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Mini Bike & Go-Kart Parts

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    Vintage Cushman Higlander

    I got an idea for a slug bug project.
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    Speedway jackshaft

    Made me kinda miss Tommie
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    Speedway front fork springs...

    This was my one good spring. I looked for a suitable replacement and ended up with something that was ok but Id replace them if I found something better.
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    I fabricated this straight pipe. Do I need some sort of baffle?

    I'll ride it as is for awhile and get used to it... nice bike, what are you using for a carb there?
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    I fabricated this straight pipe. Do I need some sort of baffle?

    It's kind of loud any ideas on how to baffle
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    what are you listening to v.2.0

    Your second selection reminded me of this classic
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    what are you listening to v.2.0

    I don't think it's funny no more.
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    Can anyone I'd this engine from a picture.

    assuming it is a 5hp and it runs do you think 100 dollars is too high a price if a person just wants the engine for a minibike.
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    Can anyone I'd this engine from a picture.

    I can't tell if it's an H or HS from the picture I was hoping someone could and save me a trip.
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    Can anyone I'd this engine from a picture.

    Wondering if this a good minibike candidate.ke candidate
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    HS40 Runs better at half choke after warm-up than choke off...New Commie Carb.

    Thanks I'll try turning it out a 1/8 turn then go for a test ride.
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    HS40 Runs better at half choke after warm-up than choke off...New Commie Carb.

    Any Help? It runs pretty good at half choke but I'm thinking it might run even better if its adjusted correctly.
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    196cc BAJA Engines on Craigslist

    Not Mine.
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    196cc BAJA Engines on Craigslist

    https://kansascity.craigslist.org/mpo/d/independence-mini-bike-engines-cc-65-hp/7104927677.html
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    I need help

    I'm glad you explained that cause I was thinking the wax worked like some sort of lubricating loosener instead of a heatsink. Maybe I'll get a chance to try that some time or some variant. Old dogs love new tricks.
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