Yes thanks guys I'm quite familiar with Dan's work though I've never done any business with him. Work on the F head electric is progressing well. I've cut all the major case plates and decided to jack shaft with reduction gearing using an 11 t on engine output to 22 t input to reduction drive stepped down to 11tooth to a 38 tooth, giving a total gearing of 6.91 with 26" tires. At 4,5000 rpm this calculates 50 mph....theoretically, if the power and conditions are perfect. With the 2.33 hp e-motor not likely. I'd think that top speed of 40 mph would be more probable, about like a decent running (stock) CG 2 cycle can attain with a 44 tooth final on 26" tires. Using a 44 tooth sprocket final cog on the electric should easily do 40 mph (44 mph being possible) @ 4500. I'd think the 2000 watt motor powerful enough to make 40mph. At any rate these speeds are fine for clincher tires like the early moto cycles used though I'll ride on 26" rather than the 28" of the early bikes. I'm planning to build the jack shaft integral with the motor housing, rather than use the bottom bracket for the reduction drive. I'll conceal the reduction drive components in the Magneto case and it's drive housing with motor outputs all running down the left side (opposite the pedal drive train) since this F motor type has the mag aft of the engine & takes up frame space anyway I thought it less cluttering to use the cases to conceal the workings of the drive in these cases and the completed motor a more stable mounting platform than the tube frame mounting the pure jack shaft. Before any think I'm faulting the bottom bracket reduction gear setup; stand down and at ease. I've built two bikes using the bottom bracket for reduction & chain alignment...they work super. With the electric I want to keep all the drive components in one enclosure, just because I can while using components I have in hand...simple as that nothing to do with which is inferior or better...no controversy. I don't have any idea how long it will take to finish the motor housing and drive as I'm sure I can keep finding ways to make this more difficult than it has to be in order to complete. I hope all had a joyous and safe Thanksgiving! Rick C.