Years back, I started with a 2nd hand, 25cc Homelite had for $5.
Durn thing ran forever before the coil died. I'm glad it did tho; it
gave me an excuse to run a real power plant on my bike.
That's a big tank for such a tiny engine, but it likely lasted the
You can't tell me you didn't do a lotta pedaling.
It’s a 22cc Kawasaki engine normally used on a hedge trimmer . I did very little pedalling ( it could have don it ,with out pedals) but that we’re used mainly from a standing start to help in traffic especially from traffic lights
Show a few more detailed pics of how the engine is installed when you get a chance. Success is usually found in those small details.
-Friction drive looks like a great choice for use with those lightweight wheels.