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    these are pretty cool! So are they basically the same as the Zuma but with the 100cc? Might be an alternative if the Ruckus still never comes here, but im sure by then i'll just get a normal bike

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    i rode a ruckus in texas, pretty awesome
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    Updates-i got some new bits
    Malossi Variator
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    And just waiting on a malossi sports clutch

    Will have some better pics up soon!
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    does it do skids?

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    in the rain yeah

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    my mate has a 50 bored out to 80cc
    it has heaps of torque down low but doesnt like to revv
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    Quote Originally Posted by daily_driven_death_sled View Post
    my mate has a 50 bored out to 80cc
    it has heaps of torque down low but doesnt like to revv
    did he rematch the opening times of the ports?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-Q View Post
    did he rematch the opening times of the ports?
    And the pipe, the pipe may be tuned for lower rpm.

    Mine is 70cc, was 50cc. Bigger ports, better pipe, threw the cylinder in the lathe and decked it to tighten the squish (was over 40 thou squish clearance, now 22 thou). Stock carby was 12mm, that's gone in favour of a 19mm job. Advanced the ignition just a touch to beef up the bottom end.

    Does 115km/h (and boogies getting there) by the gps on a flat grade without slip streaming, did 70km/h stock.

    Next step will be porting of the cylinder and port matching the casings.

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    what I mean is that if cylinder is bored on a 2 stroke the angle at which the ports open change, so by rights they should be corrected with a degree wheel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-Q View Post
    what I mean is that if cylinder is bored on a 2 stroke the angle at which the ports open change, so by rights they should be corrected with a degree wheel
    You mean because the ports are not of a uniformed cross section I assume.

    Can also bore them on an angle (very slight) which has a crank offsetting effect...... or shift the cylinder fore/aft.
    These also have an effect on port timing.

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