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NGK B5HS and B6HS spark plugs
For those of you who want spark plugs, Sick Bike Parts has NGK B5HS and B6HS spark plugs for $3.95.
Watch our other accessory line grow. We have a sintered bronze fuel filter that will appear on our website next week. We have also selected a nice solid fuel valve to test that won't break the bank or in your tank.
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We got a bulk buy so we dropped the price down to $3.29.
07-31-2008 #3JemmaUK Guest
Kits selling at an even clip now. I was expecting more reviews to be posted. It seems people are enjoying them. Some folks are waiting to install. One large fellow and his larger son took the bikes up mountain trails. Some so steep they had to get off the bikes (this with the stock 10 tooth gear). Nothing broke, and these kits were installed by the 14 year old son, who took some shortcuts (such as leaving the right plate washers out (big boo-boo), not using loctite on the set screws, not filing flats, using the masterlink, etc)
The big rush has died down so we can concentrate on the future a bit. Next up will be accessory 9 and 11 tooth gears for mountain climbing or speeding, and soon followed by a tuned pipe kit. We are getting decent orders on the accessory parts, but I figured more people would order "stuff" bundled with their kits since it adds nothing to the shipping. We rearranged our web pages a tad to help a bit. Longer term is the four stroke kit.
07-31-2008 #5JemmaUK Guest
Glad you are getting orders and such - I think people would probably be busy riding - I know I would be. The only things that are stopping me with a HT kit etc is the engine that comes with them - I dont have the cash to rebuild 40% of it. The sign of a good product is that someone can install them and make mistakes or not follow instructions completely - and they'll still work and function - looks like, as my grandfather would say, "the boys done good" lol
The fourstroke being for the Hondas and clones I assume? If I was going for a frame mount kit at the moment I would probably choose one of those - and a shifter kit for that would be great glad things are going well
07-31-2008 #6TWalker Guest
I got my shifter kit just when our governer declared our county a disaster area and my house was flooded. Its literally making me crazy I couldn't install it and review it. Its been a long week and I actually got my cranks/bottom bracket done one night.
I will review the shipping,packing and parts quality and overall look of it. It is really excellent...A+
I'm mating mine to an older low mileage, well balanced "70cc" chingen back when I believe chingens had some quality control. I believe it will rock.
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