pretty sure.this is a one of a kind

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  1. airliebeachlowrider

    airliebeachlowrider New Member

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    Hey guys I very recently built this bike. It's a mambo 15inch lowrider with an eBay 66cc kit on it. Was a nightmare to install on such a small frame. But pulled it off and everything is sweet. It has a 44 tooth sprocket which on a 15 inch wheel allows me to climb steep hills without any problems at all. Top speed is 33 kph without trying to hurt it. And she certainly turns a lot of heads. Let me know what you think
     

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  2. dragray

    dragray New Member

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    it may be a one of a kind, but it isn't the smallest motorized bike.
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  3. rustycase

    rustycase Gutter Rider

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    Looks like you did a great job of tucking it in there, A !
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  4. 2door

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    In hot rod terminology that's called a 'shoehorn' job. Meaning it took some work to suff that engine into that small space. Good job, sir. Cute little bike too.
    Thanks for sharing with us and welcome to the forum.

    Tom
     
  5. locell

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    sweet! a real high sissy-bar on the seat would be pimpin!
     

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