Sick shifter with exhaust mod

Discussion in 'Performance Mods' started by malcolmlandry, Oct 28, 2008.

  1. malcolmlandry

    malcolmlandry New Member

    I have attached photos of my Boss Cruiser with a Sick Bike shifter kit and Kawasaki KX65 Exhaust. It is a first class combination. It is shockingly fast. A young fellow that works for me keeps racking up the trouble free miles on this bike.

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  2. NICE! .....Would love to see / hear it run....Any chance for a video?

  3. alex

    alex Guest

    I need to hear it run. I NEED to.
  4. Pablo

    Pablo Motored Bikes Sponsor

    Sweet - NICE pipe. Any other mods?
  5. bluegoatwoods

    bluegoatwoods Well-Known Member

    but how'd you get that Triumph-style oil spot under a two cycle?
  6. Pablo

    Pablo Motored Bikes Sponsor

    :eek::grin::shock: I was wondering the same thing....he must have just backed his S-10 out of the garage!:cool:
  7. alex

    alex Guest

    No, he must have just backed his RANGER out of the garage.
  8. hill climber

    hill climber Member

    yeh, that is for sure a FORD spot
  9. malcolmlandry

    malcolmlandry New Member

    I don't have a video camera. It is bone stock other then the pipe. Because I am worried about it running lean, I attached the stock silencer to the end of the pipe. I am sure a more suitable silencer would help but it would surely require appropriate carburation. As it is, it has enough speed to cause long term hospitalization. I do mix the fuel with a heavy mixture of Mercury Quicksilver oil as a means of preservation. The leaking fuel shutoff and leaking carb are causing the stains on the floor. I don't know why I didn't buy the Sick fuel shutoff with the rest of my parts.
  10. You must meen PUSHED the S-10 out of the garage.......LMAO

    Anyway nice pipe that KX65 pipe should be a great match for a 66cc engine.
    Not a good idea to use outboard motor oils, as they are for use with watercooled engines. I would suggest you get some quality AIR COOLED 2 stroke oil, such as Amsoil.....
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2008
  11. HI Malcom,

    LOL....."enough speed to cause long term hospitalization"....That's too funny.....

    I suppose you have EXTREME speed when it's just an accident is just "quick and painless" ;-O

    Good build....Ride safe!