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I gotta get a new bike before I kill myself I suppose my frame is cracked and I have no brakes a 24 inch wheel in the back with a 36 tooth sprocket and a 27.5 on the front
 

Frogslayer

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The bullsh*t is I got this thing for reliability and that was literally the first time I went more then a mile
Just out of curiosity, why would a more complicated machine built by the same children be more reliable than a simpler 2 stroke? It's a myth man. I believe it comes from racing. Still plenty of 2 poppers built in the 70s still popping away. The more complicated something is made is usually just more to go wrong...
 

DistantWolrld101

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Just out of curiosity, why would a more complicated machine built by the same children be more reliable than a simpler 2 stroke? It's a myth man. I believe it comes from racing. Still plenty of 2 poppers built in the 70s still popping away. The more complicated something is made is usually just more to go wrong...
i can see how it is more reliable
even if they are built with same parts yada yada
you could say reliability comes from how one maintains it.
for example a 2-stroke you got to put gas and oil in and mix it correctly every time

4-stroke you just fill it with oil, then straight gas and once in a while swap oil no need to make sure the gas and oil are correct mixture so you don't mess something up

^ i think i said this right maybe you get what i'm saying though xD
 

Frogslayer

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Kind of like don't trust that your wife checked the oil in your old truck when she put gas in it. I guess I don't even think about mixing gas as an extra step because I always keep mixed gas around for chainsaws and snowblowers and stuff. I guess one may see it as a small hassle to mix fuel if it is the only thing 2 stroke you have around.
 
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