Go-Ped Riot 46 Gas Pit Bike Scooter
The Go-Ped Riot 46 picks up where the Go-Ped Riot 29 leaves off. The Riot
46 sports an upgrade to the power plant and tires. You'll get a 4.5 HP
GP460RS gas powered engine pushing this bad boy to a top speed of 30 mph.
4" x 11" Carlisle "Badlands" knobby pneumatic tires are standard. The Riot
46 meets the demand from pit bike riders for a high powered, premium
quality, super compact, lightweight, low cost off-road bike. Using the
patented Trail Ripper adjustable suspension system in the front and rear,
it offers riders great off-road capabilities with 6" of travel on each end.
The GoPed Riot 46 weighs in at only 48 lbs. It's designed for maximum fun
in a hassle free package that can be carried just about anywhere. The
gel-filled seat is adjustable to fit your needs, and also detaches for easy
* Video footage used with permission from GoPed / Patmont Motor Werks.
For more information, click the link at the top of the page.
Kawasaki Cylinder Honing
John @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine describes how he machines a
single-cylinder Kawasaki industrial engine on the Sunnen CV-616 hone.
www.engine-machining.com (949) 631-6376
DHZ 140cc lifan motor tech
I put an inner rotor kit in the mini, check out what kind of performance
upgrades you should expect from this mod...
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 -
Production of the G&G GP exhaust for the Yamaha R6
Have you ever wondered, how your G&G GP Exhaust is produced? This video shows a couple
of the steps in the process of creating your Exhaust. All our Exhausts are hand-made in Italy, according to
high standards. Of course, we are always ready to answer all your
We receive a lot of comments about the fact that no welding gloves are
used. Our main goal was to show the process as well as we could, and the
decision was made not to use gloves for once. Rest assured that our welders
normally use protective gear. We thank you for your concern for our
Check www.gegshop.nl for our different GP Exhausts.
"How To" Adjust the valves on a 125cc Kikker Hardknock by California Hardknock Tech Center
"How To" Adjust the valves on your 125cc Kikker Hardknock with Hi-Bird
For the intake valve I used a .003 feeler gauge for the Exhaust I used .004. You can set the valves at
different clearance than I did to suit your taste and conditions, the video
is just a reference on how to do it. Keep an eye out for more Tech Center
Videos from California Hardknock!
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videos you would like to see.
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