2010 Motor Kits Are Here!

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by Vistaman73, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. Vistaman73

    Vistaman73 Member

    Yes, finally they are here, they now come with the CNS Carb standard, upgraded fuel line, black I believe, and a new black cat muffler with heat shield. That's all that has changed but the new add ons are EPA now approved, (supposedly). LOL! Just thought I would spread the news, got it in an E-Mail from Kings and Gasbike (same thing, 2 E-Mails) I like the fact that they got the CNS and a better fuel line, hope this will ease EPAs restictions?????

    Thanks and Best Wishes,
    Vistaman73
     

  2. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

    Now if I only could get one of those in Kaliforgnia!
     
  3. 5446

    5446 New Member

    Should have bigger ports at least.
     

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  4. fm2200

    fm2200 Member

    Restriction's, where are the restrictions, EPA may be lurking somewhere in Kalifornia but the rest of the country? Vistaman out of Kansas are we all (except maybe California) under the same environmental law or have you run into real deep doo doo in your state?
     
  5. Vistaman73

    Vistaman73 Member

    I heard that EPA is cracking down on these engines being shipped into the U.S. I believe all states are the same, it's just they are restricting incoming engines because of the strict regulations.

    Cheers,
    Vistaman73
     
  6. fm2200

    fm2200 Member

    You heard that where? your 15 years old, your either some kind of wiz-kid or maybe the prodigy guy from the future. I was smart at 15 but not that kind of smart. Seriously where did you get that information, I'm really interested to know how you came upon this info.
     
  7. Vistaman73

    Vistaman73 Member

    I heard it through the grape vine. I'm on here alot, I am also alot smarter and more aware than other kids my age.( I'm not trying to sound like a jerk.) I have an old soul. I hear other people talking about how they (the engines) are harder to come by and the reasons, I remember things. I've got alot of things rolling around up there, so I can't give any reasons, yes I am 15 but I act like an adult. LOL
     
  8. Stan4d

    Stan4d Banned

    Seriously, we all want to know where this info comes from. I know you are a youngster, so I will clue you in. Even when you reach the age of 60 and you make a statement people will ask where you got the info. So, spill the beans, what is your source.
     
  9. Vistaman73

    Vistaman73 Member

    LOL, this site... I can't remember exactly when I found this out, I thought it was all common knowledge. LOL. I heard through chats and scanning through posts, (I do that all the time, I get bored and start readin threads etc.) :) I just read that EPA is crackin down on the number of 2 strokes coming into the U.S. because of the emissions, that's why the prices are going up and they are becoming harder to find. But with the new supposedly EPA approved parts I am hoping the prices will go back down and the avalibility will go up also, I really hope EPA will not ruin the MB community because of the stupid regulations. I know alot of people can't afford to get a morini or a 4 stroke and like the 2 strokes, I wanted to spread the news of "new hope" plus it's cool to be the first person to announce the 2010 Kits, And I'm not even a vendor. LOL
     
  10. Stan4d

    Stan4d Banned

    I can find the same thing being said for the last 4 consecutive years. All rumors at the time. Much like what was just posted here.....lets not start a panic run on 2 strokes.
     
  11. KilroyCD

    KilroyCD Active Member

  12. Stan4d

    Stan4d Banned

    Thanks Kilroy!
     
  13. Vistaman73

    Vistaman73 Member

    That's close enough, but I have personally seen the price of the kits rocket on almost all the sites by almost $100. That's what made me think EPA was cracking down on them alot more this year than past years.
     
  14. fm2200

    fm2200 Member

    Well that's it, your personally seen does not fit. You have blown the wiz-kid status, the prices of engines have not been raised by almost $100,as you say. Not even close the average price for an engine is now around 160 to 180 bucks, and I have not looked at e- bay.
     
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  15. fm2200

    fm2200 Member

    I just looked at e-bay the prices are somewhat elevated but, there are engines kits selling for $100 and some are asking $120 other's a little more. Vistaman recalibrate your findings.
     
  16. Vistaman73

    Vistaman73 Member

    Ok, I know the $100 was way to much, I was really tired after camp that day and I didn't feel like looking it up. I see now I will get called out if I make a little mistake, for the sake of the site, I will be very careful what I say. :ack2: Prices HAVE gone up enough for me to notice. I remember I got my kit for $99. Gasbike has raised their prices about $20 but other sites has raised up to $50, that is signifigant to me because I don't have a job or any sort of income. (THAT is about to chance.) :D That's all I have to say.

    Thanks,
    Vistaman73
     
  17. Stan4d

    Stan4d Banned

    Sorry, but at MBc we take pride in being as accurate as possible. In hind site this thread should have been a continuation of the one mentioned by Kilroy, but I will leave it here.
     
  18. fm2200

    fm2200 Member

    No, that's the way it might of sounded, about your bothering me kid. I did not intend to sound like a tyrant, Vistaman anyone can make a mistake, I was not aware of the EPA would even noticed things as insignificant as these little toy like engines. Peace
     
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