SBP shift kit, looking for a video demo

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  1. Humsuckler

    Humsuckler New Member

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    hey im leaning towards trying out one of the shift kits on my new build since its an older bike with gears, i dont want to put any unnessasary stresses on the little hub and old spokes, best to run it the way it was meant to be.

    im just looking for a few videos of them in action, ill be buying a pipe with it as well!

    thanks guys more to come. look for pics of the bike!
     
  2. Humsuckler

    Humsuckler New Member

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    ah excellent buddy! thanks alot i knew there had to be someone with all of them lol

    (even got a taste of the pipes sound too ;)
     
  3. EnFlaMEd

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    Haha most of those vids are of my bike. The shift kit is awesome dude you won't regret it. Being able to climb steep hills and go fast at low revs is the best when commuting. Here is a vid I took today after stuffing around with my tune for a bit. Still not perfect but getting close.

    YouTube - Motorized Bike 0-60kmh sprint
     
  4. toker_ace

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    I have got to get me one!!!!!!!! Honey,can I have $200.00 ? Please! lol! What has life come too? When and where did I lose control ? I'm a slave to my family! I guess its worth it. I'll be getting me one soon. You can bet your a_ _ !!!
     
  5. lordoflightaz

    lordoflightaz New Member

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    YOU ARE IN LUCK. They are on sale right now $159 plus shipping. You can at least get a pizza delivered and still be under $200.
     
  6. BarelyAWake

    BarelyAWake New Member

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    except you prolly want the HD (heavy duty) setup at $200 somethin'

    or at least I do anyway... dangitalltohell I need a raise :(
     
  7. EnFlaMEd

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    I've done almost 900kms with the non HD freewheel and no trouble so far. Only oiled it twice too.
     
  8. BarelyAWake

    BarelyAWake New Member

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    Good to know - but I'm a pessimist lol and an extra few bucks wont kill me, this whole project makes me giggle and I've still less than $400 in it heh

    Besides, it's most likely for my next build and I'm not cutting any corners on that'un.
     
  9. toker_ace

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    dangitalltohell>>>>>Thats funny man! Its not that $200 is that much . Its all the $200 I've spent on all the past bikes and whatnots.****, I got three motorized bikes now.How many does this ol'fart need? I'm still gonna get me one!
     
  10. BarelyAWake

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    Obv you need one for each day o'the week - yer still four short as I see it :D
     

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