The Bike EveryOne has been Waiting to see

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by btf331, Dec 7, 2008.

  1. btf331

    btf331 Member

    Iam about to release the ever so rare 2000 Black Knight Whizzer.

    Here are some pictures i got alot of picure in the picture galery if you want to see my toys.

    Brandon Friedman LI, NY

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  2. brisbane_boy

    brisbane_boy Member

    luv the bike man. It looks nice as. R u goin to use it or is it more of a show toy?
  3. btf331

    btf331 Member

    I do ride it

    i use it alot. But after taking the pics today I just detailed the whole bike with chrome polish and wax and everything... I start up chagned the oil before. Started riding. Im 2 miles into my ride, Bike starts acting up. i look behind me huge cloud of smoke trailing me. I notice oil is flying all over the place coming from the carb and into the air filture.... It was like weird as soo as i just pulled up to my house it died thank god.... But I dont know whats wrong maby tomarrow ill figure it out. But i do ride it... and if any body know anything about the Black Knight Edition i would be pleased to know more information about this rare bike its a 2000.
  4. bluegoatwoods

    bluegoatwoods Well-Known Member

    No doubt about it; a real good looking machine.

    I'm not enough of a mechanic to really try and diagnose your trouble. But just as a guess, you didn't overfill it on that oil change, did you? That might be one place to look.
  5. KilroyCD

    KilroyCD Active Member

    Good looking bike! In the second photo, it appears as if the front wheel is a 24", while the rear is 26". Is this the case, or was it an optical illusion?
  6. btf331

    btf331 Member

    I dont know

    I really Don't know let me run down stair and check in a few minutes haha.
    Thats funny but look at my pics in the picture galery on the top u can see some more pics.

    Brandon Friedman
    LI, New York
  7. JE

    JE Guest

    Yep I deffinitly like the black bikes. Here's my 08 26" Black Whizzer. Have you up graded the top end of you're motor yet. the WC-1 Motores where notorious for dropping a valve seat.

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  8. btf331

    btf331 Member

    ITS a..... 24''

    Ok so i went to the garage its a 24 but it has wider tires on it. And i have not yet upgrade the top end of the engine I am going to be doing that once the funds allow me to.. Rather get my 09' Dodge Challenger R/T if you know what i mean. But i will be doing the NE5 upgrade soon.

    Brandon Friedman
    LI, New York
  9. Quenton Guenther

    Quenton Guenther Motored Bikes Sponsor

    Hi Brandon, The Black Knight is a 24" version of the 1999 Classic. At one time I was told the person that laced the wheels for the Black Knight had originally worked for the original Whizzer company, you guessed it, he laced wheels. Not sure if the story is true, but if so it makes your bike all the better. I believe the rims were chrome and the correct size for the 2.125 tires. During our phone call earlier today it became apparent that the WC-1 motor used the 1999 oil vent system. Because the WC-1 motor produced high crankcase pressure and filled the air breather with oil [often causing smoke through the exhaust pipe], in some cases it would make the motor stop running. I was told the EPA allowed them the vent the crankcase to the air on future models. On the 2001, 2002, 2003, [no 2004] the vent hose was in fact terminated just above the center stand [never needed to lube stand again]. Starting with the 2005 NE motor the fitting on the side of the motor was removed and a larger hose was attached to the tappet cover. Read "sticky" Back by Popular demand for complete information to stop the Whizzer motors from pumping oil.

    Let me know how your repairs go, but remember you might have loose valve seats, and will need to upgrade to the NE cylinder.

    Have fun,
  10. btf331

    btf331 Member


    I dont no whats wrong with it still ill work on it tmrw it got to cold out today to stay outside so i had to put it away.. I will post some pics and vids of the problem so you can help me better.
  11. Quenton Guenther

    Quenton Guenther Motored Bikes Sponsor

    Hi Brandon, Don't forget to check the head bolts to make sure they are tight.
    Just let me know and I will help you get it working right.

    Have fun,
  12. btf331

    btf331 Member


    Will do. But did you look at my picture of my bikes yet. What do you think?
  13. Egor

    Egor Guest

    JE - Is the tail light lens correct? Looks like a Ford model "A" to me. I like it, now I know what I am going to install on my bike. Have fun, Dave
  14. Irish John

    Irish John Guest

    Brandon, she's a beauty and you'll love it to death but NY is no place in winter for a Whizzer. Have you considered sending your bike away to Australia so she can run around in the sun and enjoy the uncrowded highways. My address is probably on my profile and I'd send her back to you when your Spring arives.........
  15. btf331

    btf331 Member

    Sure... ahah NOT

    Im sending it down right now just crated it up for you...... NOT
  16. Irish John

    Irish John Guest

    Thats fabulous. NOT means Navigable Overseas Transport I take it. Might get here for Christmas!
  17. RdKryton

    RdKryton Active Member

    Hey Brandon
    What weight oil did you use? If it was 10 W 40 that could cause the oil to be pumped out of the crankcase much faster. It is much too thin. You must ONLY use straight 40 weight oil. Nothing else. These engines are old technology and they were not designed for the modern multi viscosity oils.

  18. hot70cc

    hot70cc Guest

    Not to be a pain but the unecessary money you have in that thing you could've had a decent down payment for your car. Nice bike, but total waste of money if you want your car. MO
  19. btf331

    btf331 Member

    U think i Paid?

    My uncle gave me it for free whats good. HA he hooked it up. He has and OCC custom chopeer and like 12 other bikes.
  20. hot70cc

    hot70cc Guest

    Well good for u . Maybe he'll buy you your car to:wink: