Ya I will be very interested in some pictures and maybe even a bit of directions.i made one myself. i put a 25cc weed wacker engine on an old bmx.(like my sig says, i'm definatley *******) i swapped a bunch of parts and now its a frankencycle. lol. it goes a good running pace. i'll have to get a video and some pics up. me and some friends had a little competion, who could biuld the fastest one. well that was a year ago, and so far i'm the only one that made one. lol.
Yes, I think the web site was designed by the factory people in Europe and translated into English. It hasn't changed in the past two years.It looks like they make a decent piece, but their web site is a touch on the lame side, IMHO!! They should out a little more time into it if you ask me...
a clutch? like one off of a chainsaw? or a sprocket possibly?I have seen people riding motorized bikes up and down my street, I think they take them at least 2 miles to school. I have heard they are legal to ride on the street, I am not sure what kind of license you would have to have.
I once almost made a motorized scooter
It was an old school one with oversized tires (6' diameter rubber inflatables) and I had a tiny kid bike with a sprocket on the back tire and similarly sized tire on it so I was stretching the back forks out to put on the sprocket tire then could mount a weedeater engine and put a throttle on the handle bars and hook it up with a chain or whatever..... theres a device you have to hook between the chain and motor but I forgot the name
On a lot of motorized bike setups, there's a centrifugal clutch, so it's automatic. It disconnects the drive when the engine idles. Otherwise you couldn't stop without shutting off the engine.I thought most of those engines just had a lever to give it gas... whats the clutch for