Thread: Frame dilema
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Old 11-24-2014, 12:44 AM
Rudz Rudz is offline
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Default Frame dilema

I've had my motorized bicycle a few months now, around 800 miles on it so far.

I upgraded the handlebar, stem, wheelset and front rotor on the bikesdirect mtb. Whole bike original cost was $300

Fast forward, now that I have more experience with these, I realize I probably should have gotten a better frame, one without ridiculously huge tubes. Not to mention a short headtube and minimal room for the engine.

I'm supposed to get a Christmas bonus and I'm eyeing the skyhawk frames, my bars, wheels brakes will all transfer easily. I just press the headset, grab a bb adapter, bottom bracket, crankset and seatpost. The rest of the stuff should fit.

I could probably use my current bb and crankset if I wanted to save money.

Cons of the frame, cost of buying a new frame, and I'd have to buy a different rack or use a backpack. Also smaller tank

Pros are I feel it's more reliable, and I get to use a high compression head if I want

Or keep my frame, buy another 4L tank, I cracked mine. New sturdy motor mounts.

Decision decision
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