And yes sir.... my left leg is wrapped in bacon. Would you like some?
..oh man, links from that above video. And down the youtube rabbit hole again
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Is that corky coker?
The first bike looks like it vents exhaust directly out of the head but also has an exhaust pipe too?
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> The first bike looks like it vents exhaust
> directly out of the head but also has an exhaust
> pipe too?
I was wondering about that too. Love the blue flames though.
Where does one find a bike like that in the first video? I want one!!!!!
that thing is sick
Holy schmoley......love the exhaust System...blue is nice.
It's not a moped.
It's just another fucking motorized bicycle for groms ;)
Many of the race engines had drilled valve pockets or were drilled at the very bottom of the cylinder. It was probably a simple way to get as much exhaust flow as possible, and obviously sound wasn't an issue. You can see the ported cylinder base in this video.
i'll take 2 please!
There is nothing cooler than a WWI era motorcycles in my book, but crazy expensive. People want to copy the idea with a Walmart cruiser bike and a Chinese engine: not cool. There has to be some middle ground, with a well done, affordable and reliable replica. I can't say that I've seen it done yet.
real talk. how much for the mustache? cuz steam punk's not dead dude.
Would be cool to do if u made a frame from scratch and kept it under 50 cc to make it a moped. And old 4 stroke tho with available parts would be tuffto find
There's been some fine examples since WWI, but as always, parts are rare.
Check out the Marman Twin
Edit: BTW, I'd give my left or even my right nut for that fire spitting demon in the OP. (edited)
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