Tj Dukes: Spin two nuts on one stud tighten them together and put your wrench on the
bottom nut and spin the stud out then slide the clamp off of the other
side. ..poof ...its free
thra5herxb12s: Hey Fregley. You need to make a steel strap to replace the alloy one you
busted. You cant use this with only 1 engine mount.
Joe Woodward: Lol. Y n the hell did u make this video. . I hope you learn something about
motors. ..some people shouldn't have or build them...but like i said.
..hopefully u learn did you install it yourself and how how did that go lol
"This is a screw at least I guess it looks like a screw.I guess I am
suppose to screw it or something " not really sure" I guess you're even not
really sure about you being not sure I'm just busting your chops man hope
you learned something
Joe Woodward: Ooooooh sailor .u tightened it too much. You're so strongnnn. Lmaool.
Still lmaool. Lol. No no noo stop. Ok. ....ok. lmao. Lol
L l . Wow. This was actually funny and cool to watch I wish more people
would post these educational videos
Joe Woodward: Lol. Still yeah you should take off that pesky back break who needs a back
brake just keep going really fast and hit that front brake do us all a
cristovao00: It's chinese down torque it too much.. xD
bikr1975: hard rubber shims between the engine clamps and frame would help reduce the
chance of a breaking clamp. also help absorb some vibration you might
experience at higher rpm. but look at it as a learning experience. plus
youll go lots of places for 120+ mpg ;)
WASISFUN1: It took me 5mins of me wiggling it and I eventually popped it off with a
screw driver. It scratched 2 or 3 of the threads on the screw, but not
enough to damage it. Otherwise, you can bend one of the bolts to the side
so it fits.
Sam Klearman: Thank you very much! I really appreciate it. I have yet to try it, but am
sure it will work.
WASISFUN1: Yep, it is usually aftermarket, but they had a deal going and I got it all
for $150. I'll replace that hub. Thanks!
WASISFUN1: I'm sorry my voice annoyed you. I can't change that, but I am working on
changing my inexperience to expertise.
Sam Klearman: Hi. I have a similar kit, and I was just wondering how you ended getting
the mounting ring thing off of the engine (at 4:00). I have the same
problem and don't want to break it.
Life goes on: haha he was in the vid and... OMG THATS AMAZING!!!!!!
WASISFUN1: No, but I saw they had them. I bought it off of King's Motor Bikes.
WarriorCycle's: who r you besides a you tube mouth freak you punk.i wish the world was full
of people like this boy instead of low life's with no respect. if u dont
like it haul ass american mouth
Owen LaBounty: you sound like a fagot that doesn't know s**t and u sound like a gay dood
WASISFUN1: Not too far. Mine moves half or 3/4 of the way around the indicator before
it gets to full choke. I didn't cut mine and mine is mounted on the handle
bars. If you were mounting it somewhere else you might have to cut it, but
otherwise it's likely fine.
WASISFUN1: Great! I wish I could test mine. Sort of at a stand still right now. The
clutch won't disengage. I will work on that when I can.
WASISFUN1: Thats my dog, Emy. Love the idea, I'll use that sometime.
jonathon rosalia: also the worst carb and muffler ever made stupid EPA junk muffler will clog
and carb will never run right
WASISFUN1: Hello. Sorry I accidentally disliked your comment while trying to hit the
reply button. I heard that the pistons and the heads were low quality. Sort
of comes with the price though.
WASISFUN1: The chain is catching on the engine, that is the reason it is not running
now. The engine is mounted at too much of an angle.
clikzip: "right now its in unridable condition" Well no crap the rear wheel isnt
WarriorCycle's: you look like and sound like a punk. thats my thoughts i will blurt my
thoughts out when i want it doesnt matter if someone gets upset and kills
there self i dont care about anyone.rite thats you. let me guess like so
many low lifes u dont believe in god.
sneakysnakepie1: Mine keeps flooding and I too the engine apart and it needs piston rings.
WarriorCycle's: i am the best motobike builder in the freakin world so freak all u
motherfreakers except this boy.
Life goes on: ... do you have a pet bear?!?!?!
Paraglidermx: oh my godness..lmdao!!!!
Austin Reyes: Not going to lie... I stopped watching because of your inexperience and
WASISFUN1: Happy to help.
goliath idthirteen: oh dude i can help with gear depth to make the chain dead straight...trek
800 here on my 3rd engine...so many miles!
HC Kingquad: I didn't know girls where in to this stuff
andrew hamilton: did you buy this off of gasbiks.com
erik lucas: Sooo many mistakes!!
WASISFUN1: Yes lol. Where are you getting this from?
GearHeadHick429: You seem to have low mechanical expirience but I commend you for your
efforts. Most people wouldn't even try. People need to understand that the
only way to learn stuff of this nature is through expirience. Thumbs up!
Johnthfailsnail: You sound like a faget
WASISFUN1: Thanks! I am more experienced now, but I mainly work on lawnmowers and
Gabriel90ization: how long did shipping take??
y2k2004: hes retarted. i think
Life goes on: 8:16 he was there... OMG THATS AMAZING!!!!!!!!!
goliath idthirteen: again this guy is no kitty...he's just a nerd and he's probably a lot
smarter than you...delete it from here but not your mind :)
gregable12: Damn dats nice kit
goliath idthirteen: amen to gearhead hick...he's dead on....dont just asume you know it all...a
whole univers of stuff everyone can still learn
WASISFUN1: About a week. I live in Iowa and it came from California.
goliath idthirteen: not being strong doesnt make you a kitty...running your mouth to a guy you
dont know makes you a kitty
WASISFUN1: Thanks for the view, I guess.
glen john: i'd be willing to say you broke your chain as soon as it started with that
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