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Mega Moto 212cc roller frame without an engine. The Mega Moto 212 is a fantastic mini bike that has a Head Light, Front Suspension, Front and Rear Hydraulic Brakes, Torque Converter, and huge 19X7-8 Tires all on a beefy frame. This kit will not come assembled, the photos only depict what it would look like assembled. Ships in one box and assembly would be required. Local pick up is available but should contact us prior to arrival. Replacement Belt: 203590.
- Limited Supply, shipping only to contiguous United States.
- This comes in kit form, assembly required. No Engine included, sold separate.
- Disclaimer; We are not responsible for scratches or dents in frame, this is out of our control, we will replace any missing parts upon arrival.
- These frame kits does not come with a M.S.O or TITLE.
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I bought this kit, one bolt was in one of the holes and the other one was missing. Currently don’t know where it is. Ordered a muffler with the stage 1 kit, muffler didn’t arrive, the replacement was shipped already. The chain guard was bent as well.
Overall nice mini bike, would have been 5 stars but the length of the front brake hose is short by about 2-3 inches.(yes you can get it on ,just beware it is a extremely tight fit ) and in my opinion more of a hazard then not having it at all . The other thing is the way it's shipped sloppily in a cardboard box that was only held together by the plastic straps on the outside (barely). When buying mini bike you expect it to be packaged better then that. As for the bike plan on painting it right out of the box because you will find lots of scraps/scratches and dings on the main frame. after you get past all that it's a nice platform to put your built or stock motor on.
As a small engine teacher on our third build, every kit came damaged and missing parts. Every frame was damaged and had to be sanded and painted. Every box was missing parts. Reached out but was told there is nothing they can do. Unfortunately my students will be looking at other kits. Its a shame because it is a cool bike but maybe shipping in more than one box can help this issue.
the building instructions in the blog post arent as detailed as they should be. my kit also didnt come with a rectifier or diode and i had to buy them from megamoto.co, electronics werent mentioned in the instruction blog post either. other than poor first impressions, it seems like a solid bike with nice hydraulic brakes and big tires, though the jackshaft sproket and related fasteners fell off while i was riding it, but i believe this is my fault as i didnt tighten the jackshaft parts in the correct order, something the instruction blog post could of mentioned. 3 stars
The upper chain guard tabs on the frame do not align with the chain guard. The tabs are too close. The jack shaft bearings are not smooth when rotated. The bearings are not aligned for the jack shaft. I used way too much force to get the shaft in. When I have time I am going to have to pull it all apart and replace the bearings. I have not yet started or ran the bike yet. It has been a big disappointment.
Kinda heavy, so you need some hp. Save yourself some hassles and watch the the assembly videos ... the printed instructions are weak. Fun as all get out!
Awesome thanks again GPS
this bike halls ass..
I'm enjoying the project of putting everything together. This is my first time venturing into the mechanical realm. I grew up riding go-karts thanks to my dad but he did all the maintenance when needed. All the parts seemingly have arrived. I didn't do a complete inventory, just assembling as I go. There have been a good handful of tools I've had to purchase though most I've had on-hand.
Just now finished putting the wheels, brake calipers, handle bar, and most of the jackshaft together. Next will be chain and rear axle.
Some of the parts have a lot of cosmetic dings, scrapes and abrasions to the paint (mainly the frame). I ran into somewhat of a snag when assembling the jackshaft, i noticed the pully would not spin freely and was catching before it was bolted down. The shaft was greased prior to insertion and it took some effort getting it all the way through (rubber mallet assist). After reviewing some videos, I decided to take the rubber cover off the jackshaft bearings to inspect the grease levels inside the bearings and sure enough they were mostly empty. After packing with red grease I put the sprocket and pulley back on and gave it a spin with my hand and that seemed to do the trick (for reference the air temp inside my shed was low to mid 60s. On a warmer day I'm sure the bearings would have even less resistance). Here is the video I used for reference - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6Jx-LIfZu8.
Anywho, thanks for the parts and the engine! Will shop again.