yepCongrats...Does it have a title for street use?
yepDid you buy it in northern CA?
Yeah, I used a bristle from a wire brush to clear out the main and pilot then I blew it out with 140psiAre you 100% sure you got the pilot jet completely clean?
Thanks! hopefully i can get it running better temporarily until the new carb comes inI live in Pleasanton, if you are near by you can bring it over and I'll help you get it running.
It's got ten inch wheels and stock gearing. I've had it up to 55mph! I paid $700 for it.What's the sprocket setup on it?
This bike has 10" tires right?
Can you let us know the top speed you are getting on it?
What ya pay for it?
I know what a PIA this is. My solution is to replace the fuel hoses and get another 3 plus inches of hose. You take the back gas tank bolt out of the tank and swing it off to the side. You can always rest the tank on something or have someone hold it while you work on the carb.The tank has to be off in order to get to the carb so adjusting the air fuel screw while running the engine is nearly impossible. I think I need to make some kind of remote fuel tank system.
I got a similar pipe and while the muffler looks big, be aware the actual ID of the pipe is pretty small on mine. Im going to gut the can and make my own baffle pipe.I got this exhaust on ebay
Honda Monkey Bike Exhaust System Silencer Muffler 50cc 90cc 110cc 125cc 140cc | eBay
No idea and I dont intend on finding out. the most Ill ever need to hold it WFO will be a quarter mile or so.can the 140 maintain 8000 rpms for a couple hours? I'm sure its not good for the skyteam 125, but sunday I had it pegged for over over an hour at 7500 rpm and it was vibrating real bad. I'm thinking my lifan 150 would puke the con rod or pin after 30 minutes at 7500rpm