4 - stroke Schwinn Stingray Chopper occ

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I'm starting my first build on a OCC Srltingray. Is there a special motor mount for the 4 strokes? Anything special needed? Debating on 2 or 4 stroke. Like the dependability of 4 stroke.
Just read the first page.... There I describe how I modified the original 4 stroke mount to make it work.
 


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Hey guys, easy spring loaded tensioner, out of the one that comes in kit... For these OCC Choppers, the 2 holes in frame are already there. I just cut a new spacer for the wheel of tensioner. Double nutted the arm to frame, just loose enough for free movement. I have two. Washers to align with chain.the other little clamp price goes on upper hole.then a couple nuts and bolts for spring to connect on...
 

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Easy spring loaded tensioner on an OCC Chopper.. out of the one in kit... using the 2 stock holes in frame. Arm is double nutted to frame with smooth movement. The smaller mount piece is mounted to top hole.. and a couple nuts and bolts for spring connecting..
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Hey, how's your paint on your engine cover holding up? Which paint did you end up using, krylon Fusions?.. I'd like to paint mine, and my belt drive cover... Thanks
 
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Hey, how's your paint on your engine cover holding up? Which paint did you end up using, krylon Fusions?.. I'd like to paint mine, and my belt drive cover... Thanks
Just regular spray paint for plastic will do it, it doesn't get as hot as the metal part of the engine, so paint holds quite well.
 

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True the parts don't get hot, its just that some plastics like polyethylene don't hold paint. Polyethylene won't take adhesives very well either. I don't know if these are ABS or poly...
I'll give it a try.
 

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I used the wide peddle arm and sprocket set that came in my kit to make my foot rests... Cut the sprocket down, and bolted it to the chain guard mount. (Even the smaller sprocket won't clear the engine cover on these 4 strokes on the OCC Choppers)..
 

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I used the wide peddle arm and sprocket set that came in my kit to make my foot rests... Cut the sprocket down, and bolted it to the chain guard mount. (Even the smaller sprocket won't clear the engine cover on these 4 strokes on the OCC Choppers)..
I like that! smart solution.
 

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Easy FREE front brake install... Sacrifice from an old bike if my daughter's... Cut it off with angle grinder, and thru bolted to fork... Definitely a big plus in braking... Will be putting an elbow bracket from fender to center hole on brake mount, since I had to remove front originals.
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