Auger ENG on a bicycle

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  1. MRJOHN

    MRJOHN Member

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    have i look at the customized work,fuel tank, paint.the eng is a 1.5 HP , 52cc Auger Drill
     

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    MotorBicycleRacing Active Member

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    Nice work.
    Looks like the double chain gearbox, how is it holding up?

    How wide is that combo? Do you have a pic from above?
     
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    Nice looking bike. I'm curious about the width too, also what looks like an expansion chamber peeking out the front. Love the tank!
     
  4. MRJOHN

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    UPDATEdnut
     

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    update2 for the auger
     

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    update3 for the eng
     

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    Awesome and purty work John!
     
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    Hi John, thanks again for the spare transmission :)

    I went and got myself an auger today at HF, supposedly its a seasonal iten hence not on the website or at all stores.

    It's more likely to be in rural HF's where people will be drilling post holes on their ranches and farms.

    I can't wait to see how this motor works out!
     
  10. maniac57

    maniac57 Old, Fat, and still faster than you

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    Love the ingenuity! The super-wide crankset is a cool way to make room for the pipe.
    How does it pedal?
     
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    I am also interested in how well the crank peddles work out and how they are holding up?
     
  12. MRJOHN

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    holding up,OK
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