I understand I'm gonna need a spacer like that, I am more concerned with the space and the caliper being in the way. I'll take a picture tomorrow.This Adapter is to hold the rear engine side sprocket and disc brake together. You will need to buy a 30 tooth sprocket if you are using 200MM/180MM/160MM Disc Rotor. The disc rotor needs to be bolted either on to this adapter or directly to your hub using long nuts.www.ebay.com
I had just connected it to start up the motor, it is not bolted in and will not be used. I needed to test the sound and I would say it failed, ordered a muffler, should go right before the tip. I'm also thinking of White/Black color scheme. Maybe paint the exhaust and certain parts white.Looks good!
What's with the upside-down peanut tank?
It won't fill up or flow.
It's better than using a funnel. One brother had another use a funnel with hose testing out a stationary small engine. It was hard starting and I was told that when the funnel dropped and the fire started, the bro that dropped the funnel used a garden hose to spread... no not really but could have... put out the fire. Not sure if it hydro locked, don't think so though.Ok.
That’s a lot of mid frame space to fit the peanut tank in there, even temporarily.