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Old 09-26-2012, 09:54 PM
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Default Re: 2-stroke vs 4-stroke

Originally Posted by Easy Rider View Post
What motor would you recommend and is it spindle or chain driven?
I have a HuaSheng 142F which is a clone of a Honda GXH50, both 49cc
5/8" output shaft.
I recommend either if them. Arguably the Honda is better built, but the HuaSheng is no slouch either and costs alot less.

From what I have read the Harbor Freight engines are very good quality, and I would recommend them as well based on all of the positive feedback from the many owners of them on this site. I have no experience with them though.

To cut my rambling short:
If you are going for a complete kit, I recommend an EZM kit first followed closely by the stage III 4GT kit with the 100 tooth solid flywheel and 12 tooth freewheeling output sprocket.
HuaSheng engine for both.
Neither are speed demons, 35 to 38 MPH top speed, But I personally don't want to go that fast on a bicycle anyways.
That's what motorcycles are for.
"It's a chinagirl. It's a sometimes fun little engine that often will break your heart. It's disposable.

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