100% agree, the Baja MB 165 and MB 200 opened up a new World that I didn't realize so many people enjoyed old mini bikes. I respect the heritage of the bikes that gave freedom to go anywhere and have fun cheap and loud. I'm enjoying this forum!
Hahaha, I've driven 2 hours to find a few. Their are so many types, I had no idea until this Summer. My friend asked me if I could tune one, I said yes and ended-up rebuilding it to new again. Then got the bug, 6 in my garage now!
I ordered an LED light thinking it would use very little AC power, glad it worked for you. Add a pic if you can and I'll post one when mine is complete. I'm mounting mine under the shortened rear fender, curved with that shape.
It's great to see a group that likes to keep mini bikes alive and in so many forms. I like to find them and give them life again, the smiles on my neighbors faces are worth all the work. I've rebuilt several Baja Warrior MB165 and MB200 bikes along with a Manco...