Steel frame motorized bike basics in a second

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by BOYGOFAST, Mar 7, 2015.

  1. BOYGOFAST

    BOYGOFAST New Member

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    #1 BOYGOFAST, Mar 7, 2015
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  2. 2door

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    Your link doesn't work. Says, "Unavailable". Try again?

    Tom
     
  3. BOYGOFAST

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    Sorry checked it ,it's now correct try it again please,thanks.
     
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    As with so many of your posts I fail to understand the point you are making :confused:
     
  5. mapbike

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    No offense intended by me either but I have to say Ditto to what IWw said.

    I have no idea what your intension with the post is, you atlk about frame flex or something and then post videos talking about running the bike single speed until you can get your stuff together for making it a shifter bike with a 3 speed hub.


    Me no Savy...lol!

    :confused:


    Map
     
  6. MotorBicycleRacing

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    BOYGOFAST is a famous rock star in his own mind and has the distinction of getting booted off the other forum for making absolutely no sense. :D LOL

    It's good entertainment if you are in on the joke.
     
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  7. boxcar

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    If I understand your complaint correctly ???????
    You are complaining and warning about your fork flexing ???????
    The fork you are running would seem to be an RST Cappa...... Not the best fork in the gambit when one is looking for strength.
    They are famous for large amounts of flex.
    Complicated by the conversion to a 1" steer tube.....
    You might want to look there before warning the world that all stock framed motorized bikes are flawed...........
     
  8. mapbike

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    i agree, sounds like a fork issue and not the frame.
     
  9. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Personally, I think it's more of a poster issue than a bicycle issue.
    I mostly have NO CLUE what this poster is babbling about......EVER.
     
  10. BOYGOFAST

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    Hey I provided a simple 1930's 66 cc engine kit featured on a steel bicycle frame. Nothing complicated the links work I checked them both. If you can't get airtime then you should ask for some help..
     
  11. BOYGOFAST

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    boxcar and a few other don't get the post, representation of historic standard by impersonating the original a cheap copy's of original are just that and if a few of the members don't understand there's a difference then forget I mentioned it
     
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  12. Davezilla

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    I couldn't agree more...
     
  13. Davezilla

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    Dude I don't think ANY of us get what you're trying to say...
     
  14. mapbike

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    Im honestly not trying to be rude here at all BOYGOFAST, but I seriously have no idea what it is you're trying to say in this thread, I r3ad and reread the things you've posted and I just cant put the pieces together completely.

    But even though Im not sure what points you're trying to make here, I can honestly say I wish you the best and hope your bike build or builds work out great, just ride safe and enjoy.
     
  15. Davezilla

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    Same here.. I'm not trying to bash on you or be rude either, but trying to understand exactly what your trying to say or what point you're trying to get to isn't exactly the easiest thing to do here...
     
  16. boxcar

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    I'm lost........ What historic standard? The 1930's bike that you chopped up?
     
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  17. mapbike

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    LOL...... yep.... the historic standard comment throw'd a monkey wrench in ot for me too.
     
  18. fatdaddy

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    Maybe the guy just needs his 15 minutes of fame, attention, or a little recognition. (or perhaps he's just a lonely soul.) Tell him, Good Job on the build, Just like you would any newbie. Offer advice on the fork flex, ect,ect. And hope his next post is a question or advice relevant to the thread. And try to guide him in the use of the forum. If he just wanted to show off his new build, COOL, But then thats how he should present it. And explain THAT to him. To keep it RELEVANT. I dont wanna be rude either.
    fatdaddy.usflg
     
  19. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    There's a word for this kind of thing....
    But I like the forum and dont want to get banned.
     
  20. fatdaddy

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    A lot of people post nonsense on threads, So why is everyone getting all worked up over this ONE GUY? If ya think his posts are crap, ignore it!! Thats the best advice I got. If he gets no response, sooner or later he'll just give up.
    fatdaddy.usflg
     

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