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Old 01-22-2008, 01:38 PM   #41
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Old 01-22-2008, 01:39 PM   #42
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Old 01-22-2008, 01:40 PM   #43
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You... And do you have a honda, or a knock off
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Old 01-22-2008, 01:42 PM   #44
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It's a HONDA crf50 motor i took it out of my 50 and put a gpx motor in it .
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Ahhh.. Well the guy i got this from is going to give me a 50 motor to put in it... But it has to be built.. And i dont know exactly ill need off it to run the bike.. Wires, coils, carb...ext
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Old 01-22-2008, 01:50 PM   #46
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Yeah i know... I wish the dam thing ran.. Your kicks man.. I wish i had something like that! Where did you get the 117 motor?
its a honda motor with a 117 kit on it
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Ah... Its very nice.. Im starting to wonder if i will ever be able to get this thing going
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Old 01-22-2008, 02:21 PM   #48
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Ah... Its very nice.. Im starting to wonder if i will ever be able to get this thing going
dude sell it and go with a honda
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Old 01-22-2008, 02:24 PM   #49
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I would but im not sure anyone would buy it... Plus i dont have the $ to buy a honda... I traded some stuff for this bike. I just hope i can fund everything I need!
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ok, i cant sit back and watch any longer.

A stock honda 50 motor will NOT power that bike. Your best bet is to go with a lifan or gpx motor, they come with 4 speed tranny and manual clutch.

these motors are available for 150-1500 dependng on how much you want to spend.

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it is simple geometry, balance of the bike.

The long swing-arm and big forks of the "off-road" style 50s, changes the geometry of the bike, it makes the the front end alot heavier.(bad for stunt)

The balance point on a stock style 50 has like a 30% error margin, where the long swing-arm bikes have 5%.

I know what some people are going to say, "I wheelie my big bike fine, and it is longer than the off road 50", the weight to lenght is balanced is why big bikes wheelie good, add 2 inches to your swing arm and see how horrible the big bike will wheelie.

I am not saying it is impossible, I am just speaking from personal experience, I have built many bikes, including stock to exteam off road applications, the stock style forks and swingarms stunt the best, the long swinger and big forks are for "off road" use and are difficult to stunt.
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^ I agree my modded 50 +2 frame +2 swingarm def. ='s my new name for my bike (THE LIMO BIKE) It's nothing at all like stock and def. alot harder to stunt.
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Thats what i have been thinking. I didnt think a 50 motor ould be enough..
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Harder to stunt? Yes. But that bike was hella fun.

It has a zongshen motor in it.
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Old 01-22-2008, 04:05 PM   #54
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But the motor is taken apart, and has parts missing.. And the wires are cut on it.. I would just go but parts for it, but i dont think its fixible...
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anything is fixable, whats your budget
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haha... not much. I just want to find another 110 motor to put in it.. I cant find them any where i can just go get it.. I know someone has one of these things in there garage they dont want.
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haha... not much. I just want to find another 110 motor to put in it.. I cant find them any where i can just go get it.. I know someone has one of these things in there garage they dont want.
I have a 124cc motor that will work, and probably the rear brake stuff too. Let me know what you budget is, we may be able to work somthing out. does that bike still have the cdi, and coil? that is probably all you will need.
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well i dont really have one right now. If you can tell me how much its worth to you, i can see what i can round up.. I have the coil and all that, its just a birds nest..
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