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    Hi, I'm new to motorized biking and ordered my first kit today from zone 8 cycling, it's a raw 80cc kit I'm going to mount it on a micargi pantara beach cruiser i got off craigslist (exciting stuff!)any and all advice appreciated.dance1
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    Hey, welcome to the best and biggest motorized bicycle forum :D

    PS: they are 66 cc.....
     
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    thanks, any thoughts on how the kit will fit the bike i got?

    this is the kit...
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    [​IMG]i need to make a front mount,
    can i get some specifications on the proses.
    thanks.
     
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    You must have a motor with the small mount up front because the ones I use bolt right up with no need for a mount. Pic 1

    Pic 2 On the smaller mounts we will use a 1 5/8" muffler clamp. We also use a coil spring booster but I do not seem to have any pics of it.
     

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    I'm having problems braking my 415 chain to size, what tool can i use?
     
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    If you don't have a chain breaker that pushes the links out
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    a file or grinder to grind the pin down to the side plate
    then punch the pin out with a punch or a nail
     
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    walmart has a chain breaker for $5 and it worked for my 415 chain plus it comes with a extra master link.
     
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    almost dun...dance1
     
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    That's going to be a cool ride,ESP. Ride careful and enjoy. Thanks for sharing the photos. I'm a big cruiser fan and I like your bike.
    Tom
     
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    hi welcome to the forum, me too where both new here, i got 80cc from zoombicycles. it runs verywell. its in my 3rd month using this engine. just broken in
     
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    thanks all, the bike is complete and running good almost broke in.can some one post some links on how to adjust 4 smoothest idol.
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