Dyno Roadster

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  1. gyro in georgia

    gyro in georgia New Member

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    HI, new to the site and have been thinking of motorizing my Dyno Roadster, that has set in my basement for 2 years collecting dust now.... I have seen a few websites that sell an 80cc engine, but I haven't found a site that shows if it will fit a stretched low-rider..... Does anyone have any expierence with this? Any feedback is appreciated!!
     
  2. Dave31

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    Welcome to the forum, glad you joined us.

    Not familiar with your bike but there are many that have built stretched MB's.
     
  3. azbill

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    welcome :)
    your bike is similar to the slick daddy I believe
    look at redB66's bike...(it's a greenline stretch)
    it'll give you some ideas on how to do yours
     
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    Howdy Gyro, welcome
     
  6. gyro in georgia

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    Hey guy's thank you for your reply's! And Yep, Redb66 that looks just like my bike. Did you make the mounting brackets for the motor yourself or was that part of the engine kit you purchased?

    ps. your bike looks AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks again,

    Gyro
     
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  7. RedB66

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    I made them out of Simpson construction ties (Homedepot $4-$5) and...exhuast clamps.
     
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  8. MellowOne

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    Howdy Gyro!
    I am in the Marietta, Powder Springs area. Have fun with your build! Lots of resources here!
     
  9. bigtymeatl

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    I'm in the Powder Springs area and want to get one. I think it'd be cool to build and to ride around in. Any pointers about where to buy it from or any gotcha's?.shft.
     

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