Finally Finished

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by kogen, Oct 28, 2008.

  1. kogen

    kogen New Member

    Hey all, I ended up going to a local mechanic for help but here she is. I already put about 20miles on her.

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  2. spunout

    spunout Member

    good job, kogen...there you go. got yourself a motored bike.:evil::evil:

    as far as the help part, my very first bike all those years ago, was put together by a friend of mine. i looked at this box of who-knows-what and said "how long will this take?" he said "couple hours" i said "cool. see you then." haha.

    the thing is, even if you didnt do the first build all by yourself, doing repairs/adjustments and general tweaking on them, you'll know them inside-out in no time.

    can i ask, where the 3/4 gal tank is from? it looks bigger than the standard 1/2gal. i buy 3/4gal tanks whenever i see them.
  3. kogen

    kogen New Member

    The tank came with the kit. It is one of the 66/80cc kits. Um let me find the recpt. I ordered it from a place in Tucson, AZ. I figured if there was a problem that wasn't to far to go for me.
  4. terrence

    terrence Member

    Looks like a comfortable solid bike. Should be good for a lot of miles of fun. Lucky you, get to ride year round. (AZ) Enjoy.
  5. brisbane_boy

    brisbane_boy Member

    thats a good looking bike. Im sure u will do plenty of miles on it. Hope it rides well.
  6. bluegoatwoods

    bluegoatwoods Well-Known Member

    Yup, it looks like a good, comfortable bike. Good stance.

    There can't be any doubt that you'll have a good time with that.

  7. MoonHog

    MoonHog Member

    Nice bike. The chain tensioner looks like it is tensioning the chain from the top instead of the bottom. Maybe the picture is just weird. Hey..if it works, it works! Good deal. :)
  8. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    kogen -- looks like a SMOOTH MB ride -- you got going there

    have fun -- be safe -- as you -- RIDE THAT THING
  9. az cra-z

    az cra-z Guest

    Always great to have an actual "go-to guy" as well as us virtual knuckleheads.