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79cc Predator, bike, motorized bicycle, motorized bike, Predator -

Powered by a 79cc Predator with a jackshaft sending power to a custom rear sprocket make this a solid running bike.  The front suspension fork coupled with a spring seat and baskets provide the necessities for the perfect grocery getter.  Don't let the $6/gal gas prices drain your cash.  These 79cc Predators can easily get 80 mpg!

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49cc, mini bike -

Henry Danis took his time to make this a clean build with polished parts.  He's using our high flow air filter kit, .457 big bore carb and throttle linkage kit.  The transmission is a 4:1 Grubee belt drive unit.  Can't wait to see how this setup works in the mini bike.

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79cc, 79cc Predator, motorized bicycle, motorized bike -

We love bikes like this.  At first glance you see a clean motorized bike.  After spending some time looking it over you see all the detail that went into this build.  The builder is Michael Griffin in Denver and he rides this bike at 5000+ elevation.  In an effort to help others at elevation, Michael said the stock engine with the stock main jet was rich.  Once he added the high flow air filter and free flowing exhaust, the stock main jet worked great.  Thanks for sharing this info Michael and for sharing your beautiful build with us!

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212cc Predator, motorcycle, motorized, motorized bicycle, motorized bike -

Jonathan from Revolving Garage built a very cool budget minded motorized bike with a 212cc Predator engine.  He was able to put the bike together very quickly and enter a race put on by SoCal Motor Bicycle Racing.  This is a limited edition Foose Beach Cruiser.  Jonathan used light weight, 3 spoke rims with a large brake rotor on the front and a pit bike brake caliper.  The very cool handlebars provide a low riding position.  The 212 has been modified by Jonathan with the parts allowed for the spec class.  The bike uses a jackshaft for gear reduction and it...

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barstool -

This is a fantastic barstool build David put together using a built AGK engine.  The header location looks spot on.  Like with any custom car build, he nailed the stance of his barstool giving it that killer look.  Love his very unique steering shaft support.  We bet this is really fun to ride and quite a handful as well.

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