Honda GY6 Pusher Motor

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by brett_maverick, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. brett_maverick

    brett_maverick New Member

    Does anyone here use a pusher motor to power your bicycle?

    I just removed the power unit from a wrecked scooter and sat it behind my bicycle. Its a Honda 49.5cc GY6 clone; model 147QMD. It has a 10" tire and looks to be the perfect height to easily mount it to the bike frame.

    The kids here are wrecking these scooters like crazy. It's always front end hits leaving the engine intact. That makes obtaining a power unit an inexpensive proposal. I'm really not into going really fast: but these things should really scream down the road.

    Any thoughts/comments would be greatly appreciated.


  2. stude13

    stude13 Active Member

    hi; its a great and easy way to go. search pusher, good ideas. welcome
  3. sjackson

    sjackson Member

    the chinese GY6 clones are pretty decent. Next to bikes, scooters are there number two mode of transport, so they've got these engines down. got any pictures of it?
  4. brett_maverick

    brett_maverick New Member

    I'll post pictures as soon as possible.