ADA Racing Intake Kit

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by zipdrivex, Aug 9, 2008.

  1. zipdrivex

    zipdrivex Member

    I purchased this intake kit from www.adaracing.com and I strongly suggest anyone who wants a little bit more oomph to get this kit!! It comes with the chrome filter with the ADA Racing logo on it, a chrome velocity stack, and a very nice choke. The difference was incredibly noticeable.
     

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  2. stude13

    stude13 Active Member

    hi zip; would you show motor mount and rear wheel. thanks mitch
     
  3. zipdrivex

    zipdrivex Member

    I will gladly post more pictures of the set up. What part of the wheel would you like to see? If there's a certain point or view you would like let me know so I can be sure to take the right shots.
     
  4. jboisclair

    jboisclair Member

    Would any of these filters fit on a happy time? Or does anyone know of a pocket bike filter that would definitely fit on one? Thanks
     
  5. stude13

    stude13 Active Member

    i just wondered how you got power with the engine mounted so low. i have an occ chopper. that area is used for the rear pull brake. thanks mitch
     
  6. zipdrivex

    zipdrivex Member

    I'm not sure about the happy times, I don't know much about them honestly.
     
  7. zipdrivex

    zipdrivex Member

    The kit is a Dimension Edge friction drive. It uses an inch and 3/4 urathane roller directly onto the tire. Here's a couple pics for ya stude13.
     

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  8. stude13

    stude13 Active Member

    nice pics, thanks a heap. mitch
     
  9. stude13

    stude13 Active Member

    back again, i dont see a kit. i see a bracket w/bearing w/roller and engine held on by 4 bolts going into the motor surrounding the clutch. can that be it?
     
  10. h0tr0d

    h0tr0d Member

    If that's all there is to it then that's about as simple as it gets. This might be the setup I need for my Slick Daddy.
     
  11. zipdrivex

    zipdrivex Member

    That's all there is to it. Best thing about Dimension Edge, simple, easy to install, and effective!
     
  12. MotorBicycleRacing

    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

    Does the friction roller come away from the tire?
    Or is it always engaged?

    Does the motor use a centrifigal clutch?
    How is the friction roller supported by bearings?

    A few more pics would be appreciated
    thanks
     
  13. zipdrivex

    zipdrivex Member

    Yes, my particular kit uses a centrifigal clutch and no, the rollers do not come away from the tire. You can order this kit from Dimension EDGE or you can call them with any more questions.
     
  14. Zemus DE

    Zemus DE Guest

    There are two mounting styles... one(like Zip's style) that is always engaged and is used mostly for chopper style bikes. And then there is the "Encore" which has a engagement handle on the handle bars to raise and lower the motor.
     
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