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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Fulltimer, Oct 31, 2010.
Has anyone tried 1/4 midget racing motors? Here is a link: Dirks Motorworks
I'm pretty sure those motors have too much hp for my bicycle.
5hp and almost 6lbs torque, probs handle the hp, but the torque would rip wheels
I know there are guys running over sized engines. That is why I posted the link. They are small enough in size to not be noticed by the law. It would take a little will power to not mash down on the throttle but when needed, as in a steep climb, you would have the power waiting there for you.
I'll bet with the sprocket adapter, steel rims, heavy spokes and a heavy chain there wouldn't be a problem.
i think it should be best for my bike.............
I love my 5hp 4 strokes. The belt drive and centrifugal clutch saves my wheels and I have all the hill climbing power I need.
These are some pretty neat little engines also. I'd like to build a similar bike as Kawasaki's (member).
Those are really nice looking engines. I think that in the future I will have one of them.
Those would be great for a board tracker with some antique paint on them. The builder may be able to get by with a set of wheels from a downhill or freeride mountain bike.
i wanna see one of these with a jackshaft shifter