skymfmike's bike

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by skymfmike, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. skymfmike

    skymfmike Guest

    Hey guys I almost got it ready adding a customize vintage gas tank out of and old bike 40s 50s and I will like to enter next month.
     

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  2. skymfmike

    skymfmike Guest

    Custom vintage restore Gas Tank

    Lot's of work and $$$$$ to get that tank looking like that first on the beginning was so rusty... body work, sand blast, got it zink process, them welding etc... then a nice paint job charcol with polyurethane paint
     

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  3. You can go a thousand miles on that tank. That's awesome!
     
  4. iRide Customs

    iRide Customs Member

    Wow! That's quite a tank! looks like a sweet riding machine too.
     
  5. gauge

    gauge Guest

    wow skym were did u get that pipe from and how was the increase
     
  6. JosephGarcia

    JosephGarcia Guest

    did you use a GT mountain bike frame? i have one of those bicycles, those frames are very unique.

    that tank would look nice on a cruiser frame, but if its utility you're going for, it looks awesome. i love the all black of it too
     
  7. skymfmike

    skymfmike Guest

    Thanks man I am awaiting for my custom 34T sprocket aluminum so I can cruise like a warrior without stoping for gas!!!!:grin:
     
  8. skymfmike

    skymfmike Guest

    Weaya!!! The pipe give's power and a beautifull sound, I will say 20% power increase and lot's of midrange power!!!!!
     
  9. skymfmike

    skymfmike Guest

    Is and old GT frame I will say from the early 90,s of crome molly, do you think I should paint the entired bike with the paint I use on the black!!!!!
     
  10. lhemrick

    lhemrick Guest

    I like the tank! Wouldn't mind having one myself for Motorcycle project currently underway.
    Lynn
     
  11. kahnkrunch

    kahnkrunch Guest

    Where did you get the pipe?
     
  12. skymfmike

    skymfmike Guest

    tuned pipe from China all the info inside!!!!!!!

    My friend Gigo the distribidor from Peru happend to go to China to the factory of Mr. Paris Shentu of Zhejiang Ningshuai Industry Co., Ltd-China and he ask for a pipe that was tested on 50cc kids gokarts and he brought it over and adapted and it works beautiful the only thing I need is the 34T sprocket to cruise like a king on the roads of Lima Peru Company Type : Manufacturer
    Contact : paris shentu
    Address : hardware industrial zone
    yongkang, Zhejiang, 321300
    China
    Telephone : [86] (579) 7165946
    Fax : [86] (579) 7165849
    Web Site : www.ns-scooter.com
    Name(s) of Principals : paris shentu
    Commenced Business : 1989
    He will build those tuned pipes but you need to order at least 500 units or so!!!! sweet sound and your friends riding behind you will smell the 2 stroke oil !!!:shock::shock::rolleyes::???: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ny_5eTjE-e4
     
  13. Scottm

    Scottm Guest

    Dude, that's one tough looking bad a**. I love it. How big are tose tires?
    What will you name it, if you name it? It reminds me of Road Warrior.
     
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  14. skymfmike

    skymfmike Guest

    bad *** road warrior

    :grin::grin::shock:
    Well the tires are 2.10 shoft compound bontrager they last 1 1/2 45 days, yesterday I replace the rear sprocket from a 44T to a 34T I think I went to much I probably go easier on the engine but the rpm power is ::::::maybe good for the highway or so, on the starting I have to start pedaling pretty well I am getting a 38 or maybe I'll change rims to size 24" to see if that will help,or thinking to build a hill climber 20" with the 44T with the new generation 2 engines.

    Cheers
    Mike
     
  15. lookbiker

    lookbiker Guest

    That bike looks super sweet. Good luck on getting your gearing right. :)
     
  16. nice ride.. Looks to me a fest as well.
     
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