Howdy!

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Rogwarf, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. Rogwarf

    Rogwarf New Member

    Long time bike rider here. Been motorizing with the Happy Time motor for a good three years now. Just saying hello fellow bikers glade to know Ya!!
    This looks like a great forum with lots of great bikes! Nice to be here brothers and sisters!:D
     

  2. Dave C

    Dave C Member

    Hey and welcome. Texas, huh? I'll bet your looking for speed and not hillclimbing ability? Right? ;)
     
  3. Rogwarf

    Rogwarf New Member

    Thanks Dave C . I found a 40 tooth sprocket to be my favorite takes the rev's down a bit and lets me cruise comfortably. These bikes were never meant to go that fast I think. My favorite bike right now is a older Huffy Mountain bike. 35 mph is about as fast as I want to take it. It has a older kings 2 stroke china motor . 2 stroke china's are all I have tried. Would like to try a 4 stroke kit with a jack shaft or gear box.
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2011
  4. Dave C

    Dave C Member

    A 4 stroke on a sick bike parts shift kit if geared right would easily pull 150 mpg with no hills to climb and go 25-30 cruseing. As a 4 stroke of the same size as a 2 stroke makes much less power I would trust the bike chain to carry the load. I'm just not so sure about on a 2 stroke, seeing as how they can be modified so easily with bolt on parts to make a lot more than stock power

    Fast just draws too much attention from the law, a sitution I generally try to avoid.
     
  5. Rogwarf

    Rogwarf New Member

    Thanks guess these four Strokes have a lot of bottom end then?
     
  6. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the forum. The flatter parts of Texas still have strong headwinds, so don't gear your motorbike too tall.
     
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