APS-G 100

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BONES
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APS-G 100

Post by BONES » Sun May 29, 2016 6:46 pm

FOR SALE
APS-F 100 $3000
Current record holder--- 99.4 mph Has been 105 on the GPS track
Current number is 1035
YZ 80 engine
Chassis will accept TZ 350 or anything in between.
19" rear wheel with V rated avon
17" front with slick.
This is a propper 'A' bike. Everything has been custom made or modified to suite.
The bike is very stable. Alex has limited riding experience and has had no problems riding this bike
The bike has plenty of potential in smaller classes.
The bike will need a going over as it hasn't been used for 2 years. It is running.
The bike is in Sydney. Call- 02 9498-4124 or 0413-833891

cheers Bones
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Re: APS-G 100

Post by dplecko » Tue Jun 14, 2016 8:14 pm

Assuming zero tailwind, how much RWHP would be required to achieve 128mph in that chassis, or to rephrase the question do you have any Cd or CdA estimates? 8)

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Re: APS-G 100

Post by Stayt`ie » Wed Jun 15, 2016 8:31 am

for an approximate, you could "calculate" from known figures :wink:
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Re: APS-G 100

Post by BONES » Wed Jun 15, 2016 7:03 pm

dpleco
My RS125 went 125 with me on it in road race trim with 40hp claimed --- they are small Japanese hp.
I had started to put the 125 into this chassis but Alex was showing very little interest so decided to sell it.
I recon this bike should go 135+ with the 125.
I think I got 19hp out of the 80

You NEED this bike :-)

cheers Bones

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Re: APS-G 100

Post by boyracer » Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:06 pm

Got some photos of (cradle) frame? dimensions of said frame?
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If its got b**bs or wheels its bound to be trouble!

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Re: APS-G 100

Post by boyracer » Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:10 pm

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If its got b**bs or wheels its bound to be trouble!

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Re: APS-G 100

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Re: APS-G 100

Post by BONES » Thu Jun 16, 2016 7:13 pm

Hey boyracer
If you look through the build diary you can see the bike. There is a few bikes in the diary.
The weslake is another frame. Look for any pictures with a yz80 or an rs125.
When I rode the bike with the 125 I didn't change the seating position and it is short for me. I am 6'1 and my son is 5'8 and the bike is set up for him.
If the pipe was removed and the seat moved back and up you might fit.
Check the seat to footpeg relationship. How flexible are you?
At the tallest part of the frame it is 390mm between the top and bottom tubes.
The top tubes are 100mm apart and the bottom tubes are 250 apart.

cheers Bones

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Re: APS-G 100

Post by BONES » Mon Jun 20, 2016 7:31 pm

SOLD

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