your suggestions and comment here :)

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by howry, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. howry

    howry New Member

    hey there,
    i know that for a noob trying those hard stuff is maybe a waste of time, but i really want to have something special :) so heres my idea.
    ive got an orange county chopper, what im thinking is take the peddals or leave them there, but make them steady<solid> and somehow make a spark to start the motor.
    any suggestions? or comments? i would love to hear everything you go :D

  2. give me vtec

    give me vtec Active Member

    might be hard to explain to the cops... should the situation come up.
  3. bluegoatwoods

    bluegoatwoods Well-Known Member

    I think I've heard that the earliest Triumphs were started by having the rider push the bike and pop the clutch. That would be one solution, though it sounds like a dangerous pain in the neck.
  4. howry

    howry New Member

    yea, will be hard to explain. i want to do this cuz the bike is lil small on me, and if ill keep my pedals solid ill be just perfect. is there another way ?
  5. ENO

    ENO Member

    Occ Choppers

    Hey Howry..ENO (Down Under)..Great bikes the Stingrays and yeh they are a little small for big or even medium guys..but they look mean when theyre all set up and out on the road...heavy and so we used an 80cc on it to compensate..powers along at around 30 to some pics so we can eyeball what youre up to..Good Luck ENO

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  6. Tremont MC

    Tremont MC New Member

    I ride an OCC chopper with a seat set way back. The only reason I did this is so I can pedal it. And I am 6'6''. You can see a picture in my album to get an idea. Ergonomics for this set up are just right for me. My 6 foot tall son fits on it to