skyhawk

  1. AMP Research fork, Zeda Case Reed, SOMA Kick Stand

    AMP Research fork, Zeda Case Reed, SOMA Kick Stand

    Vintage AMP Research F3 XC fork with disk brake flange, Zeda install, awesome double kick stand
  2. P

    HELP ME FIND A SKYHAWK

    Hi guys, so i started the MB adventure years ago, went away for a bit and came back last summer. bought a SBP shift kit for my old Skyhawk kit from 2011. it worked great, but the engine just had problems and wouldn't really give me all i needed. i took it apart after things being broken and...
  3. 66cc Skyhawk GTA5

    66cc Skyhawk GTA5

    1. Shipping was pretty fast I ordered the engine on May 24 for 169 dollars with free shipping. I got it on Wednesday May 31. It's estimated arrival was June 1 so it got here early. None of the parts were missing, it does smell like it's been used. It did not come with an instructions manual.
  4. Baconator101

    The 2-stroke assembly.

    I apologize in advance as this is not a general question. But I thought you folks might a enjoy a glimpse of the making of that thing between your legs. I may be speaking outta my arse here, but I believe these engines were superior to the quality available now.
  5. Sitherus

    In frame tank Felt (gasbike) vs skyhawk frame

    Hi everyone I would love some help deciding on a frame. this is what I'm having trouble deciding. There are two frame designs (that aren't chopper).One is upright, round, and and has a more narrow wheel base. The other is more low (in my opinion more aggressive), square, and has a more stretched...
  6. K

    Carburetor Positioning?

    I have a 66ccSquareHead Grubee Skyhawk engine that I am currently installing on a bike, and have come across my first hiccup. The carburetor air intakes hits the seat post, however it could fit if I turned it an angle (about 15-20 degrees). Would the carburetor still function properly if I did so?
  7. Hello Moto!

    Skyhawk Build Journal

    So I thought I'd start a thread and do a kind of journal as I acquire parts and build this thing from the frame up. Right now, as you can see, I basically have just the frame. The headset cups are pressed and I installed a sealed bottom bracket with the help of an adapter. This will probably be...

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