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It's plenty of power and a lot of fun. Good engine too. Let us know if yo need help in assembly.
I crashed in a bicycle helmet once, going around a property. Slid on snow that had fallen within a minute. The bicycle helmet barely helped, still...
Desert and rain? Whaaaa? Arizona? With rain? Mind blown.
Want to avoid sarcasm?
Less typing, more doing.
Prove your project can be done.
Use Mag Wheels.
Use hydraulic MOTORCYCLE calipers.
The limits of bicycle tires haven't really been tested, but if any tire explode son a...
That's considered an extra mod and will be about $200 extra.
Just having no governor and the stock parts will last a very long time and you'll...
#41 is compatible with #415 all the way.
Just saw one in person yesterday. Bone stock red bike with the slim tires.
All I can say is, it looks pretty. But the wheels and spokes look...
I'd make two bottom bars.
They don't have any adapter plates.
It's easy to assemble on your own if you have something to break the chain and you're mechanically-oriented.
Get a four stroke kit. That seems to be last option.
The four stroke kits are all centrifugal. I've never heard of a 2 stroke kit with a centrifugal clutch.
Sounds good, just let me know.
You can buy a $250 kit to jackshaft the engine to the pedal chain. But that's expensive.
I'll just wait a few months to see a build.
My 66 was 220. Haha
People put more than 2000 in 212 builds.
But I was told it would take 700-1000 to do a 79cc Build and I did it with less than 400.
Definitely buy a welder. But, you know what?
The predator V twin is garbage.
Under $500 you could buy a used motorcycle engine with the same...