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  1. popp314

    popp314 New Member

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    just a new member, trying to learn a little bit more and try to get myself a motorized bike
     
  2. popp314

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    one main question is, what do i need? Just a kit or a kit and a motor? does the kit come with a motor?
     
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    thanks, appreciate your help
     
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    Welcome to forum Popp, glad you could join us!
     
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    Nothing fancy, or all the tools in the world.

    Chain-breaker for the 415 chain------or pin punch, hammer, block of wood.
    check out the instructions on assembly at the dealers web pages, lots of help.
    Welcome to the forum and merry christmas
     
  8. MB-Monkey

    MB-Monkey New Member

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    Welcome to the forum i installed my kit with simple hand tools i.e socket set and box wrenches and a cordless drill to help set the rear sprocket. and from all the help i got here putting it together if I can do it just about anyone here can do it. So good luck and i can say from experience its worth the time and loads of fun.
     
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    Hi im a college student and recently purchased a secondhand motor bicycle engine which is missing some electrical components. I have narrowed it down that I am missing the CDI ignition, kill switch, and spark plug cap-cable as well as the instructions which makes it all the more difficult. Anyways, as a MB newbie I was hoping you could point me in the right direction to find this parts at a local radio shack or pep boys.

    p.s. how do you start a new post in the forum, I'm been struggling to start a new thread. I have pictures if that helps as well. Thanks and look forward to hearing back form you.
     
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    You will likely have to get the CDI from an online dealer. You can probably get the rest from Motorcycle and Auto parts stores. There should be a Sprocket with the words "New Thread" written over it at the top of the list of threads. Click on that to start your own.
     
  11. Dave31

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    Welcome to the forum, glad you joined us .boogy1a
     

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