Cold Starting 66 cc China Girl 2 Stroke for Newbies

Davideo

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While trying to help a new member start his first build, I got the idea of making a short video covering every pitfall I could imagine attempting a first cold start. Anyone with suggestions that we could add.
 
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Davideo

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I’d honestly like to know more about that possibly super dangerous rear sprocket you have on it.
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Have not had any problems with it so far. I think it is the greatest thing for motorized bicycles I have come across to date. It is a practical way to get rid of that heavy chain drag whenever you want in a matter of seconds. I have thought about the safety aspects of having a big fat pin like that stuck in my wheel but, I am pretty much convinced that for sure it cant fall in and it takes a big tug to pull it out.
 
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Davideo

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The only negative comment I can honestly make is; the extraction loops are not perfectly designed and there is evidence that they can rub on the bike frame and fender stays. It would be great if there was a positive way to fold them back and out of the way.
 

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Cool I was worried that pin could slip and cause your wheel to lock, it is a neat idea to release the sprocket for pure peddle time
 
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Davideo

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Cool I was worried that pin could slip and cause your wheel to lock, it is a neat idea to release the sprocket for pure peddle time
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Your concerns are the same ones I had at first when I was considering the initial purchase.
 
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