nice I also just bought an occ chopper that I will be making into a motorized bike. I'm curious on the speed it can do. I did a Huffy Cranbrook I weigh 230 and carry 10lbs of tools in a back pack and got the huffy up to 37mph. I did put a 28 tooth sprocket on it to reach that speed but put the 44 tooth back on for better hill performance.and this is the stingray I'll be doing up.
I figured the sprocket was ganna be an issue with clearing the break. I was most likely ganna put my 44 tooth on my huffy on the occ and put a 36 on the huffy. ganna get the wheel hub for the occ and I been looking at mufflers. I'll that link a look at. thanksI am leading builder of OCC's - I find 40 tooth gear is best all around - as clearance with rear brake is an issue - smaller than 40 T a real problem to work with re:clearance. see my premium kit for detailed parts list - u will need proper offset mount and pipe to mount chinese 2 stroke to stingray [chopper syle] frame: https://www.pedalchopper.com/diy-build-your-own-pedalchopper-kit/