Flying Horse Vs Grubee Skyhawk

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Avowed, May 18, 2011.

  1. Avowed

    Avowed New Member

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    I am weighing out the pros and cons of each because I want to buy a bulk order. I obviously want to get the best engine for the dollar. Will you guys post some feedback?
     
  2. DaveC

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    All I can tell you is Grubee never answers an email inquire. Maybe if you buy in bulk he'll give you a boo-kiss-my- a** but I'd NEVER buy one of his products, I don't care if he's giving a 50% discount......well, maybe.

    Actually, I'm sure they stand behind their product...waaaaay behind:p
     
  3. Avowed

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    Thanks. Any thoughts on reliability, etc?
     
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    i've found the skyhawks to vibrate a lot. i'd buy a flying horse over the grubee. better yet go for the jet or raw engines, much smoother and have never had a bad one.
     
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    I have to agree with DaveC.
    Based on the Grubees (feh) that I have worked on, I would stay away from them.
     
  6. demac

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    i bought well over 10 raw kits and zoombicycles. bought my first grubee thought it be way better finds out its a mess the whole kit. from the packed like a tuna can box, and the poor quality cns. o ya this motor did not last me more then 300km now i got no mb!
     
  7. biknut

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    I'm very happy with my Flying Horse motor. Close to 1000 miles now. I'm building a Sky Hawk based bike now for a friend. Haven't started it yet, but so far not impressed much with it.

    The next motor I buy will probably be a Flying Horse.
     

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