My custom baja build

Mini Bike & Go-Kart Parts

#26
Well since i failed to get a project done in time for Rick Chatten , i thought i would go back to working on this bike , i changed my mine on going with the fat front tire and wide forks , guess im going to finish this one in a 60's style chopper , i know this summer has changed my way of thinking , 1 project until its done , no matter what , then move on to the next project , trying to do too many projects at once is wearing me out baja chopper.jpg
 

Harquebus

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#28
What mods beside the carb, intake and header was done to the engine? The aftermarket carb already has a semi bell-shaped opening but one of those chrome "trumpet" velocity stacks would look good on it.

Welp, looks like you went back to a stock Predator for the most part... o_O
I'm kinda confused now.
 
#29
What mods beside the carb, intake and header was done to the engine? The aftermarket carb already has a semi bell-shaped opening but one of those chrome "trumpet" velocity stacks would look good on it.

Welp, looks like you went back to a stock Predator for the most part... o_O
I'm kinda confused now.
When the bike was all done i didnt have a throttle cable to run the 22mm carb so i put the stock carb back on it and took the bike up to the Redwood NY mini bike fest just so i could ride it around , one of the guys coming from Detroit brought me a cable and we had planed on changing it all at the event , but since it ran about 45 mph bone stock i never changed the carb and the bike got sold at the event so i will have to wait until i build another one , and there were no mods done to the motor , those carbs and that style pipe on stock motor will run pretty good like that but with some mods it could be a killer motor
 

Harquebus

Active Member
#30
Aw bummer. I bet you got a good price for it though; it doesn't even look like a Warrior anymore.

Is that a genuine Comet Torq-A-Verter on it?
 
#33
@jimkemp Ive been working on my Baja for a long time and want to go with a foot brake for the rear. Can you send me a close up picture so I can get some idea on where to start?
that picture about is about the best i have but i will look for another one , its not hard to do , you just need a pedal to pivot and i used a rod going back to the break , but you could use a cable if you find that easier
 

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