what part of town was this?
Dave & Bummerzz Wrote:-------------------------------------------------------> I want a YL1 real fucking bad. 100 twin. perfect> goofin' around town bike.>I got one of those sitting in storage. Its needs a full rebuild, but the engine is good. It's mostly complete except for some controls. Got both exhaust headers and I'm pretty sure I have the stock "expansion ch
that's a super nice ns50!I posted a link to this buy/sell over all the honda spree forum
what about the asshole fucktwats who build horribly trash shitfest machines but throw really amazing or awfully embarrassing parties?
pipe and baffle are beings old as single unit!I won't separate them unless I have payment from two buyers for each item
Yep, same thing as on treats and moped divisionhttps://www.treatland.tv/honda-NSR-tecno-performance-exhaust-pipe-p/honda-nsr-tecno-pipe.htmSlightly used, ridden around the block. Its a great pipe, but I prefer my home brewed sidebled stock exhaustIt has a metallic noise to it in the head, but the repacked baffle keeps the exhaust notes sounding stock (maybe a little louder). More imporantly, its a
the 1989 and 1990 vtr250 has this... but maybe an inch in diameter and sitting below the clutch assembly. its really just for seeing the oil level.its useless. looks gross and nasty.
Woah, fork tubes and chain guard - i want!edit: and master cylinder/caliper!emailed you
my bad, did not notice the other thread
Seeing if anyone has one laying around that they are willing to part with.Only need the bottom end, but I'd buy whole thing to make it easier.
im in austin, where do you all do shit?
didnt know i wanted one so badly. niceEngine looks similar to the honda ns50f (ac08)if you want a bigger radiator, the cbr250r is cheap and fits great.
i just pulled my ns50f apart to kit it. I got it with 300 miles on it and put on maybe 5k~6k in the past few years i've owned it.Very little signs of wear, just some usual carbon build up. And its a daily rider in stop go traffic or long long 11k rpm 55mph weekend rides. I would not have changed the rings if I were just inspecting the cylinder/piston/etc.Running motul, saber dominator and the
oh shit that little baffle attachment is too good of an idea
easy to stow. light enough. very useful
i always just carried extra cord with my pullstart....wrap it like a yoyo and yanki also did not enjoy how the starter clutch would behave on a hobbit. been so long since i had one... i think it was low rpm like turning on city streets and it would engage. cant remember.
that dkw is a precociously silly/amazing looking engine
bumpin up again.still available. last buyer never sent paypal
hey now, hows that pipes baffle work?
their background image says they do not sale or repair electric bikes.... but then their side menu lists an electric bike for sale:(
^ thats a fun looking build
get an estorial. its good on stock and better with a polini. for carb, just keep stock. you may want to port the cylinder out for large intake and exhaustdo a search, there are plenty of very detailed threads.