Noob looking for advice

darwin

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Dan on the website it specifically states these new arrivals will not have rev limiters. Hope they're still under $200.
 


CrazyDan

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I've been looking at that too. Wonder if it would hold up on a 212, would need to drill a different bolt pattern for fitment but that shouldn't be too hard.
 

The_Aleman

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Faaaaaaaart 212 faaaaaaaaaaaaart shut up /immature bullcrap lol

Edit: dude, not like my opinion matters but I think we should keep these things under 150cc.
 

Will'smotobikes19

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Check out this motor I found, didn't even know it exsisted. 98cc mitsubishi. Would be nice on a motorized bike as they discontinued the predator 99cc a long time ago. Japan quality though too.
 

JerboaJohn

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98, hmm I think I heard of it but almost barely lol. isn't there a Briggs also fits in that level? aka the Coleman minibike/gokart motor
 

Will'smotobikes19

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Oh the gx100 clone i think. You know Mitsubishi actually makes alot of small engines just probably don't market them in the U.S Just found a Japanese website that sells many different models of the Mitsubishi engines. I've heard the zeros in WW2 had mitsubishi motors in them. Probably why Mitsubishi cars are so cheap.
 

JerboaJohn

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yikes Alibaba hahaha,, gotta be a US distributor. that site is best for importers bcs often there's a minimum# they call MOQ, and then the freight cost.
sometimes you find a mfgr that will sell 1 unit tho.
I tried to get 5 triple forks custom made, sample order for 27.5/700c but CDH gave me the runaround. so i never bought anything off there, falling back on resellers on fleabay
 
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