2 Stroke Kit Bike, In Illinois $225

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by 48rob, Oct 24, 2010.

  1. 48rob

    48rob New Member

    For sale;

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    2 stroke kit on a Park Avenue bike.
    1 speed, coaster brake.
    Decent tires.
    Not sure how many miles on it, around 600-800 maybe?
    About 4 years old.
    Bike runs 30mph+

    Bike stalls at idle, has since new.
    I don't spend much time at idle...
    Bike and engine haven't been abused, I'm an old guy that takes the bike on camping trips to ride around the campground and park.
    Bike has scratches and scuffs from use and loading/unloading in truck.


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    Bike is in Urbana, Illinois.
    No shipping, you have to pick it up.

    $225.00 Ready to ride...

    Rob
     

  2. A_FITZ

    A_FITZ Member

    hmm.. how many CC's is the engine?

    I got mine for $300 so .. good deal. Not bad.

    My engine on mine I bought already made is 68.5cc's
     
  3. ibdennyak

    ibdennyak Guest

    Yup, a good deal for sure. The stalling is probably just the idle speed is set a bit too low.
     
  4. 48rob

    48rob New Member

    After reading the boards and learning how all the stated "cc" numbers aren't true...I really don't know how big it is?

    I bought it from Kings Motorbikes. It was advertised as an 80cc.

    The stalling problem is very likely a setting or adjustment.
    I played with it for a while, then gave up and just enjoyed riding it!
    It doesn't stall everytime, but most of the time.
    If you pull in the clutch and rev it just a little, it stays running.
    No big deal as I always pedaled a bit to get started after stopping.
    Ten feet or so, pop the cluch, and zoom-zoom!

    Rob
     
  5. ibdennyak

    ibdennyak Guest

    66.7cc or there abouts. I used to set mine low deliberately for that reason. Pull in the clutch and it dies at a light. Light turns green, just pedal up and go. :grin5:
     
  6. A_FITZ

    A_FITZ Member

    Yeah. My 2 stroke does this too rob.

    And I dont mind, engine should be off anyway when your not moving. Like a hybrid. :D

    Sometimes when im going downhill I just hold in the clutch, put gas off, then when im done with the hill a little, put gas on and use engine again.

    Hope this is healthy for saving gas :eek:
     
    Last edited: Oct 27, 2010
  7. 48rob

    48rob New Member

    I was going to edit my original post to reflect a lowered asking price, but from what I can tell, I'm not allowed to do so...

    Anyway, I have lowered the asking price to $190.00
    Bike is still ready to ride, and is located in Central Illinois.

    Rob
     
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