Minarelli Shifter Bike

Just finished building this bike for my employer.
CDH GT2A gasframe
Ruff cycles forks,bars,and stem
Sturmey Archer xlfd drum brake hubs, 3 speed on rear
Husky double wall rims with 12g spokes with Maxxis Hookworms
Smolik performance budget minarelli with a mikuni vm20 carburetor and yasuni R1max exhaust.
Sickbikeparts.com shift kit.

Should be a fun little ripper.
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GreasyChris

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Good thought, duh! I should of known that. Thanks @Street Ryderz I appreciate it. Sorry @GreasyChris for hijacking your thread. I appreciate all of your guys help.
No worries at all. On my other builds I use brake pad material for the clutch pads. You can either buy them from rdm or make your own. I make my own. Arrowmotorizedcycles.com also sells a racing clutch pad although I haven't tried them.
 

Regalgse00

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I’m actually working on my winter build right now and I’ll be using that same engine and exhaust but without the shift kit but I’m just gonna use a 36tooth sprocket. How well does it perform?
 

GreasyChris

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I’m actually working on my winter build right now and I’ll be using that same engine and exhaust but without the shift kit but I’m just gonna use a 36tooth sprocket. How well does it perform?
It's the middle of winter where I am so it will be another few months before this bike gets ridden. I expect mid 50's from this bike. This is my bike it's a Polini sport cylinder with the R1 exhaust and a 42t sprocket. It has wicked acceleration and hits about 54mph.
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Karl Snarl

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It's the middle of winter where I am so it will be another few months before this bike gets ridden. I expect mid 50's from this bike. This is my bike it's a Polini sport cylinder with the R1 exhaust and a 42t sprocket. It has wicked acceleration and hits about 54mph.View attachment 164219
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I see a huge flaw in it. I'm not sure if you can ride it with this flaw, might cause major problems. I can't believe you don't even notice it. Am I the only one that noticed? OMG man, how could you let such a huge mistake pass. You should get it fixed as soon as possible.
 

Karl Snarl

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It's the middle of winter where I am so it will be another few months before this bike gets ridden. I expect mid 50's from this bike. This is my bike it's a Polini sport cylinder with the R1 exhaust and a 42t sprocket. It has wicked acceleration and hits about 54mph.View attachment 164219
The huge flaw in it, it's not at my house. lol
 
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