Re: Opinions on motorizing bikes to sell
over the time I've been ordering, he's taken my suggestions to use wide front mount motors, and longer clutch arms - he also started shipping rubber boots for CDIs and a really nice tensioner that can be set with one hand since the pulley bolt locks in the slot
he used to ship with top end off, but lately just the head is on loosely
I'm mostly just a repair shop and don't build enough to need a lot of bikes - half my kits get the motor sold out of them as replacements, then the kit parts go on the shelves for sale as repair parts.
Sometimes I sets and thinks, sometimes I jes sets.