Zombie Zena

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by Zomby Builder, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. This is my 1st Proto for elimination of one of the rear drive chains. 3 chain design. This is not easy from scratch in your garage. At least not for me....

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  2. Herrmanator8

    Herrmanator8 Guest

    very interesting, i woulda never thought of that mechanism. nice rims, the color is great for that bike, what kindd of motor is that?

    jon
     
  3. Very nice ride :grin:

    Can we see a close up of how you setup the chainage?
     
  4. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    details and pics puleeze !!! :D :D
    very tasty ride Zomby 8) 8) 8)
     
  5. wavygravy

    wavygravy Guest

    zena

    oh man dude ya gotta send more close ups of that drive train ! i think you may have started something there!!you rock!!
     
  6. davidsis

    davidsis Guest

    Drive train

    YA, WHAT IS THE DEAL WITH THAT TRICKED OUT DRIVE LINE. PLEASE EXPLAIN.
     
  7. Bill Snow

    Bill Snow Guest

    What have you got there? Certainly looks interesting, I too will be following with interest as you progress.
     
  8. OldPete

    OldPete Guest

  9. This has evolved a little but same idea

    Jack Shaft with 1 final drive chain, pedal chain on freewheel, motor drivechain on freewheel.[/ATTACH]
     

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  10. drimpact

    drimpact Member

    Nice setup. Lokks like is is designed for the long haul.
     
  11. that is a very elegant design!
     
  12. Haggard

    Haggard Guest

    Man , that,s a beautiful thing you got there.
    I've been trying to come up with a way to do something similar for months.
    Have used jackaxles plenty in my builds but all were rigid.
    How the heck did you get TWO freewheelin sprokets attached to one fixed? and if you could , where did you get the parts , or did you make the parts?

    HATS OFF TO THIS MAN>

    Again , very impressive

    ~Haggard~
     
  13. School of Hard Knocks

    There is a close up pic of the two sprockets screwed onto one freewheel adapter on my thread Zomby Zack (wild in the street) There is one (inside) that is not a freewheel it is a solid screw-on. The other (outside) is a freewheel so even though they are mounted on the same adapter they work independently. I bought the solid from Staton-inc. Most of the other jack shaft parts are from there too. I got a jackshaft kit to build Zack that was less expensive from gocartsupply.com You still need adapters but they are common parts.
     
  14. Haggard

    Haggard Guest

    sure appreciate it Zombie . I'll check your other thread . Might get a little more insight
     
  15. Jim H

    Jim H Guest

    Phi Zappa Crappa!
     
  16. Zomby Frank

    This bike has been re-named three times and rebuilt at least 5 times.... This is the same FRAME.... Just went through some evolution.

    This is the original 80 cc kit. Zomby Hoof


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    This is the second/third/fourth/ round finish. Zomby Frank A tribute to the one & Only Frank Zappa. The fourth version had the engine swap.

    Finished_FRANK right 2006.jpg

    This is number Five - my wife drove it once & decided she was queen of the highway so Zena was a keeper.

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    Not much chance of any more changes to this one.
     
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  17. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    :cool:

    you realize our "white zone" (off-topic area) is my tribute to frank?
     
  18. Dudes...that drivetrain....GEARS!
    Imagine a beefed up rear derailerer in the back with a beefed up 7 speed cassette.
    Imagine the possibilities.
    That is a sweet design.
     
  19. Dude, that is one sweet lookin bike!
     
  20. Tanks!!!!

    Tank or No TANK??? Reg-Motoredbikes.com Only Please.....
     
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