Anyone Know Where I Can Find a Website for Who Makes Indiana Jimmys?

by Brend

Do you know where I can find a site on the net that makes Indiana Jimmys? A friend of mine bought one that has flames on the side and it lookes like a mini chopper. He was stopped by the police the other day because he didn't have it licensed. He was told it was a 49 cc and it doesn't have to be licensed in the state of Indiana, but the police says it's a 50 cc. We just want to know if they make a 49 cc Indiana Jimmy.

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Oct 27, 2020
2cStroke Indiana Jimmy Engine For Sale To Highest Bidder!!!!! NEW
by: William Trigg

I bought my Indiana Jimmy Scooter not knowing how hard it would be to find parts(I loved the body style). The stroke pulled my 280lb frame along like a ragdoll. When i had a few problems, couldnt find a mechanic who worked on 2strokes, and I live in the city where they were produced!(Evansville IN) Unbelievable huh?!!!!
Last week I had my 2stroke pulled and put 4 stroke GY6 installed.
Call"Will" at:(812)589-4851 or
(812}470-3058 Serious Inquiries ONLY! THANKS!!! ALL MY JIMMY RIDERS!!! MOUNT UP!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

Oct 10, 2019
Indiana Jimmy mini bike NEW
by: Anonymous

Does anyone know the year the company shut down & pulled their pats.

Apr 15, 2019
indiana jimmy NEW
by: troy hickrod

i bought one to was told same thing havent got to ride it yet fixing turn signals i bet i get same treatment ive been trying to find info on it for five mounths now

Oct 25, 2016
I have one I'm selling, I'm thinking 90cc ,not sure NEW
by: Scott Rogge

I have an Indiana Jimmy mini sportster I will sell ffor say $500 or best offer. It's a fixer, Scott, 1-270-999-1876

Mar 11, 2016
Indiana Jimmy NEW
by: Aj1

I also have an Indiana jimmy that I worked on myself and got running, mine is rideable but it needs a clutch, where can I get a clutch and hub for this 2 stroke engine??

Mar 11, 2016
Indiana Jimmy NEW
by: Aj1

I also have an Indiana jimmy that I worked on myself and got running, mine is rideable but it needs a clutch, where can I get a clutch and hub for this 2 stroke engine??

Dec 30, 2015
has anyone found anything on them yet?? NEW
by: Stephen

I just got an indiana jimmy and no shop where I live in Tennessee will work on it.I need to know how to get parts.ive found that the tank, roketa, and pagsta versions look very compatible parts wise.I just want help.I actually live about 3 hours from Evansville Indiana and read that thats where the company was based

Jul 21, 2015
Mr Fixit NEW
by: Anonymous

I just bought one and started the parts hunt and found the company in Evansville Indiana closed and pulled their patent. Still looking for parts. If you or anyone else knows let me know.mine is a 49cc loaded with all the extras.... I guess....

May 07, 2013
wher do they come from NEW
by: gill

where do they come from? I have 1 but can not find info. on them did u find anything on them?

Sep 23, 2009
Engine Size
by: Jim Zeiser

Every engine has its size stamped in the cylinder at the base. Most, heck, all 50cc engines are, at most 49.5cc and are stamped 49cc on the barrel. Since it's a mini-motorcycle it should have its engine hanging in the breeze and not have a fan shroud so you should be able to read it. If it has a fan to cool it then you would have to take off all the coverings to read the size, not something I would want to do, but you can. Most 50cc China motors are 49cc.

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