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  1. Deon954

    Deon954 New Member

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    Want to know how far I can push the limit. I did this motor myself and proud of it. I want imput and advise as to how I can push the envelope and to see how fast I can possibly go your comments and suggestions would be greatly appreciate it thank you.
     
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    dellrado carb 21mm slow jets
     
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    Welcome to the forum and I've seen the pics of your bike... Nice start for sure :D
    Just read up in the high performance section and feel free to ask questions, there's a lot of talent in here and more than a few of us have bikes that can easily exceed 40 mph after a few fairly easy mods. Yours already has the right parts on the outside but let us know what's inside and we can help.
     
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    Thanks Davezilla
    Bottom end is balanced, cylinder ported match everything. Yes does close to 60mph and wanted to know I can do to get her up to 65+
     
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    ON A BICYCLE???? IT wasn't made for even 40mph, which is as fast as I wanna go on a BICYCLE!!!! I'll bet you can get a motorcycle to do 65mph. If you're building for the track, then more power to ya. If yer building for the street, then I think yer probably kinda nutz.LOL I'm mostly just kidding bro. IT'S YOUR BIKE, BUILD IT YOUR WAY. BUT, You'll never catch me trying to do 65mph ON A BICYCLE.
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  6. 2door

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    Just so you're forewarned, when anyone makes claims of speeds like yours it can generate some problems. Don't take it too seriously if/when you get reactions from non-believers. Don't defend your position with arguments or disrespectful comment.

    Just a warning so you'll know what can happen :)

    Tom
     
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    I hope he doesn't think I was being disrespectful 2door. A little Fatherly warning perhaps, Me being 60 years old and such. 60 mph does sound like a little bit of a stretch though. But who the heck am I to say. I usually question a 45mph stocker. 40mph on a stock engine is real possible, it's kinda hard to get the extra 5mph for 45, on a stock anyway. But I don't know what he did to his engine, Whatever it is, I aint gonna do it to mine. I don't wanna do 60mph on a BICYCLE. I think if the guy wants to one day also see 60 years old, he should slow it down just a little on his BICYCLE. Just my opinion.
    IT'S YOUR BIKE, BUILD IT YOUR WAY.
    Just build it, and RIDE IT safe.
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  8. Deon954

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    Lol. Never cared what pol thought about me they don't believe come on down for a race. But I've have a ton of stuff done to my bike and I'm sure I can get this baby to 65mph. And no Arrow did not build my motor!
     
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    I'm right there with ya bro. I don't care much for peoples "OPINIONS" either.
    IF someone is giving me a FACT, I'll listen. Opinions are like A-holes, everybody has one, and most of em stink. SO, To shut em up before they even get started. Shoot a video at 60mph.....NUF SAID.
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    IT'S YOUR BIKE, BUILD IT YOUR WAY.
     
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