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  • [Help]: 100cc tow stroke royal enfiled crusader

    hey guys i need some help

    ther's a 100cc two stroke royal enfiled for sale..its in running condition and still has pretty gud pickup...my friend who's selling it says its called the royal enfield crusader...could i have some info about this bike has anyone owned it before..could i still source parts for it?

    need to grab the deal quick i seem to have fallen in luv wit the bike..
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    Query Moved and Approved.
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    • #3
      As far as i know the crusader series starts from 175cc. Sorry if i'm wrong but check with that and about the spares you still can get spares for some models and some are standards parts which can be replaced by a good mechanic just by doing some modification work. About the price dont waste much money on it cause you'll have to spend lots to restore it. Hope you get a good Mechanic at your place to do the necessary restoration work. Good Luck and keep us posted.
      P.s. Post some pics if you have any.
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      • #4
        yup it has to be a 175cc two stroke. Also called the Mini bullet... a very rare bike to be found.


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        • #5
          @jd666: Nope bro, Mini Bullet is 198cc and Crusaders are different series and it has a 250cc too! I still doubt whether Crusaders had 2 strokes though. Got to cheak that out. Interesting, Hope he comes up with a pic or two.
          Last edited by shelton_jh; 03-05-2010, 02:24 PM.
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          • #6
            ^^ my bad.. you are right.. mini bullet was 200cc...


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            - KTM Duke 200
            - Yamaha RXZ 5 speed


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            • #7
              Richard - the bullet two-stroke bikes are among the rarest I would say. If it is in a running condition and if it is a comfortable deal, just go for it. Spares - hmmmmm where there is a will, there is a way. I am sure you will be able to find them or a good mechanic will help fix/find the spares. Plus if it is in a good condition then just keep it as it is and running with a weekly/ocassional runs. Of course you shouldn't make it your daily commute to conserve/extend its life.

              One of my friends brother used to have one long ago. As far as I remember, it was a 200cc 2-stroke and yes it was called the mini-bullet. I remember seeing a couple of other mini-bullets whose engines looked smaller, so it might be 100 or 150. Not sure if it is the same model. If you can post some pics of the bike then maybe our friends here on xbhp will be able to help you with further info/spares etc.
              Last edited by yaser_kb100; 03-05-2010, 03:30 PM.

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              • #8
                Woah! for the first time I am hearing the rare Mini Bullet.

                got any pic of this rare breed?

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                • #9
                  seriously....even if it needs a little work but is in running condition, go for it man... you won't find another one even if you search hard man...and some pics would be great.

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                  • #10
                    check with powertwin. he has a mini bullet iirc.. any which ways, he can easily get you any information you need on the bike.


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                    - KTM Duke 200
                    - Yamaha RXZ 5 speed


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                    • #11
                      guys the bike is now mine!!....pictures coming up soon!!
                      yup its not 100cc its a 175/200cc mini bullet...i am still not very sure about th CC since the rc book isint in good shape..still running pretty good hit 90 with considerable ease last night...there is some noise form the piston,i feel its of the piston rings...the engine will need to be opnened atleast once..i want to restore the orignal compression...but a major concern is the part's i dont know if i should take the risk of opening the engine....found only three pictures of the bike on the net..and cant seem to source any info or specs at all...i really need to get in touch with another owned of the bike
                      Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.
                      ______________
                      Royal Enfield 200 (cafe racer) - 1986
                      kawasaki kb100 delta - 1990
                      Jawa 250 - 1960
                      Suzuki Shogun - 1996
                      Yamaha RX-100 -1998
                      Yamaha crux -2000
                      Bajaj Pulsar 150 ug1 ported overbored -2004
                      Honda Eterno

                      http://richard-david.blogspot.com

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                      • #12
                        Hi Richard,
                        I am new to this forum. I have 2 crusaders one is being restored and should be completed by this weekend, Once i get it completed i will post some pictures of the beauty. This crusader belonged to my sisters father-in-law, and my brothers and i used to take her out for a spin every now ant then, back in the 80ys and she used to perform like a champ racing against Jawas with ease.

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                        • #13
                          its a mini bullet 200 cc the bike is being restored rite now!! that's why i am reopening this thread!! i have logged in into xbhp after a very longtime 1 year to be exact..and i seem to have forgotten how to upload pics can some one help?
                          Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.
                          ______________
                          Royal Enfield 200 (cafe racer) - 1986
                          kawasaki kb100 delta - 1990
                          Jawa 250 - 1960
                          Suzuki Shogun - 1996
                          Yamaha RX-100 -1998
                          Yamaha crux -2000
                          Bajaj Pulsar 150 ug1 ported overbored -2004
                          Honda Eterno

                          http://richard-david.blogspot.com

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                          • #14
                            Use tinypic.com

                            Hi Richard,

                            Please visit TinyPic - Free Image Hosting, Photo Sharing & Video Hosting and upload your pics there.
                            After successful upload, copy the respective URL (for forums/message boards) and paste here.
                            Bingo!!!

                            Please post soon. Waiting for the pics.
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                            • #15
                              a picture of my bike

                              Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.
                              ______________
                              Royal Enfield 200 (cafe racer) - 1986
                              kawasaki kb100 delta - 1990
                              Jawa 250 - 1960
                              Suzuki Shogun - 1996
                              Yamaha RX-100 -1998
                              Yamaha crux -2000
                              Bajaj Pulsar 150 ug1 ported overbored -2004
                              Honda Eterno

                              http://richard-david.blogspot.com

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