Have front suspension, crappy, but its there.Front suspension
Smaller rear sprocket or Shift Kit to reduce engine rpm
Weighted handle bars
Swept back cruiser style handle bars
Improve engine mounts
If anyone has any others lets hear it.
Balancing the engine? Just so its straight with the sprocket, and both clamps are completely touching (only happened perfect on this one bike) what else is there?Weighted bars- fill them with lead shot, or use bar end weights.
Balance the engine- yes if you know what you are doing......
I mount my engines with a sheet of thing lead between the mount and the bike frame, and also between the "C" clamp and the frame.
Ah ic, i didn't know you guys got that in depth with these little things lol. I'll stick with the lead shot and hard rubber motor mounts lolWhat we mean by balancing the engine is removing your crankshaft, rod and piston assembly and have it balanced. This is only for those that know what they are doing. This is the reason that your engine vibrates in the first place.
http://motorbicycling.com/f37/anti-...s-us-8123.html?highlight=anti+vibration+mountOne change I'm planning on the four stroke is to build a better engine mount I plan on bolting two pieces of aluminum angle (can't weld it the frame is aluminum) side by side with the flanges outward to the bike frame. A couple of holes in the sides of the frame at that point won't affect the strength much since lateral holes in that area are really in a neutral stress point. If that isn't enough my next plan will be rubber shock mounts. One way or another I'm going to make the four stroke smoother and quieter.