Pre-build checklist: Things all new owners should do with these 2 stroke kits...

ZOOMMOTORBIKES

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Hey, can anyone upload a picture showing the exhaust support that was mentioned in this thread? I'd like to see that.
go to youtube and look up kingsmotorbikes channel, they have like two videos( that suck). they show you the bracket and how to install it but it doesn't come in the. lol. kingsmotorbikes is a joke.(sorry personal opions added)
 


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that is for the clutch cable fish it through and then to the clutch arm. the big spring goes before that piece and acts as a heat shield, and then the skinny spring goes after it to push the arm back.then through the arm. NOTE: the actual piece connected to the motor screws off and reveals a hole that is used to grease your clutch.
 

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What do I put in the hole towards the rear of the engine that has the clutch cable holder screwed into it?
that is for the clutch cable fish it through and then to the clutch arm. the big spring goes before that piece and acts as a heat shield, and then the skinny spring goes after it to push the arm back.then through the arm. NOTE: the actual piece connected to the motor screws off and reveals a hole that is used to grease your clutch.
 

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hotrod1

o.k. gentlemen! i have built my 1st mb from ground up using a cannondale h300 frame. this bike is beautiful. lot of time and money invested in this ride. now to the meat of my situation. i've installed a new grubee skyhawk gt5a 2 stroke. i've read most all the threads concerning my problem and i now reconize what it is. all the symptoms are there. this confounded cns carb. what i need is 1 person that has been successful in what needs to be done as i am confused because so many have said this or that about the thing. i need help guys. i am so frustrated now i think i blew out my head gasket and i haven't even taken my 1st good ride yet other than around the block. thanks for your so much needed help in advance. -hotrod1-
 

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that is for the clutch cable fish it through and then to the clutch arm. the big spring goes before that piece and acts as a heat shield, and then the skinny spring goes after it to push the arm back.then through the arm. NOTE: the actual piece connected to the motor screws off and reveals a hole that is used to grease your clutch.
what do you suggest greasing the clutch with? just multi-purpose grease or something else?
 

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Muffler Support

Could some one post some pics of their muffler supports. I can not view U TUBE on my phone. THANK YOU in advance!
 
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tooljunkie

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throw away the chain and find something better.mine broke a side link and decided to pile up in the case.broke the housing ahead of the small sprocket .now dirt can get into stator/magneto housing.its not going to last long.going to build a sheet metal block-off to try and seal it up.
 

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This reminds me of why I have a spare motor ready to go at all times. If you order another motor, order a crank case. Rebuild the busted up one with the new crank case. You could sand smooth then polish the inside of the case and replace the oil seals. You could also match the ports while you have it apart. That could be your sunday race motor!:devilish:
 
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