Bicycle airbrushing flames.

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Many hobbies. Teaching the youth how to build a bike, paint it, ride the heck out of it.

Painting process:

Out for a ride:
 

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Amazing works as always, thanks for sharing!
The torque on that chop looks great, what is the watt rating on the motor?

Brad
Thanks Brad! Its now 1000w 48v with a little tweaking. Dialed it back to 20mph. Orig was 600w 36v and I changed out the system as the budget allowed.
 
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WHERE IS THE HELMET???

Great question. My grandson asked me for a helmet free day for the short video shoot. (make him wear one when we ride together) No helmet laws here in Minnesota, so I gave it a thumbs up. Not going to get into the helmet debate. Harley rider for 42 years. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. I'm ok with anyone out there calling me a fool. (not saying you are MrIdaho)
 
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Another great build. What is the rear wheel/tire size on your grandsons bike?

Also, glad that you've brought back the painting vids. will you be posting part 1, as well.?
 

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Another great build. What is the rear wheel/tire size on your grandsons bike?

Also, glad that you've brought back the painting vids. will you be posting part 1, as well.?

Hey Ed, video 1 talks about airbrush pens, overspray, prepping the bike for paint etc.

 
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