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HF Pred 212 4-stroke with GTC TC2 tranny

4 stroke engine kits are great if you want reliability or do not want to mix your oil and gas. Learn from each other how to get the most out of your 4 stroke bicycle engine


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The one I have listed at the top has the extra parts and instructions to make it bolt right on to an HF 212 so I'll get my feet wet with that from a main distributor as I just don't like to deal with anything E-bay when I want it right the first time.
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They do bolt right on a 212..as shown
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Either one you like best is gonna be just fine....you'll like it alot
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The one I have listed at the top has the extra parts and instructions to make it bolt right on to an HF 212 so I'll get my feet wet with that from a main distributor as I just don't like to deal with anything E-bay when I want it right the first time.
Just an fyi, although it might bolt together just fine (as mine have), there is a reason for running a jackshaft that you'll soon be aware of. To run that set-up without one, the engine will have to mount about 2" off-center and will make things awfully awkward with no modification. You will see soon enough what I'm saying here....
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Just an fyi, although it might bolt together just fine (as mine have), there is a reason for running a jackshaft that you'll soon be aware of. To run that set-up without one, the engine will have to mount about 2" off-center and will make things awfully awkward with no modification. You will see soon enough what I'm saying here....
Bummer. I would like nothing better than to JS it but I am pushing the customers budget as it is and he doesn't want to have to mess with the extra chains and shifting.

I'll bet that 212 would mount nice on an SBP 4S JS kit though with new mount holes.
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Bummer. I would like nothing better than to JS it but I am pushing the customers budget as it is and he doesn't want to have to mess with the extra chains and shifting.

I'll bet that 212 would mount nice on an SBP 4S JS kit though with new mount holes.
I've yet to see someone mount an SBP shift kit to a 212cc HF.......I think the bike frame would have to be modified in that case if it is possible?

The AGK mount would be one of the best solutions if you just don't make one yourself.
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The AGK mount would be one of the best solutions if you just don't make one yourself.
I have a new 4-stroke motor mount left over from a gasbike HS 4-stroke kit as that bike got a SBP JS so I'm set there with new mount holes, I have an extra gas tank if want to use it, throttle, rear sprocket, exhaust pipes and tensioner so I think I'll be set.

The customer is coming over Saturday to get the ball rolling on this build so more next week.
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Those are cool bikes, I am highly tempted to scrap the 66cc kit and go 212cc HF, but then I'd probably need a cruiser style bike for the space. There are a lot of choices out there to choose from. The 212 HF engine is soooo cheap. Got me pondering a switch up on my very first build ever. If I'm going to drop the coin, might as well do it right for a 6'6" 300 lb dude. I just dont think those 66's are up to it.

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Looks like I'll be doing the 212/TC2 on this frame first.



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