80cc motorized bicycle with performance parts....
Bike has a 80cc motor with the high compression slant head,CNS carburetor
with thumb choke,MSD 8.5 spark plug wire and boot,b6hs spark plug, 36 tooth
sprocket. It goes about 58 mph flat road and 37 mph up hill. And has a
custom candy blue paint job.
MOTORIZED BIKE BICYCLE 80CC FAST CUSTOM
tops out around 50 mph but after about 35-40 it takes some time to get
this is my motorized bicycle we build a couple winters ago when we had no
other projects. it's too fast for it's own good and has almost no brakes. i
think it's also mostly held together with electrical tape...
Motoped DX walk around/engine start
Walk around, engine start and closeup of Motoped. Added a Trail Tech Vapor
computer and replaced a few part's since the build video. Now use a Mikuni
VM26-606 carburetor with Uni Foam Filter and swapped the Stator/CDI/Coil.
The full playlist of all my Motoped videos is here -
50 MPH 8000W AWD Electric Offroad Mountain Bike First Drive
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Dual motor e-bike reaching very fast speed of 47-48 mph in minimal space.
Bicycle as seen is running at 5600W with 2WD. This bike does come with the
option of running at 8000W or 5600W. We chose 5600W because we felt 8000W
is not needed and just spins the tires needlessly and also puts added
stress on components. The pull is quite amazing on this thing. This
particular video is the first impressions of our first ride. The space we
ran it is just slightly downhill but also around a bend so there is less
than 350 feet to really get on the throttle. Later testing on flat ground
yielded 50 MPH on GPS and Radar! Total system weight ready to ride is only
65 lbs! (29.5 kg!)
8000w kit reaching fast speeds with amazing hill climbing
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Test ride of my Roadster 80cc Motorized Bicycle Summer 2010
I call this bike "Roadster" primarily because its a great bike for the
"road", any other terrain than nice hot pavement and you face disaster with
it. Its slick 1.25 inch tires and 27" wheels give it a slamming top speed
while maintaining low rolling resistance on the road. Brakes are decent,
and the engine quite powerful. As you can probably tell, I repainted the
bike, but it wasn't much of a great job, but Its looks represents my style
"industrial". Its a bike that has been very reliable, and great for just
cruising around. I cant really complain about it. It was substantially much
cheaper than any bike I have built. This is my idea of a decent "Roadster".
= ) Hope you enjoy.