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    stuck some parts i got from kerosene on the frame. its still in my junk shed with the mower right now. The rear fender is hideous and I am not guilty of that.


    note thats a plain old china pitbike motor the frame is propped on. the S90 engine is in the background.
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    you got the small bits ok too?

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    you got the small bits ok too?

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    yup they are stowed in the house. thanks again!
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    My collar may be a little frayed, and maybe I need a shoeshine. But nobody\'s got a mortgage on my soul. I own it. Free and clear. -Phil Lovecraft

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    yup they are stowed in the house. thanks again!
    Bike:
    Buell X1
    Honda S90 (box of parts)
    Honda CB750C (runs)
    The Others (mostly rolling wounded)

    My collar may be a little frayed, and maybe I need a shoeshine. But nobody\'s got a mortgage on my soul. I own it. Free and clear. -Phil Lovecraft

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    recently picked up a rather trashed atc110 to add to the parts pile. I think with all this talk about the "kick start life" i have seen I am gonna keep the rope starter side case and be in the rope start life. atleast it wont interfere with rearsets
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    My collar may be a little frayed, and maybe I need a shoeshine. But nobody\'s got a mortgage on my soul. I own it. Free and clear. -Phil Lovecraft

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    that is actually a good point (rearsets). And a hopped up rope start bike could be fun..
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    I honestly had considered keeping the semiauto clutch too. Some of the larger atc motors have a forward kick setup. Might be a problem solver on a tiny bike with rearsets.
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    I have been looking at the local scrap metal place which has a plethora of chinese pitbikes and dirtbikes. I have seen a few with inverted forks set up for a non leading axle and a disc. Some online research shows that these are the same length as stock S90 forks (+- half an inch or so at about 25 inches) and fit a standardish honda small bike neck. So I am considering grabbing a set for the S90. Axle diameter is 15mm. I am having trouble finding a wheel thats 18" (stock S90) and a disc brake. I think a KZ400 (1.60x18 rim) unit will work with a less massive front rotor. Maybe a CG200 dual sport front rotor and caliper. Right now I have xl80 forks and a stock s90 drum front setup for it. But those are pitted up a bit.
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    Honda S90 (box of parts)
    Honda CB750C (runs)
    The Others (mostly rolling wounded)

    My collar may be a little frayed, and maybe I need a shoeshine. But nobody\'s got a mortgage on my soul. I own it. Free and clear. -Phil Lovecraft

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    17" yz/kx/cr 85 front wheel... Nice disc brake too.

    but yeah they are 17 not 18
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