projected cost of this motor? Man I can see this on a board track racer!!!! The single just doesn't seem to have what it takes to fit, BUT this would!!!
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Default Re: sneak peak of acme V twin

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won't be ready for awhile but heres a look at what were working on.
Looks to me like a cruiser frame would be a better fit, OH I can't wait....
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