Rear Mount an In-Frame Engine

theonlyhek

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Ok, hey I am a complete newbie at motor bicycles but I need some expert advice....

I was wondering if I would be able to rear mount an in-frame 'ebay' kit. The kind that comes with everything you need for like $150. I found some flat mounting kits that are meant for putting the ebay engine in a chopper bicycle. I have added the pictures.
My question, though, is about the logistics, such as: the fuel tank and carburetor system, and the maximum angle the engine can run a chain DOWN (not back to) the sprocket?

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deacon

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With my recent adventure with hot mufflers, the muffler where it is would scare the Bjesus out of me. I would think the cheapest way would be to just mount it as normal.
 

Jemma Hawtrey

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With my recent adventure with hot mufflers, the muffler where it is would scare the Bjesus out of me. I would think the cheapest way would be to just mount it as normal.
Easy way to solve the problem of a potentially cooked behind is have the exhaust off and invert it so its blowing back and over the sparking plug..

Jemma xx