Can I attach a cylinder with jbweld?

I have a case inducted e50 with massive transfers. ( it was my first attempt at case induction, it wasn’t my best attempt ether)

Anyways its pretty much junk to me after I’m done with the k-star kit that’s on it.

I have a few used Yamaha jog 70cc cylinders with okay pistons and rings and I’m think of really just jbwelding the fucking cylinder on?

Who say yes?

I can imagine the cylinder coming off.

If your wondering how I would attach the head. I’ll be using studs on the cylinder top lol

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I don't think it'll hold up, the heat/vibrations with JB weld being the only thing structural attaching the cylinder to the cases would mean certain failure in my book

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> Nick Haber Wrote:

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> I don't think it'll hold up, the heat/vibrations with JB weld being the

> only thing structural attaching the cylinder to the cases would mean

> certain failure in my book

The exhaust might help :)

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Better off tapping new stud holes

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Just wrap a couple heavy duty stainless steel hose clamps around the whole assembly. I'm serious. I think it would be a worthwhile experiment anyway and you seem like the kind of guy that would try it out. I probably am too but you are the one asking.

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> Norris Hall Wrote:

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> Just wrap a couple heavy duty stainless steel hose clamps around the

> whole assembly. I'm serious. I think it would be a worthwhile experiment

> anyway and you seem like the kind of guy that would try it out. I

> probably am too but you are the one asking.

Yes this is completely for experimental use only! That could work, I wanna keep it clean looking. maybe I can add some hooks to the case and use wire cables.

I don’t think it will make a big difference in performance , its pretty much just for giggles and to get the most fun out of this junk build. Probably going to seize so quick becuase Yamaha jogs are force air cooled with a fan :)

I’ll make a video if I do end up building it and we can all laugh together.

I just gotta smear the kstar first :)

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Videos! I wish I had time to f around with this stuff like some peeps on here. I love the Shed thread too. I'm working on a slow build of a yellow Moby that I may post up some pics of soon. No promises though I hate stopping to take pics while I'm working on stuff but I'm getting inspired by some of the wacky/wild stuff I'm seeing on here the more time I spend.

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^ do show Moby porn!

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Alright, I may have some time this weekend. I'm pretty excited about it just haven't had time to spend on it lately but this weekend I could probably get it somewhat cobbled together and I just realized I should take advantage of some of the sales going on now so I should at least get an idea what the next steps and needs are for the build. So I can spend more of my holiday money on Mopeds. God what have I done..

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You got a Motobecane...., buck up, you have tamed old Benz, you can hang! :)

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> Norris Hall Wrote:

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> Videos! I wish I had time to f around with this stuff like some peeps on

> here. I love the Shed thread too. I'm working on a slow build of a

> yellow Moby that I may post up some pics of soon. No promises though I

> hate stopping to take pics while I'm working on stuff but I'm getting

> inspired by some of the wacky/wild stuff I'm seeing on here the more

> time I spend.

So many dudes from Massachusetts on here it’s wild. If they ride mopeds they are ether from Massachusetts , California or Ohio lol

Yea iv been getting bored with normal builds , I wanna start challenging my self again like when I first started building. I like hybrid builds where stuff wasn’t intended to work together.

I’m also upgrading my puch crossover engine with a clone of a Lifan 125cc engine that I found on a woman’s apparel website for $70 shipped!! ( it’s a long story I’ll add a link to the engine after December) I wanna buy a few first sorry ma

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^ you can keep the Lifan's! :)

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At 14.10 this guy try's a (4stroke) engine with the cilinder head attached with jbweld.

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yea, I know its not a moped but it's about as small as I like to ride. never thought to use a hose clamp or jbweld. guess I have my own way to do everything. 4mm blaster stroker. kawasaki 6 speed tranny. ebay has this really cheap. new cylinder kit was like 69$ for everything. matching plate was needed because the rod was 8mm longer than the blaster rod. new rod, piston, cylinder, head, seals.

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Slow or fast... it is a Moby build...

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> Norris Hall Wrote:

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> Videos! I wish I had time to f around with this stuff like some peeps on

> here. I love the Shed thread too. I'm working on a slow build of a

> yellow Moby that I may post up some pics of soon. No promises though I

> hate stopping to take pics while I'm working on stuff but I'm getting

> inspired by some of the wacky/wild stuff I'm seeing on here the more

> time I spend.

Re: Can I attach a cylinder with jbweld?

In the wise and timeless words of the Zeros "fuck it run it" whats the worst that happens, you break your moped? Oh well

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Douglas Binder /

JBWeld has a tensile strength of 5020 psi, whereas aluminum is running ~42,000.

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Terbo Speghetti /

> Rocco Taco Wrote:

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> > Norris Hall Wrote:

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> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> > Videos! I wish I had time to f around with this stuff like some peeps

> on

>

> > here. I love the Shed thread too. I'm working on a slow build of a

>

> > yellow Moby that I may post up some pics of soon. No promises though I

>

> > hate stopping to take pics while I'm working on stuff but I'm getting

>

> > inspired by some of the wacky/wild stuff I'm seeing on here the more

>

> > time I spend.

>

>

>

> So many dudes from Massachusetts on here it’s wild. If they ride mopeds

> they are ether from Massachusetts , California or Ohio lol

>

> Yea iv been getting bored with normal builds , I wanna start challenging

> my self again like when I first started building. I like hybrid builds

> where stuff wasn’t intended to work together.

>

> I’m also upgrading my puch crossover engine with a clone of a Lifan

> 125cc engine that I found on a woman’s apparel website for $70 shipped!!

> ( it’s a long story I’ll add a link to the engine after December) I

> wanna buy a few first sorry ma

Gtfo with your clones of clones of shitty four stroke non-mopeds. Your link is less than worthless to us.

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