Post Pictures of your CT90 / CT110

Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by error cooled, Jun 18, 2008.

  1. bdgoose

    bdgoose Adventurer

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  2. HoboRider

    HoboRider n00b

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  3. motordog1

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    1984 with 600 miles

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  4. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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    Nice!
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  5. mattwoods

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  6. still_kickin'

    still_kickin' n00b

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  7. hugemoth

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    1968 CT90 with mods.

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  8. HandKPhil

    HandKPhil Been here awhile

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    My Mighty '83 CT110, from a couple of years ago:
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  9. kemmer

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    I'll say, holy shit. I'd love to see a how to on everything you did. That thing is bad ass.
  10. hugemoth

    hugemoth Long timer

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    Here's my first crude attempt at a Youtube video, a walk around of the modified Trail 90.

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  11. Woodsrat

    Woodsrat Gone ridin'

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    THANK YOU for the walk-around on your Frankenstein bike. I have a Passport going together in a similar manner and a '71 CT-90 chassis in the barn in waiting. Some of the Aussie "Postie Bikes" look very similar to your bike.

    Very, very creative and well done. These Chinese motors are wonderful for bringing old bikes back to life. :clap
  12. hugemoth

    hugemoth Long timer

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    With Chinese engines available at such a reasonable cost I really hate to see any Cub type bike taken to the junk yard. After a bit of work and a little money they can be put back into service with better than new performance and reliability.



  13. Woodsrat

    Woodsrat Gone ridin'

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    Yup, nearly everyone who's done something like this has found them to be reliable and with the 125/140cc motors available have far more power than the 50's/70's/90's originally installed by Honda. I'd be curious to hear feedback on the hybrid motors with KLX110-style top ends and Honda-style bottom ends. They're available up to 160cc with big bore kits available that'll take them to 184cc!!! Just what you need to put in a Z/XR/CRF-50...
  14. deezildennis

    deezildennis Its a what?

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    MORE PICS!!!!!



    Also...

    My Neighbor down the street has one of these in the back of his garage with a missing Engine. I have been told I can have it if I help him take a tree down in his back yard.

    Thing is....I have 3 China engines here all brand new and all ready to go into something. I got these on trade for a old clapped out xr and some vintage racing parts I did not want anymore so.........


    I have a 140cc Lifan all up engine that is a great runner and would like to put this in the bike. I have one of these in a ct70 replica and it flat out flys........

    The owner says it is a early 70's ct110 What would it take to put this 140cc into it?
  15. hugemoth

    hugemoth Long timer

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    It's a bit more work than putting it in the CT70. A bit of frame grinding and drilling. Foot peg mods. Exhaust and wiring mods. Making a mount for the oil cooler.

  16. deezildennis

    deezildennis Its a what?

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    Had to do most of that to fit the 140 into my ct70 clone.

    I keep hearing something about a adaptor needed for this swap into a postie style bike. I see the engines are a little different from the monkey style bike engines. Where does the adaptor go?

    Looks like I need to get the chainsaw out.......... I need to get this little bike..
  17. Woodsrat

    Woodsrat Gone ridin'

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    Go to www.dratv.com/ct.html to see what it takes to drop a Lifan into a CT-90. By the way the earlier (around '67 and back) CT-90's that used the pushrod engines are easy bolt together projects for the modern Chinese motors. I just missed out on a potential unit on eBay that went for $51.50 in southern Illinois. Hopefully someone here was the lucky bidder.
  18. windburn

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    A flat, no spark so I bought it and brought it home. A new battery and the lights came to life.it is now in the shop checking compression and ignition.
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  19. FAW3

    FAW3 Old wanderer

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    With the fantastic weather holding for the weekend...grabbed the CT90 and went for a one nighter up in the Geo. Washington National Forest near Camp Roosevelt (Fort Valley), Va.

    Below is as I recall on Moreland Gap Road/RT730 near Chrisman Hollow & Fort Valley Road:

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    On top of the mountain...from FVR, Shenandoah River below:

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    Leaving the park...having the cap on the truck makes overnighting very comfortable. The hitch carrier works great with the CT90 or KLR:

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    Anyone else running out here with the CT? There are miles of gravel & paved roads, places to camp and very little traffic...perfect for the CT. I do have Va. tags and the spark arrestor on it...so no legal issues.
  20. MPC619

    MPC619 n00b

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    Otay Mountain in San Diego!

    My first ride with my CT110. This bike is perfect. Low gear works great and for my height the riding position is ver comfy. Got to the top of the mountain with no problem.
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