new GT2 bike

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by cigron, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. cigron

    cigron Member

    Tuesday i took delivery of A new bike GT2 from usabikemotor. I am
    impressed with it.It has A little gas tank built in I don`t know
    how mutch it holds there is to mutch snow to be take in out the house.
    Im not going to put gas in it while it`s in my house my wife will shoot me.
    I got in kit form. I finished puting it togather last night with A 66cc motor
    If any body gets one you have to go over it. One head bolt was torqued
    to 10 foot pounds the others were not. the front forks need to be
    torqued to 10 foot pounds some of them were only hand tightend.
    To some it up I would buy it again it`s A little pricey but worth every
    penny of it. I cant wait untill the snow melts so I go for A ride
    when the motor wears out im going to put A four strok in it.
    The frame look strong enough to put A motorcycle in it (but I won`t):tt1:
     

  2. Huntington

    Huntington Member

    I just ordered a gt2 myself. I expect delivery sometime next week. Im sticking with a 2 stroke on this one, looks like a 4 will be a tight fit, let us know how it goes and post pics.
     
  3. bikeman6969

    bikeman6969 Member

    That is a sweet looking ride
     
  4. cigron

    cigron Member

    Gt2

    Huntington. before I bought it they said A four stroke would fit in it.Grubee
    designed it just for MB. Im going to go with two stroke until it falls apart.
    The frist build was A learning ezperience the ringes seized.to make A long
    story short it was my fault.
     
  5. Nuttsy

    Nuttsy Member

    OK, not to be a******(add your own descriptor)

    You haven't put gas in it; haven't taken it for a ride;
    Yet, you're IMPRESSED??? You would buy again???

    You haven't even ridden it yet and you want to put another motor on it. (whatever IT is)

    And Bikeman6969 thinks it's a sweet looking ride???

    Sorry, but What In The Heck Am I Missing Here???

    This has to be the mystery post of all time!
    And they think I'M NUTTSY! :grin5:
     
  6. cigron

    cigron Member

    What your missing is I bought it for the frame the motor sxxt read the hole thing
    I intend to put A four stroke in it
     
  7. Huntington

    Huntington Member

    Well I got my GT2 Bicycle today, I am totally disappointed! The bicycle itself is good. It needs a few upgrades but most bicycles do. I am disappointed because of the paint. I wasn't expecting the greatest paint job but what I got was just terrible. The part that really sucks, USABikemotors ask me if they could delay shipping because they got new boxes they wanted to use. One would think, when re boxing a product if you notice sever paint damage, you would pull another and not send the bad product. The damage was obvious before I even removed the wrapping. Ill take some pics and you let me know what you think.
     
  8. Huntington

    Huntington Member

    Here are some pics, I didnt take any of the many scratches because they are not as big a deal. Am I over reacting?
     

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  9. Huntington

    Huntington Member

    Well USABikes is cool, I sent them pic and asked for the $100 sale price on the bike, I'm happy whit that and they are happy to refund the money. Good people.
     
  10. cigron

    cigron Member

    Gt2

    [[ Huntington.Im glad to hear they took cear of your claim for
    you.Enough snow melted for me to get mine out.I got my grandson
    to give me A push to get it started thinking it woukd be hard to
    start the first time I was wrong it started with in five feet.
    How for the bad news,I stoped for I stop sign as soon as I tride
    to peddel it to start it the chain broke.I went and bought one and
    put it on it was to late to try it again last night. So ill try it again
    today. When me grandson got me started I ran it long enough to
    warm it up and was very happy with it up to that point. It was
    eazy to tell I was no longer on my 48cc:ack2:
     
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