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PostPosted: Nov 22nd, '13, 15:17 
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Raptor 660... big bore kit to 700.. Neck snappin fast!!


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have you instructions , on how to make solar heater please I take that the valve regulates water temperature :?: what if system gets to hot :?: looks good .


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I tend to think of it not so much as a toy, but more a tool, it's a vehicle that dodges congestion, gets you fit, you get the best parking spots at the shopping centre, and pollution is close to nil.

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Over 30kms range in a charge, so far I've done about 150kms in the last 2 weeks, that's 150kms I would have driven in the car normally. Man I don't know why more people aren't doing it, bloody brilliant.. I have a couple of solar panels here, I'd like to hook it up so that I have a spare battery, one battery is charging during the day while using the other one, then just swap them over each day. Transport with no ongoing cost apart from maintenance. :headbang:



Unless you are recharging the battery to use for your AP system I fail to see how does it keep you fit?
Reminds me of the ELECTRIC WHEEL CHAIR!

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You've obviously never ridden one... :dontknow:

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You are right, and never will!
I've been a road cyclist for 32 years and had all sort of bikes but an electric!

Do you have an electric shaver, electric thoot brush and even electric microvawe oven?

Probably you have them all!

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You just love pushing people dont you, Bioaqua. Do you enjoy it or something? You must be a sad, sad person inside and I feel very sorry for you.

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Man, awfully judgemental. Sorry I don't live up to your standards BF.... :dontknow:

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bioaquafarm wrote:

Do you have an electric shaver, electric thoot brush and even electric microvawe oven?


You're right. The hand crank microwave ovens are soo much more artisanal.

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PostPosted: Nov 24th, '13, 01:19 
You can get electric shavers... and electric thoot brushes... :shock:

And what's a "microwave oven".. is that like fanning the camp fire with little waves... or something... :mrgreen:


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Great toys this is mine
3 wheels the old 2 wheeler kept falling over after a few sherbets :oops:
this is kind of modified instead of the legal 250 watt motor it has a 500 watt motor :think:
Had it for 5 years done heaps of kms still the same battery set


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Finished it a few months ago thought I would post a pick.

New seat cover
Powder coat frame forks and hubs
New tire tubes
New mud guards
Re-chrome handle bars
New cables
Hone cylinder 0.25mm
0.25mm over sized rings
New induction valve
New gaskets
New spark plug

Put it back together, set tappet clearance, fuel & oil started third kick :headbang:

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Still need to pull the dents and paint the fuel tank but I will do that in a few years after it stops being ridden.

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That is sweet Simo, I have been looking for a Monkey to do up to take camping, great little fun bikes, our neighbor where I grew up had a licenced one.

Here is my latest toy, just finished rebuilding last week. Expanded the garden with it today, strong as an ox, needs to have the carby adjusted though so will be fiddling with that shortly.

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holding Rupe...it looks like the whole unit flips? I don't see any returns on the bottom. i like the size of tubes...less likely to clog. For me to retrofit my pool one, i would need to filter it prior to going to heater, as the small micro tubing would clog quickly if coming directly from sump. Look good.


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