Originally Posted by xseler
I use the 'fuel in a can' at 50:1 when I take my bike to another state (the fuel travels better in the car). When at home, I use 50:1 Echo oil. (I did my break-in at 32:1.....though everyone has a different thought on the whole thing.)
Guess I'm confused about the "engine brakes"........... Caliper front brakes are a good idea.
I have cataliver brakes in the front basic rim friction as far as engine braking goes on my paticular engine which came off a suzuki fa50 towny has a drum on it which was cut off the rim and a sprocket was welded there but the brakes are still intact. Just feel safer with central braking bad is the bike is not a coaster as the rear rim sprocket has been spot welded as well for direct drive.