O & R Chicken Power engine info needed

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  1. rijopiatt

    rijopiatt New Member

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    I need assistance on how to mount the engine on the fork. There's a mounting bracket attached to the engine and I have mounting parts left over (some appear to be duplicates) I picture would be helpful or a manual.

    Additionally, I need to know the correct oil/gas mixture. The bike shop where I got it said to use synthetic oil 50:1, but an instruction sheet I found in the box said (MS) S.A.E. 30 weight oil 24:1.

    All suggestions appreciated.

    Rick in Indiana

    P.S. I don't know if this is the correct posting site. Redirect me if needed.
     
  2. DOC BOLM

    DOC BOLM New Member

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    Can you post a photo.H.D.
     
  3. BarelyAWake

    BarelyAWake New Member

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    Chicken Power?

    Yeah man - we gotta get some pics o'this FTW :D


    BTW "General Discussion" is jus' fine for any thread bike related, it's all good ;)
     
  4. bairdco

    bairdco a guy who makes cool bikes

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    the term "chicken motor" for a friction drive has been around since the 70's (at least that's the first time i heard it.)

    anyone know how or why it originated?
     
  5. azbill

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    I think bg-joe has/had one, he might be able to help :)
     
  6. DOC BOLM

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    PutsTheDUIinRUINED New Member

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    How much chickenpower equals 1 horsepower? What is the displacement on this motor? I will assume cc is an abbreviation for cluck cluck?
     

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