My New (and first!) Motorized Bike

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by fgkitkojr, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. fgkitkojr

    fgkitkojr New Member

    This is my new motorized bike I just finished! I picked up the bike as a closeout floor model for $80 as I was walking out the door of the store! Decided to motorize it (sounds like a good idea for us old people) so I added a ZZ80BK motor kit, rear rack, saddlebags, speedo, LED headlight, LED fork lights, two rear LED down tube lights, and a rear view mirror. Stillyet to come are front and rear caliper brakes with a dual pull lever, brake lights and turn signals, horn, and a rear trunk bag with ANOTHER red flashing LED. The bike is Kent Street Cruiser and seems to be of decent quality. Oh yeah, I will also be adding MORE padding to the seat and a suspension seat post. I just ordered an NGK Iridium BPR6HIS plug for it. It seems to take forever to warm up. I hope this changes as the engine breaks-in. ANY SUGGESTIONS??:D

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  2. jander6442

    jander6442 New Member

    Very Clean build +1.
  3. Racie35

    Racie35 Member

    nice....really like the bags on bikes
  4. geebt48cc

    geebt48cc Member

    Good job!!!!~
  5. fgkitkojr

    fgkitkojr New Member

    Thank you very much!

    Just installed the NGK Iridium plug and a much better fuel filter. Made all the difference in the world! Went to O'Reilly's and paid $2.99 for the filter and $6.99 for the plug (as opposed to $2.49 for a copper plug). Worth every penny!Got about 15 miles in today and so far, so good. One more gallon to go until break-in is complete!
  6. fgkitkojr

    fgkitkojr New Member