Hey Tony. Got it fixed already, nice work.
I honestly thought I'd never see you or Dustin on here.
In case anyone doubts I will verify that this bike rips
Flew past me doing 45 like I was sitting still.
Its still broke, these are just some pictures I had of it right after getting it running.
I am going to put a brace on the carby when I fix it. I can't wait to see what this thing will do with more gear!
I assume you all made it home ok. It was greating meeting you guys. I look forward to future gatherings.
i've seen this before but have no idea what it does...
How does this increase performance? I'm a rookie so if you dont feel like explaining thats okay
Are those honda reeds?
Polini for a Yamaha Zuma
We made it home safe, just late; I got to my house at 4:30 a.m. on Monday and was at work by 7:00 a.m., needless to say I didn't get much done.
I'll put money down that @ 18x40 that bike will do 60+.
It was great meeting you guys as well; humbling at the same due to your excessively fast bikes with little to no off the shelf performance parts.
You can bet I'll come back to SD, and know that you're more then welcome to come visit out here any time.
Stock cylinder, reed valve pipe and a carb..... 60mph ?
What am I missing?
Oh and here's my old case induction post
Wow, tony, that's pretty cool, I bet it will haul!!!
What carb is that?
60 or no, massive modification is cool.
Also, as an example in what not to do, here's my case induction post
It is a TCCD cylinder. 70cc or 68.xxx whatev.
It will go 60 easy. It probably goes somewhere north of 55 with the gearing at 16:40.
the carby is a 19mm mikuni off of a mid 70s rotary valve intake kawasaki ke100 dirtbike. hence the lack of an air filter flange.
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