Hyper Beach Cruiser #2

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  1. MindStorm

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    HYPER Beach Cruiser
    Flying Horse Engine 66cc - Ported
    NT Speed Carburetor
    High Flow Air Filter
    36T Flat Sprocket
    HD Short Chain Tensioner
    NGK B7HS Spark Plug
    Taylor Spiro Pro 8mm Spark Plug Wire
    HYspeed Fuel Line 1/4"
    CNC Aluminum/ Glass Fuel Filter
    13" Riser Handlebars
    Tektro Front Brakes
    DURO Beach Bum White Wall Tires

    Paint - Flat Black & Semi Gloss Black
     

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  2. JerryAssburger

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    NICE! That's the bike I'm trying for my 1st build... (so far so good). Any special things you found out during the build?
     
  3. MindStorm

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    pretty straight forward build other then the down tube is larger then the engine mount space so adapter is needed, unless your engine is made for the wide down tube. You may be able to dremel out the mount for a direct fit. I like the HD (Heavy Duty) front engine mount, very solid - found on Ebay ($11).

    *Install front brakes for a safer ride.

    brnot
     
  4. ckangaroo70

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    Nice looking ride!
     
  5. Slogger

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    It looks cool all blacked out with whitewalls.
    Nice!
     
  6. Potato_In_Exhaust

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    Not a fan of flat black but, nice bike nonetheless.
     
  7. ZipTie

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    Very clean good looking build!!!!
     
  8. JerryAssburger

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    I lucked out and had the "Big U-bolt" adapter in my engine kit- otherwise, I would have been able to mount my engine a lot lower than what I did. So far, I haven't really ran into anything bad- might need stronger wheels...? If I could locate a disk-brake fork that looked "stock" and bolt up, I think that woould also be a nice upgrade. While I'm "wishing".... a good sprocket/hub adapter would be sweet.
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    scratg
     
  9. wheelbender6

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    Its very nicely murdered out.
     
  10. MindStorm

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    It's a work in progress, here's one in red...
    I'll update with a pic of an aluminum disc brake bracket that I'm going to use once I can get the front wheel I need
     

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  11. JerryAssburger

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    AAARRRRG, Mindstorm! My favorite bike in my favorite coloooooor! YES! Do you mind me asking, WHAT is that mounted by the front wheel.... some sort of add-on disk brake?
    That bike is Stinking Cool. Have you done a Schwinn Aerovane yet? That's like my other favorite bike.
     
  12. Dan

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    Looks awesome! Suweeet build!

    That front fender is gonna try and kill ya. No kidding. They vibrate themselves just enough to go around a half turn and stop the front wheel dead. But you and the bike keep going. Don't end well.

    I really like the flat black, almost military look. Purty work!
     

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