Joseph Brown: R U kidding me, what didn't you gerry rig on this jalopy. Thanks for
showing me what not to do
jeremy bortoli: Drilling holes in your frame isn't particularly a good idea. And also. The
classic ragjoint is quite possibly the worst way to mount your 44t
Jose Cortese: 150 dollars is a rip off I bought my kit for 139 dollars free shipping
apsghostseeker: Chines crap! Lol
John Pradelski: The newer kits come with the brackets for the larger front tubes.
TXCoindigger: @gasmiser1 Hello gasmiser. The roller guide toward the front was made from
a rubber chain guide I found in the gocart section of Northern Tool, I made
the tension guide using a sprocket from a regular derailer. A standard
chain derailer sprocket will work with the 415 chain. Finally I found the
dual brake lever at a local shop in Webster Texas. I think you can get them
online from the guys who sell the engines.
docholiday3685: Thanks for this video man. It gives me some more confidence to get through
this process when my kit comes in the mail. Great job.
jumpa01: your so right about the gas tank several people have asked me . Where does
the gas go ? I show them and it's an instant head slapper
ronsam3825: great video. Just out of curiousity you complained about the chain falling
off. I noticed that you had a lot of slack did you cut the chain and remove
a couple links? If you did not that is your problem. the tensioner is only
made to compensate a little not for a couple of links. Cheers
sinephase: thanks for the vid, nice job :) too bad those things are technically
illegal here unless I somehow made the bike safety-able as a moped :/ (then
get an m1 licence and insurance :(
Rami Ayoub: How Much It Costs for u to Build it ?
aggrobob79: wow you're like the Bob Ross of bicycle motors!
aggrobob79: @TXCoindigger lol yeah he's the painting guy but it was meant with the most
respect. I like Bob Ross
Steve Salmonsen: I've got the same kit...what I don't get it the rear sprocket, having the
nice shiny chrome side facing in..kinda dumb to me
phoobarnvaz123: Got a Jag I put a 66cc on last year before the electrical system would
allow it not to start...so I'm getting a Grubee at tax time. Noticing your
tensioner...what type of bolts/nuts did you use to get the tensioner to
pivot back and forth as the chain moved on the sprocket? Having replaced
everything on my Jag with heavier parts...have been looking for the same
type of tensioner you are using. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Panzer Wolf: To add, get yourself a .415 chain from TSC, your alignment issue solved
with that little extra width and much more reliable than the standard
joshua ralston: Vary cool .
TheTreeHangers: i want to do something like this but with a wheel chair anyone know how?
TXCoindigger: @jalalmansour I am glad it could help. Thank you for your comment.
superballer365: @TXCoindigger Hey, great bike. Mine is really similar to yours, i have that
thumb choke too. I've been trying to figure out which is choke on and choke
off. It's kind of a stupid question, but would you be able to tell me which
position is choke on and which is choke off?
Dazed N Confused: Hello my name's Forrest, Forrest Guuummp...
MrDrifter36: nice to know u have a skyhawk not one of them sheap ones
mario sanchez: que no manche este guey no deja de hablar
dinogrower: Excellent video. You made it into my collection of bike installation video
playlist. Your are a doing the world a great service! You have my loyalty!
Plant Gollum: i saw a rear Cut fender for motorized bikes some where or can do it ur self
just cut a notch on the rear fender
Charles Flaherty: thanks for the tour of your installation....although not groundbreaking,
you've said what needs to be looked out for in a very clean, clear video
presentation. much appreciated...I see this is from 2009....wondering if
you still have and use this bike. Again, thank you.
TXCoindigger: @stopglobalswarming Thanks
TXCoindigger: Yea thats right the chain is backwards, Turned it around on purpose to
better align the chain. Couldnt get anymore adjustment out of the motor
mounts so I turned it around. It helped. Good luck to you.
gasmiser1: what did you make the roller guide for the chain behind the engine(the
black roller) Second where can I get a derailluer big enough for the 415
chain?Last who carries the dual brake lever?
Andy Tasker: Yeah, the fact that the sprocket is reversed might account for some of your
problems. Grubee kit comes with a nice nylon wheel tensioner that can be
ordered seperately, if anyone's interested.....gasbike.net
jumpa01: Introduce that Crow to a 500A Mossburg = no cackling crow!!
livefastmotors: Great work! Come check out our spring loaded chain tensioner at Live Fast
elbowout: Hey guys...Ive found that using a needle valve from an outboard motor
needle and seat kit works tits! it is part # 18-7093.Usually available at
your Napa store in their Sierra catalog.It stops excess fuel from draining
into and over flowing the carb,when leaving the fuel valve on.Also..Try a
champion l86c spark plug!Works for me.Sail on!!
Péter Kálmán: How can us exactly adjust the big sprocket? If I screw strongly difficult
to central smooth. If not strong the screws, it is a problem too.
GreatNorthWeb: i just got bike tips from al gore.
TXCoindigger: tractor supply
Scorpion X: what the difference between the sites? thanks!: kingsmotorbikes . com
gasbike . net
phoobarnvaz123: Thanks for the info. Makes perfect sense when you described it. Had some
trouble seeing the whole assembly in the video. If you find the tensioner
won't stay in place in the future...my buddy grabbed some inner
tube...wrapped it around the tube and bolted the tensioner into place. With
it tight...never moved.
stopglobalswarming: Try niagaracycle com for parts! Lots of great, low price replacement parts
and old-technology stuff like older shifters, metal baskets, etc.
Robin Muscato: at 3:40 that my problem now. even when i space the motor out a little. it
is still little lose. (o.O) but i hope when i put that one pic back on, it
stop jumping off. i hope :((
TXCoindigger: @pabros This is a 12 dollar light from the auto parts store. I had it
connected to a small battery I carries in the baskets. Thanks for watching
TXCoindigger: @frequencydude Thanks for watching
TXCoindigger: @TheWezid Yep I put it on backwards to better align the motor with the back
wheel. I got you on the tensioner you are right. Thanks for watching and I
approved your video attachment. Great video of your wezid. Now maybe a few
more folks will see it.
dec2mclaren: Can you bike this thing with the motor off or does the motor brake the bike.
batman16242: @pickleard222 the easiest way to fix that chain problem it just to get rid of
it just remove ur derailer screw the one in rear than just shorten ur motor
drive chain and use the wheel to tighten it and the axle bolt will hold ur
derailer and chain tight worked great on both my bikes
Scootertuner1000: You can run light off the white wire from the engine. I used regular bike
dynamo/generatir lights. The lights are on when the engine is running. I
have made several of these and all have had lights that run from the white
Able Reyes: I had a hard time with that chain staying on . I was still trying to figer
out how to fix that . When someone came to my car port and run off with it.
It was a small 1978 roadmaster moped that i had cleaned up and painted . I
was so anger i went all over looking for it. never did find it and the cops
didn't help either.
MrGamester523: little tip, you mentioned that your chain was getting stuck in the clutch
sprocket, i had the same problem, i found that if you move the master link
to the other side, as in having the locking pin face the other way. the
chain clears fine, with out problems.
shannon hartley: your sprocket is on back words shiney side goes to the inside of rime so
the off set wont let the chain fall off need to cut find so chain does knot