My 01 CPI MZ

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Postby zombie » Fri Apr 13, 2012 11:56 pm

I am GREEN with envy. I love the way your brain works.
I guess I'm gonna have to get with the program here, and research jugs till I can't see straight. I never thought of an old school adapter plate.
Speed aint easy...
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Postby Areomyst » Sat Apr 14, 2012 6:38 am

That really is amazing work. To see the block milled down that far is so cool! 190mech, this must have taken considerable time and planning to make it all come together like this. Way to go!

Happy tuning 2stroked. :) You have a truely one of a kind bike, that's for sure. Furthermore, it's really neat to see that pop up in the USA! So many of the crazy one-off builds are in Europe. ;)

Keep us informed. :)

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Postby 2strokd » Sun Apr 15, 2012 4:56 pm

Still has MUCH more in it.. Sorry bout the bad camera angle at first.
Have some tuning to do still but here is form todays testing.

Lol, just for fun against a stock 150 four :twisted:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kntwHhBLRTU
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Postby 190mech » Sun Apr 15, 2012 7:14 pm

Thanks Guys!It took months of hard work and many failures,wait till y'all see the next version!!

Ol' Skeedr is getting mean in his old age Robert!!

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Postby zombie » Sun Apr 15, 2012 7:40 pm

Amazing! Have you run times on it yet?
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Postby 2strokd » Sun Apr 15, 2012 10:13 pm

Lol, yeah John... Mean and nasty ole Skeedr :evil:
See what you doing to my scooter :lol: You da man man!


zombie. No real ET,s until May. First real timed run will be at Twist and Gone May 12th. Then i will run it again the fallowing day for the first round of the NASRA bracket series.
Feels quicker than my 103cc so we are gettin places :wink:
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Postby zombie » Sun Apr 15, 2012 11:41 pm

I really LOVE the fact it is a home brewed one of a kind. That should be the crux of all these builds. UNIQUENESS. There are alot of bad ass scoots that all have the same parts. I do prefer one that is alone in its class.
If something doesn't fit I cut it. If it wont turn I make it round. 190 is at the next level. You are a lucky guy 2stroked. RESPECT
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Postby 2strokd » Mon Apr 16, 2012 8:01 am

Yes i am. Thank you zombie.

190mech has always been a step ahead of the game. I remember years ago, he asked for a well known pipes specs? He got the names and brands to go with in return. He wanted to build his own... Did that! Made some wicked good pipes since. In a "Peaceful" kinda way :) The rest is history.

Yes, a truly inspiring man. Ide drive him nuts fallowing him around the shop soaking it all in if i could 8)
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Postby zombie » Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:53 pm

Video his every move. It is GREAT to have a full dressed shop. I have to beg time from one of my customers shops. It is hard to work all day, and go to someone else's shop to work on your own projects. I just don't have the time I need to complete projects.
One day tho... I keep looking for shop closures, and auctions to find some proper equipment. I missed out on an industrial band saw last month cause all my cash was tied up in customers parts/materials. I've started taking deposits to cover this now.
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Postby 2strokd » Sat May 05, 2012 7:03 am

Wrapped the header 8) . Thanks for the wrap Enviromoto :wink:

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Postby zombie » Sat May 05, 2012 5:47 pm

The header wrap is something I have often wondered about. That will increase/retain heat allowing for a Higher power band. Is that correct? If so Approx how much of a difference? Is there a formula to get a specified result?
The reason I ask is I have an old pipe that hits at 7,500, and thought wrapping it would bring it up closer to 8k but never was sure, and didn't want to waste 40 bucks for looks. Even tho the look alone is worth it. Kinda bad ass looking.
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Postby waxhead » Sat May 05, 2012 7:00 pm

Yes any time you add heat in the exhaust pipe it will move the power band higher. On the other side of the coin as you cool the pipe it will lower the power band. In jetskis we water inject the pipe to cool it down for low down then stop the water up top to make it rev on. When it gets to the top we add water to the stinger to make it pull on harder again.

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Postby 2strokd » Sat May 05, 2012 8:29 pm

Great info wax, thanks :wink:
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Postby zombie » Sun May 06, 2012 2:26 am

I ran a dual jacketed pipe that acted the same but it was a gravity deal. When you launched it forced the water to the back end, and the header would dry, and heat, Let off, and the water flowed forward to coll the header for cruise.
It was only on the bottom 1/2 of the pipe for the full length leading back into the stinger to exhaust. I never really knew the purpose till today. Cool, (or hot)
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Postby 2strokd » Tue May 15, 2012 10:17 pm

Do to weaknesses found in the 49cc China cases we have decided it safest to retire this 125cc project and move onto the next.
I will be running my A/C 103cc Minarelli i ran last season until then.

Im shooting for 9,s next pass :wink:
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