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If I post up some pics do you think you can help me identify this bike? I've searched and searched but I don't come up with anything definite, And what areas should I take pics of to help out with the identity?
 

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The engine and frame and body will help identify your bike. Is it a 2 or 4 stroke? Does the eng. cylinder sit straight up and down or stick out front w/ the exhaust port pointed down?? You need 15 or 20 post before you can put an avatar or 5 photos per thread.
 

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The engine and frame and body will help identify your bike. Is it a 2 or 4 stroke? Does the eng. cylinder sit straight up and down or stick out front w/ the exhaust port pointed down?? You need 15 or 20 post before you can put an avatar or 5 photos per thread.
It's a 4 stroke, with the cylinder sticking out the front, electric start only, fun mobile:D I'll see what I can do to get some of those pics up around my lunch time tomorrow, lighting hasn't played well for me every time I think about taking pics
 

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Sounds like a mid-bike, maybe X7 4 stroke 110cc w/ auto transmission, they don't have a kick start. It must have shocks on the front forks and a swing arm rear. My X18 has both, and runs without a battery w/ the kick start. You probably have 8" alum rims. Go to PB Parts in Florida, on line, will try to PM you, find the Icon of an X7 and see if it looks like yours, look at all the other ones to, they have alot of parts.
 

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This is the only pic I have of the bike so far, sorry about the messy garage, I'll try to get some pics of it up without the plastic in the morning


 

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Good job EPR! Yup, you have a x7 4 stroke on your hands buddy. Good bike in my opinion.
 

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Cool, Just a few parts to find for it and I will be ready to roll around on it again, it only needs a battery, throttle housing, throttle cable, a little carb adjustment and it will be happy again
 

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For a battery go to Kragen's, WalMart auto or like that and take your old battery and get a $40 Powersport or some decent battery.
 

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For a battery go to Kragen's, WalMart auto or like that and take your old battery and get a $40 Powersport or some decent battery.
Oh nice, I didn't even think about that, While I had a working throttle I was just using my battery charger to spin the motor over, It sucked when I was trying to get it running well and it would stall out, it really sucked when I was getting confident and it would stall out 3 or 4 blocks away
 

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I know the feeling, had trouble all day with leaking reeds and carbs that don't work right,lol.
 
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