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nitro methanol destroys rubber carburetor seals, usually. and typical rc fuel has about 12% oil content, which is a ton in comparison to a typical 40:1 mix
k star is your best bet for a first kit. they are hard to mess up
a leatherman, spare oil. paperwork. yeah, thats it.oh, and under the seat of my tomos is a modified cigarette lighter that shoots a rather large flame. not sure what i have it in there for.
$80$300$600...the 4wd works, all the tires have 8/32 of tread, and 68k miles. runs great.
in my opinion the oil weight isnt really crucial unless you're one of those dickheads who absolutely can't deviate from the manual
the honda cub 50cc engine. and all related to it, like the ct70,90, etc. you can't kill them unless you run them way low on oil...
Modifying a MOPED? Are you out of your mind?!
what size is the thread that goes into the case? M6 or M7? buy the proper sized threaded rod from mcmaster carr for a few bucks and you'll be able to make at least 6 studs. they're strong enough, too
unless you have a roller crank you shouldnt really be running any less oil than 32:1. though for some reason, piaggio says you can run 50:1 in their shit
i use the tungsten carbide metal cutting bit. its pricy, but it chews through aluminum and cast iron like nothing. even steel if you keep the bit lubed
graham, the plug you linked is 12mm thread... takes a 18mm socket
how come i've never seen cylinder heads on maxis with the plugs coming in at an angle before?
my rear drum brakes are enough to skid my rear tire, how could i possibly utilize stronger brakes?
nothing a bit of wd 40 wont fix.delicious
i have a leatherman wave i carry around, and i also keep a lowes brand husky leatherman type tool under the seat of my tomos. very handy indeed, and the genuine leatherman i have is insane quality
i know a lot of boyds im not related to, as a matter of fact. several in the pittsburgh area alone.anyhowsorry chavez i wasn't looking to spend quite that much. i'd just buy a new one at that point
where can i find, or find materials to make, new frame pivot bushings for a hobbit? the ones that go into the engine case where it bolts to the frame.
i can pedal up to about 20 on the ciao, then once i hit the downhill, i was over 30 coasting
tire direction doesnt matter to some half ass prick that wants to have a bike that appears to be poorly built. i've dismounted and turned gazelles 180 before just because they were backwards. they are directional for guiding water out from under the tire, to prevent hydroplaning
tire direction is meaningful. and backwards tires look like complete fucking shit.
this bike is a PIECE BY PIECE clone of a hobbit. all honda hobbit parts will fit. we're lookin for a kit/pipe/carb combo that is easy to tune and will yield a broad, strong powerband, good enough to move 240 lbs of assthis guy is my best friend, dont rip on him because he doesnt know exactly what he's talkin about.
your rear tire is on backwards
i want a puch tecno boss pipe. chrome, black, doesnt matter. doesnt have to be pretty, but no structural issues.no cracks, dents, bends, kinks, severe rust, whatever.other acceptable pipes include biturbo and bullet.hit me with a PM or reply to the thread
you spelled chronicles wrong
the fins on your head dont match the fins on your cylinder.i can't stand that.