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Post by swiftyhernandez on Fri Nov 29 2013, 20:47

Hello all,
I am interested in most all two-strokes, these Chinese engines are included on my long list; I have a history of racing two-stroke motorcycles.
I ported and installed the top-end on one engine, so far; it was for my brother.
I don't have one now, but hopefully soon, I will have money enough to buy.







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Post by BatRastard on Thu Dec 12 2013, 11:59

I'm having a great time with my Grubee. I love to tinker, and these little engines seem to need endless improvements. I've made a front mount, lengthened the exhaust pipe, opened up the transfer ports, straightened the crank and installed better bearings, and I'm currently building a new JAG type ignition box. The bike and this forum has been a GREAT learning experience.

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Post by elgallo on Fri Dec 20 2013, 22:54

Welcome.
I too enjoy the two stroke China girl motors.
Maybe when you get building we can compare notes.
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Post by swiftyhernandez on Mon Mar 17 2014, 06:24



Thanks guys, I'll be in-touch.
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Post by Fabian on Thu Apr 03 2014, 00:57

You should consider getting a CR Machine Manufacturing billet cylinder head for your bikes as well as the Rock Solid Engines reed valve intake and Walbro style diaphragm as well as the SickBikeParts shift kit.

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Post by swiftyhernandez on Mon Apr 07 2014, 04:58

Yes, I want the performance parts you've indicated plus some.
Thanks for your input! Smile
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Post by Fabian on Mon Apr 07 2014, 06:18

In part they are performance parts but of greater importance is the concept that they improve reliability of the engine and the carburation system.

At the end of the day (and when you are a long way from home) you care much less about performance and more about the comfort that the engine will keep running; getting you home without a breakdown.

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