BICYCLE ENGINE MUFFLER - BICYCLE ENGINE
BICYCLE ENGINE MUFFLER - CHOPPER BICYCLES PARTS
Bicycle Engine Muffler
- ride a bicycle
- a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- A vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one behind the other, propelled by pedals and steered with handlebars attached to the front wheel
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- A part of a motor vehicle's exhaust system, serving to muffle the sound of the vehicle
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- A device used to deaden the sound of a drum, bell, piano, or other instrument
- silencer: a tubular acoustic device inserted in the exhaust system that is designed to reduce noise
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- damper: a device that decreases the amplitude of electronic, mechanical, acoustical, or aerodynamic oscillations
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- locomotive: a wheeled vehicle consisting of a self-propelled engine that is used to draw trains along railway tracks
- A railroad locomotive
- motor that converts thermal energy to mechanical work
Lawson Industries 77925 INSYNERATOR Bullit High Performance Muffler
Reload Your Ride with the Insynerator Bullit. This high performance muffler is made from high quality aluminized steel and it is fully welded for durability. The Bullit is a twist on the classic two-chamber muffler. It has a 5 inch round body that fits easily in tight spaces and does not allow build-up on top of the muffler. Inside, a unique diamond baffle directs the flow of exhaust with almost no restriction. The Bullit creates a very deep and aggressive exhaust note and eliminates that high pitch, crackling sound produced by some aftermarket systems. The dimensions are 2.5 inch inlet/outlet; 5 inch round body; 13 inch body length; 18 inch overall length.
I had an accident
My homemade motorcycle fell apart today - while I was on it going about 30 mph. To my credit, the failure had nothing to do with my engine modifications, but rather the cheap Chinese Walmart sucky front rim had some sort of stress fracture that resulted in me doing breakdancing on the pavement at full speed. I had a helmet on (luckily) but I don't really remember the crash. I remember the sensation that the front end was collapsing with me still firmly gripping the handlebars, then an "oh no" feeling. The next thing I remember was me standing in the middle of the road looking at all the debris. My watch broke off, pieces of the bike were everywhere, and my cell phone was in the middle of the road. A lady appeared out of the house I crashed in front and was making motions and speaking to me but I couldn't hear through the earplugs I had in my ears (because the muffler fell off the other day so it was annoyingly loud). I couldn't get the earplugs out, so I must have looked really weird, all bloodied up and picking at my ears. When I finally dislodged one of the earplugs I told her I was ok. She asked if I needed a phone. Walking over to my phone in the road and picking it up I replied, "nah, I'm good. I got one." I pulled my wreckage out of the road, still violently cursing walmart and their cheap bikes and that chinese engine. Candi came in our truck and I angrily threw the bike in the back and got in. I was bleeding from my hips and elbows and had various spots of road rash, but I felt a lot better after some pain pills and muscle relaxants. Then I called in to work and told a supervisor I would not be coming in tomorrow.
Oh, I almost forgot to tell you. My 365days project died sometime last week. RIP.
Finishing the installation of the electronics didn't take long at all. It's all the tweeking that has required the most attention. The muffler had to be bent in so the peddles didn't hit it. We added an inline fuel filter. Customized spring pulley system for the motor chain and constantly giving the engine gentle taps until it is back upright in the frame. It has a tendency to vibrate itself off to one side a bit.
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