4 stroke Quality?

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by ChipCruzer, Mar 12, 2016.

  1. ChipCruzer

    ChipCruzer New Member

    Hi, Want to start off by saying cool forum. Glad to see their are loads of people with the same interests.
    I'm a 2 stroke guy and have never tried a 4 stroke. I started off with a $99 ching chong kit and loved the thing. Enjoyed all the mods, an so forth. But I'm wanting to try out a 4 stroke, Iv heard a lot about how reliable they are and their longevity. I had a few questions that I'm having trouble finding the answers to, hope someone out their can shed some light.
    I'v found (2) 4 stroke kits that have an excellent price.

    http://www.gasbike.net/collections/...-drive-kit-with-huasheng-49cc-4-stroke-engine

    http://www.gasbike.net/collections/...al-edition-with-huasheng-49cc-4-stroke-engine


    My main focus is reliability and longevity, as long as I can cruze around 20 to 25 mph, I'm happy, so speed isn't a priority. Iv heard that it can be difficult to peddle with the 7G, bc it has no "freewill" like other kits? Is it any different with the chain driven drive? Can you damage the drive by excessive peddling, like in case your engine stops 30 miles from home? Would this 7G belt drive last longer than say the chain driven drive?
     

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