BICYCLE MOTOR FRICTION DRIVE KIT Honda GX35 35 cc 1.60 hp Four Cycle Complete kit



motman812

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I have a Staton Honda 35 friction drive on my 1981 Schwinn Cruiser 5 and it works flawlessly (about 600 miles in the last four months). I ride on paved, dry roads here by the beach and with the smallest drive I have decent low end torque and a top speed of 22 mph. In the last 60 days I've been able to ride two Whizzers, a Chinese two stroke and a four stroke Grubee Skyhawk and mine is much a smoother ride. It doesn't have the "soul" of having a engine between your legs but it's a smooth ride, doesn't leak oil and is absolutely dependable.
 

bicycle ron

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I have a Staton Subaru 33.5cc friction drive on 2 Micargi Mustang GTS, and a KK GT Dyno roadster. I've road them all for almost a year now with no problems and no oil leaks.They all goe around 30 MPH! It's not intimidation,It's dependability!!!!
 

bicycle ron

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The friction drive your looking at is a tire roller pressed on the engine and then mounted to the black housing that mounts to your bike's frame and sets on top of your tire.
 

bicycle ron

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These engines are not heavy at all period. The center balance is good. The only small problem that I had was the kickstand holding the bike up when not riding. All of my bikes are friction drive[5] And the original kicks on a couple worked fine,and on a few I had to go to my local bike shop and get a more heavy duty one.[5 to $10.00] A couple of my bikes I used 2 to be on the safe side!
 
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