For Sale New Fito Modena GT Frame

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by KCvale, Dec 23, 2015.

  1. KCvale

    KCvale Motorized Bicycle Vendor

    New Fito Modena GT 1-speed frame for sale.

    This is the original bike.


    This is what is left to sell.


    Coaster brake frame with pedal crank assembly and
    disc brake ready triple tree straight forks.
    Will accommodate up to 26" tall 3" wide tires.

    $75 + Shipping.

    Nice frame for a 2 or 4-stroke, I just took all the parts I am using on the new GT2A-150 gas tank frame builds I am doing.
    Umm, I may have the pedals too if you need them.

  2. KCvale

    KCvale Motorized Bicycle Vendor

    I have more of these now as I strip them down for parts to put on other frame builds.
    Cumpulsive Tinkerer likes this.
  3. Scott Bennett

    Scott Bennett New Member

    Would you be willing to box it up and ship to
    FPO AE 09363?
    Please let me know what the total shipped would be.
    Looks perfect for a 3 speed Strumy hub build.

  4. KCvale

    KCvale Motorized Bicycle Vendor

    Hi Scott, Camp Lemonnier Djibouti Africa eh?
    You are a long way from home soldier, let me see what I can do for you.

    It looks like only the USPS can ship to FPO's.
    Get with me in e-mail or PM as I will need more info.

    In the mean time what are your plans for the frame?
  5. Scott Bennett

    Scott Bennett New Member

    Yeah brother.
    This is why we have had so much issue with getting parts from the US.
    Some of us are hell bent on keeping our hard earned money with USA vendors. Let me know if you can, it looks like it would be a cool build. A buddy of mine has a couple extra racing catch can that we can convert to a seat hanger gas tank. I ordered a motor for my current build from Jake's, I hope he doesnt build it then say he cant send it. I see you are an expert at using the Strumy Archer 3 speed internal hubs. Is there a chance that I can use one and turn it into a racer bike. My thoughts are to use a trigger shifter and build a semi radical 66cc and 24" wheels with semi slick with disc front and back. I found a local go cart track that for 10000DJF ($56) the guy will let us use the track for a few hours on a Friday night. The go-carts suck pretty bad but the French love it. However the track is killer because it is almost a scaled down MSR (track in Houston TX). I'll have to upload a couple of videos once we all get our bikes built and start a race event. Let me tell you, the go-cart track here has carts that will do about 40mph with a brake on only one tire and they sell beer and hard liquor right there at the track. It might be safer for us to use motorized bikes. What do you think about the 3sp? I need to be able to get out of the hole quick and be able to keep that little engine in its power band.