New to this MB thing in Reno

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Nevada, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. Nevada

    Nevada New Member

    Hey everyone. New guy here for the first time. In the process of finishing my build right now. Just wanted to pop real quick and wave a hand at everyone. Hopefully this is a good forum with some cool folks on here.
     

  2. bluegoatwoods

    bluegoatwoods Well-Known Member

    Welcome aboard.

    Yes. You'll find helpful folks and good info here.

    Tell us more about your bike.
     
  3. LR Jerry

    LR Jerry Well-Known Member

    Be sure to post pictures of your build.
     
  4. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the forum. I hope your build will be influenced by those cool air racers at Stead.
     
  5. Nevada

    Nevada New Member

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    Picture attached. Just a few more things to do and step one will be done, which is get it running. Upgrades will come along shortly thereafter. Starting upgrade is a billet sprocket adapter, instead of the rag joint type sprocket. Now that winter is approaching green fees saved will go towards upgrades. By summer she should be pretty dialed in and ready for a spot on the bike rack on back of the MH.

    A little about it. It's a Huntington Beach Bike Company Skull and Crossbones beach cruiser. American made out of Huntington Beach, Ca. Not super heavy but very solid and well built. Engine is a Silver Eagle 66, probably the same China girl a bunch of other folks have. Purchased as a kit from Jake's.

    First project and in no hurry to finish it. Digging the fact that upgrades are relatively inexpensive. Exhaust for less than $100, billet head less than $100. Full on, ready built 9 hp race engine for $800. Jeez! to get 15 hp more on my Harley cost around $2000.
     
  6. LR Jerry

    LR Jerry Well-Known Member

    9 hp??? Do you burst into flames then turn into the Ghost Rider? LOL
     
  7. Nevada

    Nevada New Member

    Heck if I know Jerry. LOL. I haven't even gotten the stock thing running yet. The Kawi KX500 I had several years ago was 72 hp on a 215 lb bike. I sure hope I could handle 9 hp. :cool:
     
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