Le 'Rapidement'. Bored tracker.

Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by Wildebeest90210, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. Lurkio

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    You had a damaged hip as a baby? :hide That's tough
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    At least he had a third 'leg' to stand on...
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  3. Wildebeest90210

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    Yes, sad but true. As you can see if I now try to ride a bicycle I always fall off to the right!!!
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    I have a special sling....
    it's a constant source of embarrassment for me
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    you see how this haunts my life.... pix of me on page 47 (no face shot). like I said.... a constant source of embarrassment.
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  9. Wildebeest90210

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    It made it off the bench, don't worry it's back again now. It's a bit lower than expected but then it is a lowrider frame so no surprise really. I found the MTB shop I had build the wheels didn't build in the offset so I've spent this afternoon spacing things out. Just the final drive to do now.

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    Also the pedal at full extension didn't clear the front tyre so have shifted the rake out by moving to the set of holes currently used by the headlight mount. Will have to re-mount the light.

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    PNW chain saw comp engine..if in need more speed captain.
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  11. JagLite

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    That's ho-hum...


    Only one engine?


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    The women love fast bikes with chainsaw engines obviously.

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  13. Wildebeest90210

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    An update, need to get this finished this week, weather is good for riding to pub...
    Got the exhaust welded up and polished. Bought a cheapo single speed sprocket to break apart and use the threaded part to weld for pedal side extension.
    List now is,
    rear brake set up and cable
    space and mount motor drive side sprocket
    new headlight mount
    Simple!!?

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    Be-ooo-the-fulllll!
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    Just go to the pub at lunch then you can hold off on the headlight! Less weight too.....
  16. Roofchop

    Roofchop Hands up mother stickers, this is a f**k up!

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    Hey 'Beast have you weighed the orange beast with its engine and moon boot wheels yet?
    I had a shitty MTB with same ish engine and it weighed a ton, mainly the motor was ridiculously heavy then the cheapo mtb on top.
    I dont't reckon it will go up hills! (without pedal assist!):D
  17. lesman

    lesman Live easy, Brake Hard

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    Don't you think the rear brake is just superfluous?
  18. DiggerD

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    Wellll....that one way to make the engine look bigger.:photog

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  19. TUCKERS

    TUCKERS the famous james

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    You should always come to a full stop using your rear brake. Using the front in a gas station, your garage, stop sign....can result in a lock up, slide and even tip over. That’s why there are so many low speed drops, after slowing down using your front, gently applying your rear brake is the way when you are coming to a complete stop. So no the rear brake isn’t superfluous......
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  20. DonM

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    Eek!