Re: Best starting place
The best starting place is to have the bike itself in as high a quality state of readiness, and double checked for tightness and adjustment as possible. This can't be over emphasized, bicycles are not normally meant to have engines added to them, Especially with engines can push the bike up to 30 mph on the flat.
I think using rubber under the chain idler wheel mount is asking for trouble also. Some end up making this a permanent mount by welding it in place. The less you can have come loose on the bike, the better, because these engines buzz.
Last edited by Citi-sporter; 07-25-2014 at 06:46 PM.