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stainlesscycle 10-08-2012 11:44 AM

dear can-am ase 200 frame designer,
 
who makes a dirt bike frame that requires removal of tank, seat, number plates, rad shrouds, pipe, front and lower motor mounts, and left foot peg, then motor must be swiveled up 1", just to remove the clutch cover?
you did, dumbass.

Shocktower 10-08-2012 02:38 PM

L0L Canadien ejineering :rofl, sorry for your loss :D

Rokoneer 10-09-2012 10:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Shocktower (Post 19774995)
L0L Canadien ejineering :rofl,

Not so, the ASE's were designed and manufactured in Britain by Armstrong.

Stainless, your 200 has a radiator? You mention rad shrouds. My '86 200 is air cooled.

stainlesscycle 10-09-2012 01:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rokoneer (Post 19780757)
Not so, the ASE's were designed and manufactured in Britain by Armstrong.

Stainless, your 200 has a radiator? You mention rad shrouds. My '86 200 is air cooled.

rad shrouds for lack of a better term.

air cooled. fake rad shrouds.

ooooh - can you measure something on your linkage for me - just picked this bike up and it was kinda half-assed assembled when i got it - a spacer is missing somewhere and the linkage is wonky.

Rokoneer 10-10-2012 10:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stainlesscycle (Post 19782213)

ooooh - can you measure something on your linkage for me - just picked this bike up and it was kinda half-assed assembled when i got it - a spacer is missing somewhere and the linkage is wonky.

Sho' enough, no problem, what specifically? Want a picture as well?

JeffS77 10-10-2012 06:39 PM

since I had no idea what this bike is... I looked it up and I like it :clap air cooled rotax rotary valve two stroke :clap

http://motorcycle-specs.com/general/...0_ASE_1985.jpg

Rokoneer 10-11-2012 10:21 AM

The one posted by Jeff above is an '85, while mine below is an '86.

http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/f...0ASE/001-3.jpg

Shocktower 10-11-2012 11:18 AM

English/Canadian same thing L0L :rofl, I hear ya some times them fools get crazy with all the new farkles :norton

mudgepondexpress 10-11-2012 01:13 PM

Still the same basic frame design as the MX4 Series (and I believe the MX3 Black Widow). It is quicker and simpler to pull the engine to do anything inside the side cover than to try and do it in the frame.

Nice thing is...with a little practice you can get it out in 15 minutes.

I miss my old 78 MX4 250...that engine had some punch!

Kenny

stainlesscycle 10-15-2012 03:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rokoneer (Post 19788250)
Sho' enough, no problem, what specifically? Want a picture as well?

don't need pics now - i got all stupid and bought a 84 500mx this weekend - same frame/linkage so i'll have a peek at it.

Xanthophyll 10-17-2012 09:01 PM

Well as long as we're sharing.... here's my 1986 ASE 200:

http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/...604121941a.jpg

stainlesscycle 10-18-2012 07:20 AM

http://www.stainlesscycle.com/500mx.JPG

here's the 500 i'm selling on that auctionsite. if it dont sell it'll sit.

Reino 10-18-2012 07:28 AM

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Originally Posted by stainlesscycle (Post 19845282)
http://www.stainlesscycle.com/500mx.JPG

here's the 500 i'm selling on that auctionsite. if it dont sell it'll sit.

You can always donate it to me :rofl:rofl.

stainlesscycle 10-18-2012 08:36 AM

i have a feeling it will sell... the motor alone is probably worth more than the starting price... gonna use the cash for my 73 yam mx250 project that is extremely rough.

more about the motor here....http://hooniverse.com/2011/02/08/rot...ever-heard-of/

decafe 10-30-2012 04:55 PM

old can am
 
I have a 406ase I don't ride enough the front tire is lifted so easy I think it is in the air every time I give it gas would love to add the 500


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