Huesheng 53cc 50 mph target

The_Aleman

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We race 20 HP 212's IMHO? Humble? LOL more IMIO InMyIdioticOpinion
Aww, did I touch a nerve? How vintage of you, Neil. I know it's really hard for some people to get the context of anything typed without over-reacting to it, let alone how hard it is for people to exchange opinions without one side getting angry. Don't have a stroke there, buddy.

It is a close call to who is the bigger idiot out of you and Augidog who was upset because we were racing 66cc China gals instead of 50cc.
See, I don't really understand this statement from you. I was never angry about HTs, I was riding one and defending them back then. Augi went and did his thing all official-like and it had nothing at all to do with me. I never once said HT66 shouldn't be run in favor of HT48s in anything. You might be hitting that vegetarian diet too hard, mixing proteins and ideas and memories up.

You give me super powers if you think my job or capability is discouraging setups.

Even if you were correct about that 150cc bs you are spouting when were racing organizations limited by street vehicle laws?
When you're California-based, you should heed the 150CC max rule, it's my opinion. I've told you that for years, we even discussed having a requirement that all bikes have the capability to be pedaled around the track with the engine off. It's pretty easy to get away from what makes a MaB a motor-assisted bicycle, I know you agree, even if it isn't good for your racing revenue.

Don't pretend like some fans of these haven't quit racing because it stopped being fun and started being really dangerous when people started slapping go-kart drivetrains on their bicycles. Don't pretend that some guys once showed up with a portable sub-2HP engine kit and easily won their races by pedaling. You had to add go-peds to keep your "organization" viable.

Anyway nice troll post! Well done!
It's not a troll post when I stand by what I say and I'll definitely engage in conversation about it. Learn the difference. Social media is responsible for a lot of break-downs in communication these days, and you base just about everything you're about on Facebook. Well done!
 


The_Aleman

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Oh a double post. I don't usually do this, but didn't see this one LOL

None of the Socal Motor Bicycle Racers give a damn about what you Think or your Opinion about our racer run organization.
You are a nobody to us as a one time spectator.
Just another big mouth trolling and pontificating key board self appointed expert.
Two-time spectator, and your ego is pretty funny. I like how you think you speak for all the racers, but really, I don't care if you or anyone doesn't like my opinions. I never claimed to be an expert in anything, I'm just experienced at traveling on bicycle. Call me what you want, but be careful when you try to put words in my mouth Neil. I won't abide blackguard crap like that, and I'm likely to feel insulted and come talk to you about that.

Actually 150 cc is not the limit for a Motorcycle as defined by CA.
A Motor Driven Cycle is a Motorcycle in CA that is under 150cc and is not allowed on the Freeway.
150CC and above is a motorcycle. 150CC and above is a motorcycle. 150CC and above is a motorcycle. :rolleyes:

Prove with a link where you got that nonsense from!
Whizzers are only 138 cc so they are under 150cc so would be in the Motor Driven Cycle definition but they are
only Motorized Bicycles that can not be registered as Motor Driven Cycles aka Motorcycles.
You don't even know the difference between a Motorcycle and a Motor Driven Cycle and a Motorized Bicycle.
All I said was the 150CC displacement was put into Cali law because of input from Whizzer owners years ago. I was told this back in the 1980s by an old school Schwinn guy at Wheel Away Cycle Center in Campbell. He had several Whizzers on Schwinn frames and I used to talk to him a lot growing up. Whether or not it is absolutely true doesn't matter - the law says "150CC and above is a motorcycle".

There has never been a displacement limit on Motorized Bikes in CA.
Yes there has been. It's 149CC. Duh. 150CC and above is a motorcycle. 150CC and above is a motorcycle.

and a Scooter is a Goped you clown.
If it is 150CC or higher it's a motorcycle, you skinny old soyboy.

Irresponsible Racing is what SoCal Motor Bicycle Racing is all about!
We are pushing the limits and having FUN!
Irresponsible racing? LOL, see how far that will get you in the long run.

I encourage all kinds of hooliganism at our racer run events.
We encourage racers to full throttle drag race to the first corner then test the limits of their tire adhesion and punish your brakes.
I think it is called racing or something like that?
Good luck enforcing the pit row speed limit, as always.
 

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CrazyDan

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I wanted some alone time with that indian replica at the last race :censored:. Pretty sure all of us has developed mechanophilia to some extent during our time in this hobby, or maybe its what led us into this hobby :unsure:.
 

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Nitroused 305cc Briggs w/40 series on deck 🤫

If not the first big bore with pedals, it will likely be the first nitroused one lol. She's too long for too many twisties but will be looking to do some 1/8th mile runs with the fast FL boys.
 
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The_Aleman

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Your 50cc would lap Alemans 50cc shifter.
I rode it at Grange when Caleb last showed up and it had a 15 mph top speed. lol
Caleb is a blowhard who will never be a racer like you.
You rode it with a massive air leak. My carb was completely screwed up, but I still managed to build a bike carrier for my car and bring my bike 400 miles. It would only do 20 miles an hour, but it ran the whole time I was there.

I find it funny you call me a blowhard when you're the one promoting stupidity while also lamenting the fact no one respects your rules. You know why I don't race, it has nothing to do with the inability to - it has to do with me having no need to.

About time you got some nice gas bikes yourself Neil. Last time I saw you with a gas bike all you had was a worn-out friction drive. That was what? 10 years ago? 11? Not likely to see me at Apex, but I dig Grange.

Lmao he has a hard time wrapping his mind around me able to do 46 mph on the flats with no tailwind.
I can wrap my head around it just fine, I just don't believe you, son.
 
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Spare_Parts

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wish I can get mine going again on the B.C. Need to get the rockers and lash right. Might not even be timed right cam fell out and I put it back in don’t know if it’s lined up can’t remember.
Just blame the Chinese be cause you f***ed up and cant build an engine. Guess we know where you engine problems lie.
 
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