BMX with 35 cc 2-stroke engine

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  1. denmasardhy

    denmasardhy New Member

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    hello all,

    i am a new member here and would like to share my 2nd BMX with 35 cc engine, made on 2004 and still running today.

    for overview, it use tanaka 2 stroke engine and mixed gasoline. just modify a little bit on the clutch and put pulley to get the correct ratio. max speed is approx 55 km/h
     

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  2. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Welcome to the forum!

    Nice job!
     
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    denmasardhy New Member

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    thanks joe
    i found this community unintentionally and now will spend hours to read those interesting posts. lot to learn and share
     
  4. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    How did you mount the driven sprocket?
     
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    hi joe
    hope below attachment will give better idea, pls excuse the pic quality as taken with mobile only
     

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    Ludwig II Well-Known Member

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    It's brilliant. Mine's never going to look that good when it's built.

    I hope it's ok with you, I put a copy of the top pic down in the picture section.
     
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    thanks ludwig
    i keep reading the indian and harley davidson build now, focused on the frame and fuel tank fabrication method. nice to find the jig example to help on the accuracy. interesting for my 4th design input
     
  8. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Very nice looking bike! Innovative and technically well thought out. Good job!
     
  9. 16v4nrbrgr

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    Totally rad bike! I wish those style frames were easier to come by, I'd love a BMX like that.
     
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    Welcome to the forum...thats a wicked nice bike...keep up the great work...
     
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    That's a bmx? What about the dropouts? My brain says NO! But my hand wants to twist that throttle! Nice ride!
     
  12. denmasardhy

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    its a local made bmx, the brand is wim cycle and the model is hot rod
    the SS frame is so thick and give perfect weight to get stability in high speed
     

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