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Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by redb66, Nov 13, 2007.

  1. redb66

    redb66 Guest

    Painted this one with some rattle cans. Put some all black tires on it since pic was taken. Seems to go faster with the new paint!! ...Ha! Ha!
     

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  2. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    good job
    looks nice !!!
    the flame decals set it off well
     
  3. Steve

    Steve Guest

    Nice to see some different colors. I like it.
     
  4. Scottm

    Scottm Guest

    Looks great! Good job.
     
  5. well done there.. Nice job on all of it. =)
     
  6. Joshboy

    Joshboy Guest

    how did you attatch the motor to the botom tube? It looks too thick
     
  7. redb66

    redb66 Guest

    Through bolted it attached to a piece of flat stock metal. You can make your own (pretty easy) or buy a "Engine Adapter" from one of the parts sites. Search for frame saver on Ebay if you dont want to drill a hole in the frame.
     
  8. snowpanky

    snowpanky Guest

    awsome build. where did you get that headlight??
     
  9. Haggard

    Haggard Guest

    You know , it's amazing how some colours and tones I would never even think to use on anything much less abike look totally awsome. very nice.
    Is that a dyno glide frame?
     
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  10. redb66

    redb66 Guest

    The headlight came from ebay and the frame is a $79.00 complete bike with the name "Kaluhna" on it.
     
  11. noah

    noah Guest

    Welcome!

    Sup? Welcome, and nice job on the bike. Is that headlight running on batt-
    eries or off of the engine? :cool:
     
  12. redb66

    redb66 Guest

    Off the engine. It is the kind of light that normally runs off a friction generator. It has a 3 watt bulb, anything more than that draws too much from the motor.
     
  13. Irish John

    Irish John Guest

    Engine powered headlights

    Is that headlight any good on a pitch dark road on a moonless night? The white wire that comes out of the magneto gives out, I think, 0.5Amp and 7 volt current. Does anyone know a really decent headlight that will run off this current?
     
  14. redb66

    redb66 Guest

    Headlight works very good. Here's a link to a headlamp that is made to run off these motors. The link shows how to make one but, he has some made up for sale. Just contact him through the site.http://norms-iron-works.tripod.com/
     
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