> JBOT Admin Wrote:
> Are you saying I don't have those reliable bikes riffroff? Shame on you.
> I'll race your old ass for a thousand miles for pinks and we'll see if
> all your big reliability talk holds up.
> Jbot vs riffroff 2021
Don’t need pinks in my state, i’m sorry I don’t think you could leave a bike alone for 10 years let alone 10 minutes I don’t like belt drive bikes other then stock looking derbis either
I like stock lookin big bikes that last for decades sfter built in all weather only checking ring gap, spark plug and other simple maintenance,
Anyway it sounds like you need to make a power valve like Daniel says,
That is about the best way to accomplish what you want to accomplish and is proven to work reliably
This guy in video does a good explanation of it,
Only problem is it’s made into the cylinder and that’s where it needs to be
My friend had my brother both had CR 250 Rs that were absolutely scary! Way more scarier than H1or H2 Kawasaki triples I rode, they made instant power, The front wheels pulled up on every gear no matter how forward you put your body!
The power valve lets the bike make power from the get go, if moped cylinder kit manufacturers made cylinders that had power valves you could probably use the oil injector pump that comes on some bikes to actuated it or just use manual cable with the lever on handle bars,
You would be capable of making power on a huge RPM range if you had a power valve and then having a adjustable rear exhaust chamber that would slide forward a inch or two after powervalve was fully opened,
You’re crafty so take a cylinder drill out the inside of a cylinder, put a valve inside and while your at it prototype sliding chamber, post pictures when you’re done, Thanks!