So, I have a build planned, that will use a 500w rear motor, a 250w front motor, and a KTM50. My question is about the KTM50, since I've been reading lately and it seems like it is a complete un-tamable monster of an engine, and getting it to be able to cruise around in is difficult to say the least. So, I already have the motor controllers, and a Schwinn Swindler 275, with a few other parts, all of which were gotten for free, and I plan to use a 9 tooth front sprocket, with a 65 tooth rear sprocket, to try and make the ktm a bit more usable. I'd be able to electric motor up to speed, and then throttle the ktm into operating range for the centrifugal clutch, if I needed more speed. So since, I'd have a 9/64, would I be making too much torque for this frame? And if so, could I just get the ktm power reducer? if so, that seems like a strange set up, and I really just want something that is reliable, that also will fit in my frame. Anyone have any suggestions? EDIT: Just to mention, I would want to use this bike for transit, to get to and from work.