Clutch Wheelies on 2Stroke china girls (80cc)?

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  1. massdrive

    massdrive New Member

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    Hey Dan don't forget the ever popular, "I never get sick". Yaaaaaaaak yaaaaaaaaaak...
     
  2. xseler

    xseler Well-Known Member

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    "What..... me worry?"


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  3. Dan

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    HAR! lol


    I'll hold it and you light the fuse.

    You look just like Charles Manson.

    Let it down slowly.

    This doesn't taste right.

    I can make this light before it changes.

    I can do that with my eyes closed.

    I couldn't do the alphamabit backwards sober. XLMYLOMONZ

    look ma! no hands!
     
  4. xseler

    xseler Well-Known Member

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    Kinda like lick'n a 9v, eh?
     
  5. Dan

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    Sorry FractaL. Really didn't mean to ramble on your thread. Was just so funny.

    There is a manual clutch for 4 smokes now. Can't wait to try lifting the front end with it. Building a gear-reduction/tranny for a HS, Honda 50 just for it.
     
  6. Dan

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    LOLOLOL Xman. Carol just had me test 2 batteries... "Really? that's how you check?"

    Nope, just enjoy the taste"......
     
  7. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Well said Sir!
    I may get old, but I REFUSE to grow up.
    :)
     
  8. CTripps

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    My beast weighs too much to lift the front wheel on it's 36T sprocket (84 lbs plus my 160-ish), but if I take Harley59's bike out to start it up it can lift the front wheel with me on it with the 48T sprocket it has (when it has warmed up a little).

    A bent seat post will help move your weight back, making it easier to lift the front end. Just make sure you adjust the front brake to grab a little more, or you may not have enough weight on it when you try braking and turning to keep it from sliding (been there, done that.. front wheel of the cruiser slid sideways on a low speed turn and dumped me once).
     

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