Carb isn't original.
I love big bikes. Have the hill topper, 2 super bronc, and I had a herters and a sears big wheel. Sold those though.
I daily ride or try to daily ride a megamoto 212 pro and a coleman ct200u. Those cheap China bikes have impressed me. They will take a beating.
Added something new today.
I had a spare ruxing carb from a predator. Put the .038 jet in and threw it on the clone. Holy crap it made a difference. It'll now loft the front end with ease from just rolling on the throttle.
Also afterwards I put the 9/60 gearing on it and the yellow spring...
Yours looks pretty good. I have way too many hours invested into this bike. It's been ridden once since it was completed. Ran up and down the road a few times then the gas was drained and it was put in the shed with the rest of the show pieces..on the far left you can see the front tire of...
Hill topper was built more as an adult use minibike. The rupps of this style were for kids.
I used to ride my black widow all the time. It was always super comfortable.
Love the Hill toppers...here is mine
I'm jealous! I've wanted to race karts again since our local track shut down a decade ago.
My part of the stimulus check went to my bike projects. Not sure what my wife did with hers. The 3 kids spent theirs on a 5 day Disney trip.
That may not be a coleman but I believe the same thing would work.
Or maybe a wheel from a megamoto 212 would work? Factory hydraulic brakes and they work fantastic. It's a 19x7x8 tire so the rim should be the same. First time I've ever had good brakes on a minibike
Or is because the mail system is a dinosaur? My parents still mail in all their bills. Once that generation of mail users is gone how many people are going to be using it?
All my bill statements are emailed. I check my mail box once a week. It's all junk and it goes directly in the trash...
Throttle opens fully. Going to drop to a 8 or 9 tooth in the front and see if that helps out. Might just be the weight issue.
According to what I found on the internet it's 40lbs heavier. Doesn't seem like a lot. But when we are talking in such small hp per lb could make the difference...