i gotta go fast

Discussion in 'Performance Mods' started by aljeezzy, May 6, 2016.

  1. aljeezzy

    aljeezzy New Member

    haha should be done in a few days 16 - 1 (2).jpg

  2. Neptunati

    Neptunati New Member

    Wooden motor mount? Are you test fitting the engine?
  3. Frankfort MB's

    Frankfort MB's Well-Known Member

    I hope so ;)
  4. HeadSmess

    HeadSmess Well-Known Member

    the best bikes are ALWAYS made with timber!

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  5. Frankfort MB's

    Frankfort MB's Well-Known Member

    The top pic would be a bike made of bamboo, everyone knows bamboo bicycles are actually racing bicycles in the eastern part of Africa due too its availability and strength.....
    I love crazy people :D......
    I guess that's why we gotta go fast on a bicycle
  6. Neptunati

    Neptunati New Member

    Could you imagine going fast on a wooden bike? Then crashing only to get some really bad splinters ouch! Road rash and a chunk of bamboo through your leg ahhhh!
  7. HeadSmess

    HeadSmess Well-Known Member

    mmm, polished woodgrain finish...

    the bamboo ones are nice, trickiest part is joining the stuff.
  8. GhettoBike

    GhettoBike Member


    Port Timing !!!
    Check out this !!!

    I was clocked at 70 and i think i could go faster
    Way too much Porwer Thanks to www.ghettobike.com
    212 Predator Head Big Valve Ported & Polished 32 MM Intake 28 MM Exhaust

    With Dual Heavy Duty 32 Pound Springs!!

    [​IMG] p mount q.jpg Rear Disc.jpg
  9. Frankfort MB's

    Frankfort MB's Well-Known Member

    I'm guessing a reworked 212cc shifter with motorcycle juice brakes? Eh not too fast;)
    Jk jk, that thing would take anything I have and give it 100$ change:D

    What have you done to that engine???
    I have a buddy who has a 212 predator with heavier valve springs, carb been rejetted, larger smoother intake, straight pipe exhaust, and I think valves have been reworked(not sure what that means but that's what the guy he bought it from said)
    I was thinking hard about buying the motor from him but then I would have to find a tranny to hold up to it.... I'm also curious to know what power it would be making (ball park numbers work good enough:))
  10. GhettoBike

    GhettoBike Member

    We Make a Jackshaft all Those Transmissions suck
    we do all the fixings u mentioned ,, upgraded clutch is key and we bore the head to 28 and 23
    Horsepower wise we are working up to 20 ,,,,,, we owe a lot of credit to big daddy motor sports
    who holds the record for minibikes something like 90 mph !!!
    Also Iskys Cams hooks us up...
    Jack Shaft.jpg