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80cc 2-Stroke Bicycle Gas Engine Kit for $87.69 w/ free shipping

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Yallstore via eBay offers the 80cc 2-Stroke Bicycle Gas Engine Kit [ebay.com] for $87.69 with free shipping. It fits most 26" or 28" bikes with V-frames and includes an engine, necessary parts, and hardware.

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Build your own 2 cycle motorcycle!

I could see a problem mounting on different bikes, location of throttle and cable, and where does the exhaust go??

I'd love to see a video.

Oh shit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AX9LW1snai4

One year follow up video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDo3gwiVDqI

50cc is less.
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would be a fun project but i have to many projects and not enough time ......
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Been this price for weeks if you look at purchase history...
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The question is, can I mount this in the Power Wheel my daughter got for xmas...
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Be careful, many states limit the engine displacement to 50cc before it needs to be licensed. After my experience looking at trying to make a pocket rocket street legal for a 4'10" adult, depending on your local laws a bicycle might have major problems meeting any vehicle/licensure safety requirements (brakes, etc.) for the "over 50cc but not quite a motorcycle" category.
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Be careful, many states limit the engine displacement to 50cc before it needs to be licensed. After my experience looking at trying to make a pocket rocket street legal for a 4'10" adult, depending on your local laws a bicycle might have major problems meeting any vehicle/licensure safety requirements (brakes, etc.) for the "over 50cc but not quite a motorcycle" category.
4'10" adult? I thought all the Munchkins from Wizard of Oz passed away! (RIP)
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4'10" adult? I thought all the Munchkins from Wizard of Oz passed away! (RIP)
Nope, Turner's Syndrome. A part or one entire X-chromosone is missing. Happens to 1 in 6 embryos, but since it's fairly lethal you only see it in 1 in 2000 female births - since males don't have a duplicate, it's always lethal in the first trimester. It's associated with high levels of flexibility, normal though often more early adolescent proportions and infertility, and just all kinds of heart abnormalities.

You know those smallish slender college cheer leaders you see at the top of the pyramids, or some of the petite gymnasts - not all of them, but a surprisingly large number have some variation of Turners (one of which they couldn't even really test for - 46, x,x abnormal - until the last couple of decades). I was going to give you a Wikipedia link, but I'm going to have to suggest some edits to the page. Much of the info on the web is for the most extreme but easiest to diagnose cases where one X chromosome is missing (45, x , o) but when it's only part of the short arm of the second X-chromosone missing the symptons are often much more subtle.
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