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    Yo fellas,

    Like any car build thread heres my Beewee thread over the next couple of months ill be moding it for better performance/wheelies and other dumb shit.

    I know that they are useless and go nowhere and many say its a waste, but i own a 2008 GSXR 750 and its so much easier to zip around the area on this beast!

    Kms- 700kms

    Engine- Stock 100cc

    Mods- Adjustable upgraded RDR Shock
    Carbon Fibre look kick start
    Rear Fender cut down
    Malossi Variator
    Carbon fibre front fender
    Carbon fibre airscoop
    Gianelli Exhaust
    Sports Mirrors
    And just waiting on a malossi sports clutch

    Heres what it looked like when i got it to now..



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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMoRgi8Ip2I

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cgDdQ-RO_8

    Heres a vid of my mate doing a wheelie..

    Ill have some good videos and pics up soon!
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    ridden these a wee bit can put yz 80 bore and piston in them and sutff make em hammer.
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    Yeah but these are 100cc so id say by going 80cc your downgrading, they have a 135cc head and piston thats the upgrade..

    Id say they do that with the 50cc maybe?

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    not too sure, depends on the piston and stuff, could very well have an 80cc bore and a shorter piston to have 120cc.
    Havnt looked into it a great deal,
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    Daihatsu mira yeeehooo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAMO46 View Post
    Yeah but these are 100cc so id say by going 80cc your downgrading, they have a 135cc head and piston thats the upgrade..

    Id say they do that with the 50cc maybe?
    Yz80 makes around 18hp. The later model yz85 makes over 20hp You'll never ever see power like that out of a beewee air cooled 100cc or even the same motor in 125cc without huge mods to the cases/porting. Air cooled Yamaha S motors for go karts make 18hp but that's at something like 16,000rpm. The beewee bottom end would last to the end of the street at that sort of revs.

    The capacity means fuck all. There are 77cc aerox's (water cooled) making 24hp. The state of tune is what matters.

    I have a an aerox 50 with 70cc kit (cast iron, 2 ring kit so not the high performance end of the spectrum) and a stock beewee (or even a mildly hotted one) wouldn't see which way i went. Let me tell you, passing cars at 115km/h on the freeway makes them look twice. It's fast enough for what i want, i have bigger bikes for longer range work. Around the city it kicks arse.

    The 125 malossi kit for the beewee seems to push the top speed to around 105-110 km/h. Being air cooled restricts them a lot.

    If you could convert one to water cooled 80 or 85cc dirt bike bore/piston that would be the best mod ever.
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    i ride a 07 cr250 which is pretty grunty for a 2 banger and lifts the wheel all the way through the revs,
    and i still get surprised every time i hop an a cr/yz 85
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    AHAHA those wheels are sick!
    Where th3 46 stickers on the beewee?
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    af300e your tottaly right. Its like the water cooled vs the aircooled pocket bike engines, one is a primitive thing based off a garden tool motor and the other is a multiport sleeved screamer

    I love 2 strokes
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