• 79 Honda Trail 90, 125cc swap.

  • If you'd like to help with compatibility for your engine, please post a few pictures and any technical documentation or manuals you may have.
If you'd like to help with compatibility for your engine, please post a few pictures and any technical documentation or manuals you may have.
 #188  by Matt Hagge
 Mon Nov 19, 2018 3:26 pm
Heyo,

Posting here with my urban daily driver. I've completely restored this bike and swapped in a 125cc from an ATC125m.

The NanoEFI is a dream-come-true. It's exactly what I want in my bike and I'm excited to see where it's going, and to help out in any way I can.

I love building bikes probably more than riding, and as a Systems Engineer by profession, I am very inclined to move away from old frustrating carbs and into a modern project like this.

Nice thing about my bike/platform is it's just a Supercub with some extra suspension travel and an engine guard, and there's no engine platform more plentiful than the Supercub what with 100+ million built and then the hordes of Chinese crate engine clones and pitbikes.

I also have two extra 90cc engines laying around that I'll be rebuilding and I'll gladly set one up as a test platform for this project. I'd love to get a NanoEFI working in my daily asap though.

I know technical information is desirable, so here are the service manuals for my bike, and then the ATC which has all the relevant engine info from my swap:

CT90 77-79 Manual: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1iGEyw ... 70dV5MDIxw
ATC125M 84-85 Manual: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cE3iU ... aDxY2NBV91

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