should I buy it?

Discussion in 'Whizzer Motorized Bicycles' started by motman812, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. motman812

    motman812 Member

    I've found an '05 Whizzer with 12 miles on it for sale at $900.
    Does this bike need the mushroom lifters and other upgrades to make it durable?
    Thanks.
     

  2. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    that ((fast)) Whizzer THING

    seems that most end up getting those upgrades ((before very long))

    that's a great price for a 12 miles ridden Whizzer THING
    they may even take 800 or 850 ???

    have fun motman as you ride that ((fast)) Whizzer THING
     
  3. motman812

    motman812 Member

    I keep looking at Whizzers in spite of what I hear because I like the way I feel when I'm riding one. They have soul that other bikes don't.
     
  4. 5-7HEAVEN

    5-7HEAVEN Guest

    No matter what I say to myself, I still like my Whizzer bike.

    It might not be as fast as my other monsters but it's got class written all over it.

    It rides well, great freewheeling. I just need more braking capacity.
     
  5. bill green

    bill green Member

    Hi all try kool whiz for over size brake hubs ..Youll need to spoke them up....Bill
     
  6. Baverian

    Baverian Member

    RE kool whiz

    Hey Bill, I googled and searched this site for "kool whiz"..........nothing!!!
     
  7. RdKryton

    RdKryton Active Member

    koolwhizzer is on Ebay. I have purchased from him before. Good Ebay seller and he does have the larger front brake hub.

    Jim
     
  8. KilroyCD

    KilroyCD Active Member

    The 2005 NE-5 will need to have the mushroom lifters installed before too long. My original lifters went south before the bike hit 300 miles.
    If this is a slip-clutch model, that is the only real upgrade you would likely need to do to ensure the reliability for the near-term. Replacing the head gasket with the copper one would be a good idea a little later on. Most other upgrades should wait until the bike is broken in. Such upgrades would mostly be performance related, such as a milled head, or opening up the restrictor (which Whizzer cautions against doing). Switching to the Hi-Flow insert in the exhaust is also a good move (performance-wise).
    That is a very good price for the NE-5. I'd say "go for it!"
     
  9. bill green

    bill green Member

    Howdy Al at Kool Whizz also has A matching large drum rear hub...Bill
     
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