Lucas Winders: my younger brother has two of these..one runs, one needs an idle screw and a chain, mine...hehe i got it for ten bucks off a kid in my shop class who didn't want it, i'm making a rat chopper out of it...the engine is a 3.5 hp briggs. RUNS LIKE A CHAMP, but it has no clutch or chain on it at the moment.
lilroach brito: is that the stock engine
Trevor.: What kind of gps is that?
ScottRidesHonda: Well if u replace your 10 tooth sprocket the one in the middle behind the 20 tooth well replace it with a 20 tooth you accelerate slower but your top speed is like crazy the guy who did it got 52MPH
Scootertuner1000: What size sprockets do you have on this?
cumminsbayou: oh i do eat balls every night you really got me there im crying now how old are you 5
clayjenn: this was a hobby i had years ago, crap the video is 3 years old, i dont know anything about motovox bikes and cummins im not on youtube religiously you freaking tool. eat balls
cumminsbayou: ok i most of the time dont reply to peoples comments on videos that anit mine but this guy is retarded and wont reply what you want to do is take that crapty 2.8hp off of it go down to harbor fright buy a 212cc predator then order a 40 dollar motor mont ill send you a link if you want you'll be going 40 to 45 with that stock i bet you can get it up to 50 or 60 with some mods to that motor
Juniortore1: sometimes I steer with none and just lean side to side to make it steer
deejaaa1: KnoyMostStop, your vids suck. get your boyfriend to stop filming the ground or at least use 'edit'! so you burned your fat leg, put on a pipe, touched it like it wanted to be stroked, raced a vespa, your dad is a homeless crack head and you have the nerve to say yours is faster? maybe if you lost some of that baby fat, took off that highschool wrist band then you might get up to 25 mph, if you're lucky! grow up kid. do something real!
clayjenn: simple... take the clutch off flip it over and put it back on. then the 2 sprockets should line up, but the chain isn't long enough to reach so... after you've removed the torque converter, you are left with two chains and two master links. use one of the master links to connect the chains together, but now its too long... so run the chain around both sprockets to see where you'll need to cut it. using the remaining master link put the chain on the bike.
CHOPPERGIRL AIRWAR: 4 stroke OHV, and no electric start, though it has a 6 volt magneto probably embedded in the flywheel to drive the headlamp.
CHOPPERGIRL AIRWAR: Score, I just picked up a Baja Mini off craigslist for $50! Engine turns over, but needs lots of work... I've already got it all disassembled down to the bare frame... taken off a lot of rust... going to hit it with some rust converter, paint it, and start putting it back together and snag whatevers missing (chains, clutch, front fender, seat) off ebay.
Simon De Asian: how did u make the chaing direct
Simon De Asian: 2 or 4 stroke and is it eletric start
clayjenn: most of it was on the bike... i bought a small air filter and some metal pipe pieces from the hardware store for exhaust pipe(pieces were for home gas lines). its really cheap but you should get a better piston rod because it wasn't designed for that high of rpm.
clayjenn: disable governor, take off torque converter, flip clutch over and run chain straight to rear sprocket, open intake, open exhaust.
clayjenn: yes going uphill will lower the speed, it doesnt have that much torque at the top end. i can still maintain over 50 on a straight away! thanks
CHOPPERGIRL AIRWAR: Now you guys are ready to upgrade to a Honda Rebel. This looks like such a simple design... maybe the simplest design in the world for a motorized vehicle using an off the shelf engine... since I already have an engine and some tires and a triple tree, I'm just going to try and weld up one from scratch. BTW, Harbor Freight sells a brand new 212cc 7hp engines for $119 right now. I saw a coupon somewhere for one for $99. I'm rebuilding one I got off a gocart that was full of rainwater.