Originally Posted by Robby
I was wondering if you had compared a shift kitted 4g to an EZM direct drive. I read the EZM's aren't suited to shift kits but seem to be ok as they are. Any thoughts?
No, I have never seen an EZM transfer case, just Grubee Stage III's and both versions of the 4G's.
Assuming their output ratios are the same the only reason I can think of for an EZM to not fit is sprocket alignment to the JS, but since the motor just mounts flat on a plate so as long as you have a bike enough bike cavity the SBP bottom plate can be drilled to put the motor wherever you want.
The SBP 4S JS bottom plate is not ideal to say the least as far as motor movement freedom, the adjustable 2 U-bolt rear and single U-bolt front mount allow you fit that platform in pretty perfect and level in most any frame.