Juan Pablo Cortes: Could you explain to me how did you install the sprocket from the engine to the pedal. Can you send a video tutorial or a step by step manual. Or a simple description. Thanks
costricki: My friend made one his went up to 45 to 50 mph and you can get a 2 gallon gas tank which would get you about 400 miles to the gallon
Rich Rivet: Nice and quiet too!
Jason Yi: How does the chain stay on when u shift gears ???
adolfo diaz: Hey i would like to make one of those i have a gas bike my self and I would like to know where to get a jack shaft kit like that and in advance thank you
Grant Shultz: FINIALLY someone did what I wanna do and hook it up to the rear gears so you have different ratios and can shift on the go!!!
Ray Mosier: Electric is the way to go. The trade offs for this motor are pretty bad. The noise created for not much power, and the way he has to keep his leg out because of the heat. Just buy a battery and bottom bracket motor and be done with it.I just got the Bafang (8FUN) BBS02 750watt with a 50V 12.5 amp hour battery. It's probably more powerful than this bike, silent, and with about 30 miles of range. At one half cent per mile fuels cost it will pay for itself rather quickly.
Shawn March: I agree that electric is nice, quiet, very low maintenance but.... Can they get 125 miles on a charge? I'm sure its doable but what would the battery pack be like under that condition? How much would that cost? For a basic fuel engine setup minus the bike will cost you $165 bucks or there a bouts? Honest question
Patrick Graves: I have created a group on Facebook called Southland gas bikes we are inviting you to join and post
dragan mirovic (kapital3): need driver license or permit?
dragan mirovic (kapital3): I like.... what is speed and what I can far go to?
ratcliffave: Cool beans
marius salvesen meland: link to where u can get dat nice seat
loren frey: Hey id like to make one of those i have a gas bike my self and would like to know where to get that jack shaft. Kit
Sushi Mashpotato: For that money you could have built electric bike
rod ney: Jackshafts are good but make it harder to start. Can't roll start them anymore and mine just chewed out the ratchet bearing in the right hand pedal because of all the cold starts is murder on the bearing.