I have seen rucks with a 2 stroke swap and they are pretty bad ass. A minarelli 2 stroke is the best for your speed needs. You wouldn't believe the aftermarket parts for these things. I have a 1992 yamaha jog that I did a watercooled conversion. Uses a prius electric water pump and a Honda cr80 radiator and a liquid cooled head. Has over range variator and doesn't move until its spinning 11,500. Stays in the power band and is a whoot. Have slayed a cbr600 from light to light.
I guess if you just want to cruise a ruck is a good choice. But it aint fast without mixed gas. Heres the front break set up im working on. The stock drums aren't ment to slow the bike down from 80mph.
Believe it or not they have some great scooter races overseas. For some reason in America its laughed at.
Yeah, member they made a movie about it?Remember I lived in Japan for three years, I’ve seen some amazing scoots.
While there I made my XR50 a 125, and put plates on it. Would cruise at 90kmh all day, wasn’t the most comfortable thing at that speed though. Now I’m waiting to get some time ahead to build out the TB 88 race head kit and Yoshi MJN22 I have in the garage.
I heard about this. He was in that parking garage right?Yeah, member they made a movie about it?
Corprin wouldn't stop street racing so his mom had to send him to Tokyo to be reformed. Crazy twist, he just discovered a different kind of racing.
I think it was called Fast and Furious Toot Toot drift, something like that.
He's right, even about cars in general. The 0% offers usually come at the expense of a higher transaction price, even if there isn't a cash incentive offer. It's more like 0% with 2-3 points up front. Next time you car shop, ask for the best price with and without promotional financing. Last time I bought a car it was a $9k difference; so I skipped the special rate and put the extra $9k into the down payment.There weren't any cash incentives when I bought mine.
Plus I was talking about cars in general.
Without fully getting out the foil hats it does appear to be a "green" industrial complex with the maintenance required of the turbines. And the hugely expensive, likely proprietary replacement equipment.Of course, you don't think we spent 150 billion from 2008 to 2015 on green energy without someone getting rich.