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How many inches are the rims, and what the numbers on the side of the tires??
Were you trying to ask me the number on the rims and stuff?
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Yes, a photo would be a lot better, there are many pocket bikes and engines and transmissions, and rims sizes & tires.

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What kind of pocket bike is this.......i got it in a pile of stuff i bought at a auction?????
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It is a Cateye, go online on the .com to pocketbikeparts or scooterparts4less and click on the pocket bike Cateye Icon and you will see many parts. It comes with a 49cc 2 stroke piston port engine and chain transfer box.
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Can someone identify this for me? My trusty car mechanic is willing to try to fix it up, but he doesn't know much about pocket bikes, and asked if I could find out what make/model this is?
Thank you so much!
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Thats an X7 49cc piston ported 2 stroke model...FS-529
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Awesome - Thanks!
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Good luck with it.....tell your mechanic it's no more complicated than an electric start backpack blower.....same deal kinda,just packaged into two different forms ....

The carb is a Walbro brand clone of a WYK192 pumper carb...a new carb on eBay is $10 bux free shipping

The engine is a 49cc that's piston ported(no Reed's)..

sparkplug gap is .030",,..NGK BPM6A

mixture is 50:1 91 octane fuel

Coil airgap is .020"..it's a solid state magneto type ignition system..

Minimal compression needed to run effectively is 65psi..a new topend is cheap...$45.00 on ebay

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Does it run?? It runs on its own, with coil over the flywheel magnets for a spark, all you need is a button or switch off the small coil wire to ground the coil to stop the engine. If there is a key unit, it grounds the coil when its turned off, so if you turn it on you should be able rope start the engine. For parts search eBay under: 43cc to 49cc pocket bike parts. Too see X7 two stroke parts on the .com, search pocketbikeparts and or scooterparts4less. If the wiring is to messed up you can bypass the key and hook up a kill button on the handle bars if you don't have one already.

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Does it run?? .
Thank you for all the details and specifics above.

No it doesn't work. My sons saw it abandoned at a Carl's Jr for a couple weeks, and the manager was getting ready to haul it away.
I hope that this isn't going to be a money pit?
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Thank you for all the details and specifics above.

No it doesn't work. My sons saw it abandoned at a Carl's Jr for a couple weeks, and the manager was getting ready to haul it away.
I hope that this isn't going to be a money pit?
It depends....The most you can be in for on it in a worst case scenario is like $150-175.00 for a brand new complete ready-to-run and ride engine from ebay if the frame and brakes are up to par.........

Id just fix it yourself.......Theyre very easy and require a few hand tools and allen wrenches to do it...

First thing Id do is change the sparkplug and mix up some 50:1 gas n oil mixture to run it on....

Turn the keyswitch on,,pump the primer bulb like 8 times,,set the choke and try pull starting it.........

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I would open the carb piston and put a small amount of gas mixture down it and the try to pull start it, to see if it pops or tries to start.
You might want to test the spark plug to see if your getting a spark, but better to get a new NGK plug. You might have a bad coil also, or the carb could be bad from sitting along time. I would do a cyld compression test if you can, that will tell you a lot about the engines condition. A new piston/cyld kit is about $50, carb $10, coil $12, less than $75 total, these engines are very simple to work on.
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this is my new pocket bike but idk what make or model it is








I need help identifying mine also !
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X8 4stroke
Thats a second gen 2007 year model X15 aka GS-57 aka R-32 Interceptor 110cc 4 speed manual shift 4 stroke Superbike.....

Its a styling ripoff of a Benelli Tornado euro made motorcycle.

Welcome to the site and Good luck with it and good luck finding a complete bodykit for it..
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