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did i mention, imanidiot!
you'll see at wb3 "who's only bike" then you'll have LOLZ4LIFE
this dude Forest that comes around here made a RC lawnmower with some rascal parts. so jealous! i'd rather make something to ride on, but hell, if i could have fun and keep up the housework,, that's the shit.
haha,,, killer! love it.,, kinda OT, OT, i found a motorized wheel chair in the trash a few years ago. i tore the motors off and put them in the kids power wheels. it was a plastic john deere gator. it took off like a bat outta hell, like you were sayin. then i cut the electric motor in half and shoved a weedeater motor into the gear box. the best power wheels ever! no batteries. i'd just sit
i picked up one of them hoverounds for my wife a few weeks ago for 500 on cl. she was like "what are you looking at, you can't just get something and not fuk with it!" haha, she's cool.
yeah i'm pretty sure them chinese hydralic forks and brakes are decent. the bike seemed to be built well. the little bike has a yamaha drive. the chinese drive is similar to a honda and i tried to put a pa50 cylinder on there , but the stud spacing was too tight so i gave up. so, is that chinese drive worth keeping around? i was thinking of either ditching it or making another bike.
na, sorry man, the yamaha had shitty forks on it with drum brakes. then i powdercoated them and fuct'em up worse. it melted some plastic to the springs. i had this other bike on the side of the house that was missing the top end, so i stole the whole front setup off it.
pic 4 (a happy customer!)
pic 2 (compared to a stock moped)
pic 1i wouldn't say that i hate them, but i never really liked the way they looked. IRE mark dumped off a couple on me that IRE bingo dumped off on him. i threw them on the side of the house for a couple weeks. then i looked at the drive train and how the motor mounts up. Hmm.......i stripped it down and got ta lookin a little closer. without hesitation, the frame was cut in half and the reco
i'll listen to anything really, but Ceiling Deon sucks balls! i don't know what it is.
it don't matter to me, as long as it's not piss warm sittin in the sun. i get a box, throw it on the floor and drink the fukers as i finish em. if there's no fridge, fuk it. i'll pound some that are 70 degrees. who said they have to be cold?
did it even cross your mind while you were creating that post that mabe nobody gives a shit that much about the dynamics of a bumper sticker? a sticker is a sticker, either you have one or don't. if you don't have one, i don't think anyone is gonna search your shits over to try and find one. are you in the telemarketing department? when you get back to work, go to your boss and tell
ok, did you clean the idle circuit with a guitar string? get a .014 and stick it down in there about 1 1/2". i got some of them micro drill bits from harbor freight and drilled it out a fuzz. look at the wiki idle circuit.
i had one that wouldn't retract the pump at the lever. the seals were bad.
i did some other porting in the side tranfer windows. if i remember right, that was all i did to the boost. it runs way better than it was stock, higher rpms, but i can't say it was all because of that one thing.
yeah, i notched the skirt and piston on a few stock ported cylinders. i copied off an older metra 70 cylinder for honda. the notch is 12mm in from the edge of the skirt and as wide as the boost port.i cut the skirt then ramped it into the tranfer then traced the notch onto the piston. here's a pic of the metra to give you an idea.
what was the deal with using honda bushings? i thought i read something about that last year. anyway,, that's what i'm using, i haven't put enough miles on it to give any results. i got 'em out of a f-ed up express.
the ax30 is 32"in my experience with the shock, i first set it up so that the variator and pulley are spaced 1/2" apart at full variation. the shock moves away from the pulley to set up the belt tension and the shock bottoms out to keep them from hitting each other as they are spinning in opposite directions. i'm using a 35 lb. with a stock ported p4 pa50ii cylinder with an unwrappe
here's how i checkt!http://i841.photobucket.com/albums/zz332/scooterstl_photos/gotspark023.jpg!
it JUST fits in there, and i went as low as i could and tipped it back some and FUCK!!http://i841.photobucket.com/albums/zz332/scooterstl_photos/intakeshit002.jpg!
i busted a move over the past few days and made this. it fits in there nice, but my bike is rigid. if it wasn't, then this thing would be crushed.!http://i841.photobucket.com/albums/zz332/scooterstl_photos/hobbitreedvalveintakeshitz003.jpg!
HAY!!!where'd errbody go?!http://i841.photobucket.com/albums/zz332/scooterstl_photos/promaheaderVSchairleg003.jpg!this is that chair leg that i used to replace the proma header.it's 24mm i.d. , with a collar around the end to lock it into the cylinder. the total o.d. with the collar is 1 1/4" and it fits real nice. it centers itself. i put a collar over the other end also to lock it
find a piece of pipe thats 1 1/4" o.d. and slice off about 3/8" or mabe a fuzz longer. that'll fit in the cylinder nice. i used a piece from some old shitty forks i had layin around
that proma header is pretty small. i cut off a chair leg and replaced it. the chair leg is noticeably bigger then i put an 1 1/4 sleeve over the top and it fits in there perfect. i drilled a hole 1 1/8 with a hole saw into a steel plate then drilled the holes for mounting it. that piece is your new sleeve.