Re: Completely New to This
Don't forget, you will need a wider pedal crank to clear the wider 4 stroke motor and gearbox. Some kits come with it, some dont. 4 strokes are not as loud as the 2 strokes and you don't have to mix the oil at every fill up. Make sure you line up the front and rear sprocket well, as that is the hardest part of the build. It will take more than a couple of hours to put together, but is well worth the trouble. Make sure you break in the engine on the first few rides. They climb hills really well with the stock rear sprocket, but you can gain some mph with a smaller rear sprocket.