OCC Chopper, Schwinn (with pocket bike motor??)

Discussion in '2-Stroke Engines' started by stealthc9, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. stealthc9

    stealthc9 Member


    so im thinkin about getting one of these. they have a cvt transmission.

    i'd have to do custom mount and get a custom sprocket made....

    what do u all think??

    i'd imagine they have more tq then an "80cc" bike kit motor.
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2010

  2. Alaskavan

    Alaskavan Guest

    Probly a lot more reliable/dependable, too.
  3. stealthc9

    stealthc9 Member

    i've rebuilt these engines ALOT. and they are made to take abuse. But since it's gonna go on an OCC schwinn Stingray I want to have a motor with the tq to push it.

    my main thing right now is im gonna need to make sure it'll fit between the bicycle crank arms
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2010
  4. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

    I like the look of it, but I gotta agree with you; it does seem very wide.
  5. Put a wide tire on it!! 24 inch by 3 inch
  6. stealthc9

    stealthc9 Member

    it has a wide tire on it....
  7. tskrem

    tskrem Member

    ive always wanted to do something like this.. but dont want to buy a new bike... was thinking of making 1 with my new arc welder.. so i could hopefully make it stronger. keep us posted.
  8. stealthc9

    stealthc9 Member

    i got the bike for $50
  9. james65

    james65 Member

    occ cvt

    How much does a motor/cvt like that cost? Where can it be purchased?
  10. stealthc9

    stealthc9 Member

    about $90 shipped on ebay
  11. stealthc9

    stealthc9 Member

    i'm also trying to figure out if I can change the main drive sprocket on the engine to one from a motor bicycle, because the pocket bike motor takes a chain for a regular bicycle.
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2010
  12. Nuttsy

    Nuttsy Member

    2 points of interest:
    1- that is NOT a CVT transmission. Nothing wrong with it; just not a variable setup.
    2- I'm running BMX chain on my CVT to a rear Grubee hub/sprocket. Works fine. chain seats deep on the sprocket. Regular bike chain is fine and strong! You don't need the 41 or whatever 'heavy duty' stuff that's out there. 8mm works fine too.
  13. stealthc9

    stealthc9 Member

    oh my bad...ur right its not a cvt. reguardless. I dont know if im gonna go for this or not. Because I am on a budget right now, and I need someone to fab up some mounts for me.