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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by maniac57, Jul 11, 2014.
&^^%$ing boost bottles
Don't tell me. Let me guess. The engine won't start?
Hmmmm I wonder what the problem is?
Now that looks like a candidate for some JB Weld!!!
Yep Right dar bee Jay Bouee...
Yup... another boost bottle victim... Maybe the guy took it off because he noticed the bottle was empty and that's why his bike won't start.... wants to know how to refill it and what to refill it with so he can put it back on and leave everyone else in the dust...
I've been told by reliable sources that Magical Fairy poots have more punch than nitrous.......I think I've located a source. Info as I get it.
You have to get that from Smurfs. Everybody knows that.....
No, they're bootlegging it from genetically modified smurf-like organisms now.
But... But... EVERYBODY knows NOS is better than nitrous...
"Thar's a hole in my intake,
Dear Liza, dear Liza.
Thar's a hole in my intake,
Dear Liza. A hole."
Dave everyone knows you refill those bottles with snake oil......
Just shows how much you know about getting 20+ HP out of these Chine Girl engines....LOL!
I know what that hole is for. Oil injection. That's where the Opti-2 goes in. Right?
Tom, I'm disappointed. You should know that that hole is too big for the 100:1 Opti -2 oil.....now the generic 16:1 Wally World oil just might fit.
You're right, X. What the heck was I thinking?
But, I guess you could bush the hole down to 4mm which I believe is the right size for injecting Opti.
Now I know where they hid Jimmy Hoffa!
Ding, ding, ding!! We have a winner, folks!!!
Now that was funny, don't care who you are!! Actually lost a little beer on the keyboard with that one.......it was worth it!!!
Sooo... I guess if Opti2 is good at 100:1, I guess if we put it in thru a bigger hole so it'll be 16:1 the bike will go faster...
Um... Map... Where can I get some snake oil for my boost bottle?
Looks like the perfect place to feed the MAP gas and O2 in..
A couple of wraps of duct tape should hold the tanks on under the liquid fuel tank on the crossbar.
Dang with this much adversity. Why was I looking for Smurfs in the woods? This is sounding like a better Idea all the time!!
Then you just find someone brave enough (or crazy enough) to ride it. Considering there are people who've built jet-powered bicycles that shouldn't be too hard.