Recent content by Muaya

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    My new engine is making weird noises and losing power Help!

    Thank you very much, and I really apologize for my delayed response. My dad's store was robbed, and after that I forgot about the engine. It turned out to be the magneto coil, I took the engine to a mechanic and according to him he only calibrated the magneto and now the Bike is running great.
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    4 stroke will not start after shut off

    Sometimes the kill switch gets stuck. Did you managed to fix it?
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    My new engine is making weird noises and losing power Help!

    Hello, I have a 80cc CDH Power with less than 200 miles. I'm still using the 16:1 mixture, however recently it began losing power specially when going uphill and the other day it completely left me stranded. I had already cleaned the carb a couple of days before that. Today after changing the...
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    Hello! Finally joined the forum

    Thanks.
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    Hello! Finally joined the forum

    Thank you. I'm working right now on an old 60's bike.
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    Should I go for a 48T or a 56T sprocket?

    Thank you, I think I found it: : https://motorbicycling.com/threads/clutch-mod-cut-off.63399/#post-660789 And here is the direct link: http://jimsitton.net/ratiocalc/ But considering what you said about the high RPMs on high roads it might be wise to follow your advise and go for the 48T
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    Should I go for a 48T or a 56T sprocket?

    Thanks for the reply, 139 lbs. There's a flat road before the hill, but no matter how fast I manage to get eventually I have to pedal really hard.
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    Should I go for a 48T or a 56T sprocket?

    Hi! I own a couple beach cruisers equipped with 80cc CDH Power engines, both with the stock 44T sprocket and 26" tires. I live in an area with a lot of uphills, I've managed to pedal up my way for a year, but is somewhat exhausting. The hardest uphill is around 12° and I weight 63 Kg (139...
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    Hello! Finally joined the forum

    Thanks. You are right, I live in an area full of downhills and on the first time I rode it I knew the front brake was a must. In addition the coaster brake is very susceptible to bending. And yeah, the fenders have been my headache all long.
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    Hello! Finally joined the forum

    Hi, I'm Adrián, from San Luis Potosí México. I had been thinking about joining the forum for a long time. I ride a couple of Beach Cruiser Bikes with 80cc CDH Power engines. I've been a motorized bike rider for over a year and I love it. Hope I can learn a lot from you and also help others with...