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Old 13th May 2013
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I know some will say its not relative but...

Ever kick start a little 2 stroke 80cc engine.
The compression is low and kicker resistance is very minimal.
I used to be able to start mine w/ my hand when I was 11.
I'm sure some of you guys have done the same.
I don't think a longer kicker arm on a 2 stroke 80cc engine like in this scenario would allow you to spin the engine faster do you?

I think there is a terminal length for our purposes depending on the requirements.
Too short, you can't generate enough force or speed.
Too long and force is easily applied but speed is lost.

Oh by the way, project is looking great Monte.
Not relative?? How can it not be relative? Your 80 has 6.6% of the displacement, it's 6.6% relative- but probably not much more than that.

Apples and oranges anyone?

Congrats Monte ! A 4 5/8 is my favorite motor for a lot of reasons.

You're gonna have a fun summer. It's a shame the blvd. isn't full of Z-1's anymore.

Feeling a little motivation for the 86" yet?
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That's funny, one of the first things I remember about my stroker in 1976, was looking for Z-1's and other "street rockets" of the day.
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No Z-1s, I'm just Happy to Experience This after all these Years..74 cubes with 400 lbs is a Happy Place at the time, It all becomes clear, It's like a Long Ass Lever moving the Same Rock.. Thanks Everyone.. I will follow up
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exciting to hear about your first voyage,M3. after it's broken in,you're going to love it when the front wheel lift's a,foot off the ground when you nail second gear.
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now don,t that feel good! I think you might be gearing up before to long?good job bro.
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Monte, Welcome to the wonderful world of strokers!
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Monte, Welcome to the wonderful world of strokers!
Thanks, looking to get the bike Road Ready for a Real Local Ride by this Saturday, If you are free give me a call...
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Too bad that W is on the license plate.

Too Great!

Busy Saturday, but maybe Friday for a ride.
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Jersey, right? Little too far for a weekend putt... one of these days. That is a sexy beast!
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Jersey, right? Little too far for a weekend putt... one of these days. That is a sexy beast!
i just pleasured myself to pics of your bike
took all of about 60 seconds
all kidding aside sweet scooter m3 sure it was well worth the wait
reminds me of someones signature here [name is slipping my mind ]goes something like" when your on top of something you built your on top of the world"
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