Yea we are in full hermit mode. We have had so many cottagers, some idiots who have just got off planes, coming to hide out or quarantine (after they have left a 3 hour drives worth of infection behind) that you would need a full hazmat suite to go into town. The grocers in town are controlling flow through the stores and "what you touch you own" is enforced.Already have told him to search, the bike was awesome fun, it was one of those rides that just makes you want to go even faster. The 360cc had only 4 gears so they could make the gears wider, you only needed 4 anyway
& it is ear splitting loud. Lots of projects on the go right now, all I need to do is stay healthy.
I had a Yamaha 400 like that, at worst it did 9mpg as near as I could measure (probably within 10% )With this thing, if I didn't have both fuel taps open I could starve it for fuel pressure and flow rate under hard operation. Both taps had to be open to at least the run position and once fuel became low in the tank I needed to have both taps on reserve position.
... it had 2 neat little rubber fuel valves with a ball inside it instead of a valve and lever, the ball had 3 positions, closed open and open to the lowest part of the tank. Once the rubber rots you have to watch you don't push a finger nail right through it.
Bike ate fuel so fast it almost needed a fuel pump.