Re: Custom Frame with a Beasty Engine

ITs a horrible idea never do it

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Re: Custom Frame with a Beasty Engine

Lol.... What engine is that? And I love the fucking fuel tank.

Re: Custom Frame with a Beasty Engine

> JBOT Admin Wrote:

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> ITs a horrible idea never do it

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Lmao you would run only one shock. Hahaha

It lives! Thank god, I gave up on mine like 6 months ago.

Re: Custom Frame with a Beasty Engine

Holy crap jbot I remember that build from way back. Aprilia scarebo(spelling?) right?

How did those pedal chain guides work in the long run?

Re: Custom Frame with a Beasty Engine

I stopped running a pedal chain because I wanted the rear suspension. But they lasted fine.

Bucket plastic man

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Dirty30 Dillon /

Good luck finding a dragster motor in the states that isn't attached to a bike with an asking price well over your budget.

Re: Custom Frame with a Beasty Engine

i see that the JOG 90 ATV engine came up again... hmm

great minds think alike... is it a problem that scooter and i are synergizing our synapses?

seriously though you can put like 150 something CC h20 kit on one of those polaris sportsman 90/ eton 90/ blah blah four wheeler motors.... its a 50-something mm stroked jog motor duh.

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Master D. Baiter /

Noo shit, that would be killer. Jog with a cast iron 125 kit would break stuff!

Re: Custom Frame with a Beasty Engine

Shit, I like the idea of the big jog, but full auto sounds so boring on a motorcycle. I would at least like a slam shift honda, I think they have some pretty hot ones with dohc and big valves now. I think a Hondamatic is probably what you actually want. Becuase making all this scooter stuff work, plus building the frame will end up being way more than a cm450a. They pop up on craigs in the city a few times a year for around 1000 bucks.(edited)

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Chöschi21 C.K. /

Thread reminds me of this, was a Velux, no clue what cylinder is on it, but still realy cool, clubd be Built into a Vintage style Racer: https://www.ricardo.ch/de/a/puch-velux-x30-spezial-1053033762/

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