New to Motorized Bicycles From Tucson AZ

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  1. ToxicAz520

    ToxicAz520 New Member

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    Hello everyone My name is Nate and I am new to this but have been wanting one of these for years now Finally got one and it is a blast. I have been going over the bike from head to tow since i didnt build it making sure everything is right and good.usflg
     
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    Re: New to MB's From Tucson AZ

    Welcome to the forum from another Tusconian. Hope to see you at the 2011 undead race.
     
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    Re: New to MB's From Tucson AZ

    Welcome to the forum. Keep your chain and bolts tight.
     
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    Thank you for the welcomes! ya i have been checking them regularly. Also I have seen short postings of death race.A race by spooky tooth at the go kart track right.
     
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    Re: New to MB's From Tucson AZ

    Th ebike i have is all stock the person who built it did an alright job but i have been tuning the carb fighting 4 stroking at cruise about 3/4 throtle.i am also worrieg about the heat in the summer 105 to 110 daily! should i run a lower ratio like 25:1 instead of 32:1.
     
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    Re: New to MB's From Tucson AZ

    Welcome ToxicAZ to the forum, glad you joined us.

    Stick with the 32:1, been running in the AZ heat for years with no problems. The only heat problem I have seen is the chrome motors. They dont seem to dissipate the heat very well.

    All our motors at Freedom Bikes is broken in with 50:1 Amsoil Saber then switched to 100:1 after break in.

    Me personally, I run the saber at 40 or 50:1 all the time.
     
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    Re: New to MB's From Tucson AZ

    welcome from FH :)
     

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