High Performance Parts: What’s Best for Your Engine?

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Performance parts: they make your motorized bike run smoother and faster. Who doesn’t love the roar of a long shot muffler, or the speed you get from a CNS carburetor? The only draw back to upgrading your engine is that like all motors with performance parts, the more parts you want the more parts you … Read more

Friction Drive vs. Standard Drive: What Works Best For You?

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We often hear people ask, “What’s the difference between a regular bike engine kit and a friction drive engine? And how will I know what’s going to work for me?” To answer that question there are a few things to consider: the mounting, sizing, and running of these engines. Through building and running each style, here’s what we’ve … Read more

Friction Drive Engines: The Easiest Motors You’ll Ride

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Friction drive bicycle engine kits are the easiest engine kits to run and install. Unlike standard “dry clutch” bike engines that mount in the center of your bike and into the wheel, “friction drive” engines simply mount over your rear tire and start as soon as you pull the pull-start rope. People choose friction drive … Read more

CNS Carburetors: What You Should Know Before You Ride

CNS Carburetor Tuning Guide For 2-Stroke Gas Bikes

Who doesn’t love flying down the road on a motorized bike- the wind in your hair, the rush of adrenaline as your pull on the throttle… Nothing gets your there better than using a CNS High Performance Carburetor! However, those carburetors are set up differently than any other bike engine kit carburetor on the market. … Read more

You Don’t Want to Build a Motorized Chopper Bike… Until Now

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Chopper bikes a quite a sight to behold! Stretched frames, big tires, big bars- nothing looks more fierce than a motorized chopper. But building one is not as simple as putting an engine kit on a standard cruiser. Although there are many similarities, there are some considerations you will want to keep in mind when motorizing chopper bike.

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3 Signs to Breaking In Your Engine The Right Way

Bike engine kits require frequent maintenance. It is important to assure engine kits are continually being serviced and looked after properly. No other part of the engine’s life is more important than its break-in. Engines have a long and successful life when broken in correctly.

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Troubleshooting Your Motor: Why Won’t My Motor Start? pt. 2

Troubleshooting Your Motor: I’m Not Getting a Spark! If pedaling your bike works then your clutch should be in good condition. But why can’t you still get your motor started? It more than likely has to do with your electrical components: your CDI and your Magneto. In order for your motor to start it needs … Read more