The Green Hornet, by Egor

Egor

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This is my fast one, it has a Mkuni carb and lots of porting a 39 tooth sprocket and a 70cc engine. I just added the springer and the new seat. The tank color will go through-out, I will not be able to call it the Green Hornet any more. LOL Have fun, Dave
 

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paul

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what would be cool is if you could find an green hornet sticer for the tank. i will look around let you know if i find anything
 

Egor

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I have a Mikuni carburetor on this one, and I did the porting to the max. I am going to get crazy and try and get some larger transfer ports in there, I got a carving kit today. I will let you know how it go's. It will cruse all day at 32mph now so we will see how it does when I am done. Have fun, Dave
 

Egor

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Any problems mounting the kit on the Moondoggie?
I have three bikes all together. The Moondoggie has a small frame and you can't pull the barrel off with-ought taking out the studs, but other than that, no problem. One thing I would like to hear from someone else that has another larger bike, is about vibration. (Comparing from one bike to another). this bike rides like a motorcycle in that there is no vibration transfered to the frame. Its like one of my little Honda's. The other two bikes have a vibration that is annoying and keeps you from enjoying the bike as it should be. I wonder if is the more compact frame that does it. I am going to try and make another motor mount for the Pacific, that will give it three, and see if that helps. I know on a motorcycle if one of the motor bolts gets loose it will knock the enamel off your teeth with vibration, or crack the frame. Have fun, Dave
 

Egor

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looking forward to hearing the results. i am thinking about porting mine also
Cruiser - I love doing porting, you will not believe the difference. Let me know if you start and I will lend you a hand if you need, I have been doing porting for a long time. Ever heard of (FMF), I know Donnie and all the boys from the big tuning days. The fella that has the full suspension tuned bike has a reed block on his but he has not put the holes in the piston yet, I explained what he needed to do, he said he was going to try that mod. That is one of the most important changes for a slow revving two smoke, I think it would give the most low end possible, and I know a trick to get two extra ports out of it. Have fun Dave
 

Bikeguy Joe

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Dave-

I had "massive vibration" with the Western Flyer (cruiser frame) and very little on the Ross Military bike. The Ross was a much lighter bike, but with a "diamond" frame.
 

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This is my fast one, it has a Mkuni carb and lots of porting a 39 tooth sprocket and a 70cc engine. I just added the springer and the new seat. The tank color will go through-out, I will not be able to call it the Green Hornet any more. LOL Have fun, Dave
what color green is that? And what kind of paint? It looks like a pearl paint in the pic. Very nice.
 

Russell

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Grate looking ride! Don't change the name!
I'm going to have to build a bike just to go with that retro name!
 

Egor

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That was the moon dogie from Wallmart it is the original color, it is like a day glow green. I am not fond of the color but I have had the bike for a long time and it is unchanged. I have too many bikes and need to just get some painted up and looking the way I intended. I do like the way this bike goes but it is very small and a little bit squirrel'ie. Ill keep you posted. Have fun, Dave
 

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Evan

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This is my fast one, it has a Mkuni carb and lots of porting a 39 tooth sprocket and a 70cc engine. I just added the springer and the new seat. The tank color will go through-out, I will not be able to call it the Green Hornet any more. LOL Have fun, Dave
Hey hornet......What is that front fork set up? Nice ride
Evan