How To Build Bicycle Chopper Forks

Can you put any forks on any bike?

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What is the biggest engine you can put on a bicycle?

As the saying goes, “There is no replacement for displacement” and a 100cc bicycle engine kit is the largest 2 stroke bicycle motor available.

Can you put a chainsaw motor on a bike?

Drill your holes for the bike frame mount and for the vertical bolt. After all holes are drilled you can start bolting on the chainsaw motor and get it hooked to the bike frame.

Can I put a 29er fork on a 26 bike?

It would work, but there would be no benefit to it at all. It would probably just mess up the bikes geometry and add weight. You would only get more travel if the fork you put on has more travel than the one its replacing.

What is the difference between tapered and straight forks?

A fork with a straight steerer by definition is not a tapered fork. A non-tapered fork fits a standard 1-1/8” head tube (top and bottom), whereas a tapered fork is designed to fit the taper which measures 1.5” ie. 1-1/8” top, and 1.5” bottom.

How fast does an 80cc motorized bicycle go?

HIGH PERFORMANCE: Unlike most standard bicycle engine kits, the Mega Motors 66/80cc comes standard with high quality components designed to last. This engine puts out 5-6HP (horse power) and has a top speed of 25-35MPH (miles per hour) stock.

Are 4 stroke bike kits better than 2 stroke kits?

The 4 stroke has more torque and is a lot more quiet. There is a oil reservoir so you do not have to add oil to your gas which means you can pull up to a gas station and pay the $2.00-3.00 USD to fill up ( good for about 75 miles). 4 strokes don’t heat up and you can pretty much ride them forever.

What can you use a chainsaw motor for?

Typical Projects With a Chainsaw Felling trees within the chainsaw’s operating diameter. Cutting (or bucking) fallen trees into smaller sections, either for firewood or disposal. Pruning large branches from trees. Cutting pruned branches into small sections for composting or disposal.

Who invented chainsaw?

In the late 18th century, 2 Scottish doctors, John Aitken and James Jeffray, developed a prototype of the chainsaw—familiar today in the timber industry—for symphysiotomy and the excision of diseased bone. The design of the chainsaw was based on a watch chain with teeth that moved through the use of a hand-crank.

How tight should my triple clamps be?

Generally, something around 16-18 ft/lb for the top clamp and more like 12-15 ft/lb for the lower.