Sick Bike Parts ????

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  1. spad4me

    spad4me New Member

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    Pablo You have a typo on your website. FYI .
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    Here it is LOL

    Sick Bile Parts LLC

    I did a screendump of my last purchase from your site.

    Thank you. spad4me.
     
  2. Pablo

    Pablo Master Bike Builder & Forum Sponsor

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    Wow OK, maybe you could have told us privately. Stuff happens. Can you shoot me the link as to what page it's on?
     
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    I found it. It's in the alt ref code
     
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    lordoflightaz New Member

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    But then the search engines won't pick it updance1 Now anyone with "bile" issues will find you.
     
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    Sick bile parts yummy!!!!!
     
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    How much for a pound of gall bladder? laff
     
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  7. Pablo

    Pablo Master Bike Builder & Forum Sponsor

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    Sorry - sold out!

    Well the typo was buried in code, and is now fixed. Thanks for pointing it out Spad.
     
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  8. spad4me

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    I ordered the parts for an engine driven pedal able jack shaft on Friday they came in on Monday. WOW.
    No mistake in the quality of the parts and the quick service.
    Thank You Pablo.
     
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  9. Pablo

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    No problem! Thank you!!
     
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    Review of shift kit

    I recently purchased a shift kit to be installed on a road bike that had 700c tires with a 80cc engine. Overall I found the kit and instruction of very good and professional quality. I have installed several motor kits before so I will only concentrate on the issues I experienced as a first time installer of the shift kit. I did have some installment issues which Jim at Sick Bike Parts was very helpful in solving. The biggest issue I had was lack of power and torque. My idea of buying a road bike with 700c tires was that it would go like a rocket. However the big wheels was just too much for the motor and I couldn't even keep up with my brother riding a standard motorized bike kit with an identical engine. Jim recommended that I go from a 10 tooth sprocket on the jack shaft .rd..rd..rd..rd.to a 9 tooth and change from the standard 44 tooth chainwheel to a 48 tooth. This solution was going to cost me a little more but my other option was to dismantle everything and install it on another bike that had 26 inch wheels. I decided to spend the extra bucks than invest all that extra time.

    To make a long story shorter....I installed the other sprockets today and everything works great ! I'm still breaking in my new motor but optimistic that the bike will out perform my brother. I've also ordered a slant head which I hope may zoom things up even more.

    I would recommend that this kit NOT be installed on a bike with the larger 700c tires UNLESS you are willing to spend the extra bucks to increase the gear ratio from the standard kit. If you do increase the gear ratio you will have a great ride.

    In the future I may try the kit on a 26 inch bike for comparison.

    The guys at Sick Bike Parts are great to deal with and I recommend this kit if you want increased performance.....but highly recommend that you stick to 26 inch tires or smaller.
     
  11. Pablo

    Pablo Master Bike Builder & Forum Sponsor

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    Good feedback - not so many folks have done the 700 wheel install. I do wonder how the 9T alone would have done.

    You'll enjoy it even more as your engine breaks in.
     
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    Re: Sick Bile Parts ????

    I don't think just the 9t would have done it because I still lack sufficient power for gears 6 and 7. I'm hoping the slat head will take care of that. I should know in a couple of days.

    Do you need different gaskets to install the slant head or can the originals work or what about gasket seal ?

    Thanks
     
  13. Pablo

    Pablo Master Bike Builder & Forum Sponsor

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    Yeah top gear is a tough nut with an unmodded engine even with 26" wheels. Your low gear should be a rock crawler. You'll love it. I ride mine with a 9T sometimes like a trials bike. Amazing compared to the strap on sprocket.

    Yes, you will need a new head gasket. I wouldn't use gasket seal for a head gasket, but that's just me. Now, per Norman I have used the Aluminum spray paint coating on the gasket. Works really, really well!! (Another Norman recommended trick)
     
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