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  1. hong@hong kong

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    I am hong from Hong Kong. I am doing a project of a motorized bicycle with chinese kit. Here is the photo of my bike :[​IMG]
     
  2. Ernst

    Ernst New Member

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    Hello Hong from Hong Kong!

    I'm not seeing how you tank fits on for some reason this morning.

    Is that a fender as well?

    I like how you have the engine.
     
  3. hong@hong kong

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    It's the 2.5L fuel tank, but it doesn't fit on my bike.
    Then I remove the sit and put it on and mount it.
    The seat bar is mounted on the fuel tank and the fender is mounted on the seat bar
    And I am going to start it.
     
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    biken stins New Member

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    Hello Hong.
    Welome to the site.
    What type of bicycle is used ?
     
  5. hong@hong kong

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    It's just a second-hand 26'' cheap bike from china.
    I don't know what type of bicycle it belong to.
     
  6. hong@hong kong

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    This Chinese kit is the latest version with the 85cc engine.
    [email protected]
    40 tooth 5 holes sprocket
    2.5L fuel tank
    I only cost me about 110USD(850HKD)
     
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    biknut Active Member

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    Hi Hong, welcome to the forum from Dallas. You're the second guy from HK in 2 days. I visited HK a few years ago. Seemed a lot like Dallas. One of my good friends here in Dallas is from HK.
     
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    biknut Active Member

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    Does it vibrate a lot?
     
  9. hong@hong kong

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    I have not started it yet. I am finding the fuel.
     
  10. Saddletramp1200

    Saddletramp1200 Custom MB Buiilder

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    Welcome Hong! You have found the best Motorized Bike Fourm there is. If we can help, just ask. :)
     
  11. silverbear

    silverbear The Boy Who Never Grew Up

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    Welcome to the forum, Hong. That engine is quite a jump in horsepower. I hope it holds together. Let us know how it goes.
    SB
     
  12. Lance Portnoff

    Lance Portnoff New Member

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    welcome hong kong to the best forum in the world, good luck with your project
     
  13. hong@hong kong

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    If you have any problem of Chinese, you can ask me to translate too.
     
  14. Ernst

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    歡迎來到我們的卑微的論壇。
     
  15. hong@hong kong

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    I think you had just used the Google Translate.
    Do you know what "卑微" means?
     
  16. silverbear

    silverbear The Boy Who Never Grew Up

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    I think that might be the symbol for two ice cubes. Or maybe a couple UPS boxes. Square eyeglasses. Don't know.
    SB
     
  17. rohmell

    rohmell Active Member

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    Maybe replacement 85cc heads, cylinders and pistons will be available as repair parts to upgrade the 49 and 66 cc engines.
     
  18. daRog

    daRog New Member

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    I looked up other meanings. Then I laughed.
     
  19. hong@hong kong

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    Have anyone used the Chinese automatic clutch.
    I've seen these on Taobao for about 15USD(100RMB)
     
  20. rohmell

    rohmell Active Member

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    If you mean centrifugal clutch like this:

    cent clutch parts .jpg

    Yes, I am using one, and all future builds will have one.
    I enjoy it very much, and will never go back to manual clutch again.
     

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