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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by SLO_RIDER, Jan 25, 2012.
Im looking at a 20 in low rider bike. Any sugestions.
Welcome...can't help on the bike..what engine did you order?
66cc grubee angel fire slant
Will that sprocket go well with a 20 in rim
thats my mane worrie right now
My son's each have a chopper, one East Coast, and one West Coast. No problems on either one.
This will help you with installing the engine.
Hows the top speed and take off with the 20 in
and i think ive got a 44 tooth come with it??
All my builds have the standard 44 tooth sprocket. My Cruiser will run circles around them, but we didn't build them for speed. All have 66cc engines.
i need a lil speed outa this im hoping for around 30 will i get it or do i need new sprocket??
Thanks for the check list sems very helpfull
Pushing it to 30MPH will be hard to do with a 44 tooth sprocket. I'd install the 44 tooth and see if performs as you like. Then if not someone here might have what you need.
Well thanks for the in put
cant wait to get this kit in and go to work
SO HERE IT IS
Cool bike, nice work on it. I like the twisted metal work. I'd recommend replacing that factory plug wire and boot, though, and maybe throwing a hanger on for the muffler.
Thanks for the help
what kinda plug and wire should i use and ware do i get it??
I tried taking the plug to the parts store he said he cant find a cross reffrance for it
There are threads here on changing your plug wire, it's quite easy to do. A quick search here will get you all you need to know. I'd never done one before and it took me 5 minutes on the first try. It depends on how well the CDI was made as to how much fight it'll give you. The first one I did, the plug wire simply unscrewed from the CDI, the second had been thoroughly glued together, and was a pain in the ... neck. In both cases, the factory plug-boot died of shame, just fell apart on the work bench.
The best place to go is your local NAPA store, buy a length of solid core plug wire (or coil wire), a plug boot, and a couple of plugs. I'm using an NGK B5HS with good results, but others here may be able to recommend something better for you.
Do you have the slant head with that plug?? I have the gt5 slant head
Yes, I have a 66cc slant with an NT carb.
Well thanx ive got the cns it seams to be doin fine so far but i havent heard much good abought it
nice bike,lots of threads here on subject of plugs wires etc,love to see more pics
Yea i had to go around the tensioner it was a real of crap.
I just made it like a regular mini bike. To tightin it you pull the back tier back you know?