Scooter Guy shows off his new camera with the titan 50cc four stroke

Discussion in 'Dealer Advertisements' started by thescooterguy, Mar 31, 2009.

  1. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    I just got a new camera , perfect to show off this titan 50cc four stroke from dax used with the Scooter guy mounting system , pedal option is now standard obviously , and its clamped on not drilled , using nice Harley Davidson P clamps , This bike was stolen last friday , but i got it back on monday . that was a close one . i'm working on a LOWJACK system for bikes . lol.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lViztcyFDbA
     

  2. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    hey Scooter Guy

    that looks to be a sweet riding motor bike ((product)) you got going there
    so you found some Harley clamps -- that's cool -- many have shared
    much concern regarding the drilling into frames -- clamps will take care of that issue..

    bottom line seems to be --
    nice looking -- simple -- powerful -- motor bike offered

    we like that as we
    ride the motor bike THING
     
  3. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    thank you mountainman . good to to hear from you
     
  4. fetor56

    fetor56 Guest

    Impressive,well done.
    I've also got a Titan & think the engine is great....probably the best thing to come-out of China.
     
  5. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    out of the box they will start on the second pull . just hve to remember to putt oil in the crank case ha ha...
     
  6. pontiac40

    pontiac40 New Member

    Nice setup ScooterGuy! I really wanted to see you do a 4-stroke setup and you did. Simple and straight. I want one.

    Do you need any kind of tensioner on the main drive chain or does that stay fairly stable when you hit road bumps etc.?
     
  7. eastwoodo4

    eastwoodo4 Member

    thats a pretty nice machine.how can it pull 150 and 300 lbs identicly?
     
  8. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    this motor is strong , the bike i would call a stump puller , there are two of them now , there was a mishap and the first titan build was stolen outside of my work a few weeks ago . in a scramble to get customers bike back i found a trek 830 on craigslist . red just like the first one . then three days later i got the original build back . ya hoo !!! . long story short , now there's two of them . i call them the titan twins . here are some pics of the second twin titan . maybe Walter , the new owner can chime in to explain how well is bikes perform . i know that doesn't really answer your question , but its just a strong motor . no high rpms , Walter is twice my size , 6 foot and it moves him along just like me . the second bike is a little nicer , big bear claw pedals , and i used a larger chain ring on the crank . which i think makes the ride more responsive , Walter took it for a spin and when he came back he said that bike was perfect . or at least very near perfection . i love the Harley Davidson p clamps . I hope to post a picture of walter with the two titan twins together soon .
    http://i480.photobucket.com/albums/rr161/thescooterguy/newesttrek830005.jpg
    http://i480.photobucket.com/albums/rr161/thescooterguy/newesttrek830004.jpg
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    http://i480.photobucket.com/albums/rr161/thescooterguy/vidofspringtensioner019.jpg
     
  9. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

  10. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    that's gonna make a sweet lookin build!!
     
  11. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    good looking , and comfortable , , its got coaster break in the back , i will have to figure out a hand mechanism for it . its a seven speed internal hub i have no idea the gear ratio in there . i just put it in the highest gear and pedaled it . its going to be just fine . for titan . the streched body will make for plenty of pedal room .
     
  12. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    you should be able to hook up a caliper brake for the rear, without any problems.
     
  13. fetor56

    fetor56 Guest

    Jerry....i've got an Electra Cruiser Model 1 & it's a great ride cos of it's long wheelbase but the only thing that really bugs me is the rear coaster brake.I've had it apart twice now getting it to work properly & still(at it's best) it's not very powerfull;plus it's a HUGE inconvenience not being able to back-peddle.The front forks were also replaced,& v-brakes used instead of standard weak caliper.
    Why not weld v-brake bosses to the seatstays or try this:
    http://www.danscomp.com/489051.php
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  14. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    yes i agree , really don't want to mess with the coaster break . i was thinking of putting a lever on it with reverse tension spring for return up to a hand lever . but will probably just leave it and use either bmx style breaks . would have to find a good tig welder for v breaks . then i wouldn't trust the weld . double butted aluminum means its thin in the middle a double thick on the ends were the welds are . and i'm afraid the aluminum is thin where the post would need to be welded . we will see as i go along . i'm just getting started on it . building the freewheel crank . and switching out the thin whitewall tires for some nice 2.2125 cst road tires i did some horse trading to get those . should give a nice cushy ride . and a puncture proof tubes.
     
  15. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    ok , the cranks went on good and the new tires look great , thank you oldandintheway . motoredbike.com member . while putting the tires on i found a mount for the rear breaks down by the kickstand , under the bike . rear break should be a cinch now . will need to figure out how to remount chain guard . the 22t on the freewheel crank gets pretty close to the mounting hole . tomorow . motor mount and motor ,
    http://s480.photobucket.com/albums/rr161/thescooterguy/?action=view&current=kirnin011.jpg
     
  16. walthenry

    walthenry New Member

    Jerry, you are not going to mount the motor by drilling into that beautiful Electra bike, are you? I sure hope yo are using clamps, like you have on your latest builds.
    Oldieone
     
  17. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    hello Walter , How are the titan twins ? nope i'm not drilling this frame , i wanted to challenge myself to clamp this system to the bike , the p clamps from harley Davidson are great but they limit the bikes you can use to 1 1/4 tube . so i am building some very nice clamps from aluminum , to fit this tube size , i have finished the top clamp and am working on the bottom clamp . they will look great and be very effective . allowing me to use the top slider slot on the motor mount for chain tension , i will have a picture in a just a little bit . check back . i also am fabricating some chain tensioners for the back axle , this bike has horizontal drop outs , like a scooter , and the torque of the final drive chain will pull the rear wheel forward making the chain go loose unless i do something about that i could buy something but i like to make things . i will include pictures of those too .
     
  18. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    ok here are the clamps i made . i was going to call them cage clamps , but i googled it and someone already has dibs on that name . so i will call them rubik's clamps . they are made from wafers of t611 aluminum . i used a hand drill and an angle grinder , they are not perfect . but they fit on the bike and don't move . and will hold the mount and allow me to use the slot on the motor mount for chain tension .
    http://s480.photobucket.com/albums/rr161/thescooterguy/?action=view&current=kirnin015.jpg
     
  19. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    why not call it Scoobik's ? :devilish:
     
  20. thescooterguy

    thescooterguy Member

    i totally missed that pic of your Electra

    wow , that's a great looking motored bike . i need some handlebars like that . what kind of mpg do you get , and the black motor cover , did it come like that ?
     
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