Need Help Building 69cc Trike or Finding a Kit

Discussion in 'Motorized Tandems, Trikes and Recumbent Bicycles' started by alfredodun, Sep 15, 2014.

  1. alfredodun

    alfredodun New Member

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    Hello my name is Alfred,

    I am looking to find someone to build a 69cc Trike, preferably someone in Las Vegas, NV. Or if someone can help me find a kit with instructions so that I can build it myself. If anyone has any information on what I am looking for please send me a message. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You.
    -Alfred
     
  2. Brutl

    Brutl New Member

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    I am also looking to put a motor on my trike. Im thinking a rear mounted one would be best
     
  3. donphantasmo

    donphantasmo New Member

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    You guys could either scroll around in this "trike" section, or use the search option. Either way, you will have to use some common sense and patience.

    Spend some time researching and you will build a great trike!!!
     
  4. MotoMagz

    MotoMagz Active Member

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    Yep search! I think easiest would be a rear mount 4 stroke like a 79cc. Then a jack shaft from gas bike with the clutch this would be about $200... Search search google images too..good luck
     
  5. fasteddy

    fasteddy Well-Known Member

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    Stanton Inc. has trike kits and I believe KCvale here on the forum sells kits as well. He's a long time builder and does a lot of trikes.

    Steve.
     
  6. retgi

    retgi New Member

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    I was considering a staton kit too for my wife's sunseeker delta trike but read elsewhere that on these kits the gearing/chain configuration makes more noise than the motor. I'm still looking for a 4-stroke kit or may just go electric.
     

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