Fabian

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This trailer train heavy haul was performed in a video graphics "simulated neighbourhood environment" in 2001; replicating the full detail of a neighbourhood environment with surprising accuracy. The motor assist engine was cleverly photoshopped onto the bike, and a sound track was added to make the viewing experience seem more life like. This event never happened in a real suburban environment. It is completely fake, and only the use of clever video creation skills made it look and sound real.


 


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I'm sure it could handle the extra load :)
A little birdie told me that the engine was operating at 2,500rpm on the climb up the hill, and the reed valve intake makes all the difference for boosting low rpm torque.
 
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Far from hilarious, because the trailer train gets put to regular use hauling out firewood from areas inaccessible to a pickup, or car and trailer.
Sorry man, meant no offense. I just thought it funny to see a bunch of trailers following a bike like that :p
 

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I wasn't in any way offended, just putting the facts forward that the trailer train isn't a show piece, and actually gets used for hauling payload, and some of it has been on the heavy side, pushing the mechanical integrity of the drive-train and the SickBikeParts shift kit to the absolute limit.

Here are some pics with the trailer train hauling home firewood: http://motoredbikes.com/threads/more-heavy-haul-australian-style.46503/
 

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This is the gearing setup, which could only be achieved using the SickBikeParts Ultra Heavy Duty shift kit.
The other significant component in heavy haul capability is the dual range front chainwheel setup, and the chain stabilisation system.








 

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I had a 54t sprocket on a 20inc wheel top speed of 20kmh screaming if that and not likein it not tuned for it. but a stock good running 66cc 26inc wheel 36t sporket can pull my mate on his bike when he brakes down up a big hill at 50kmh 2 people iam 60 kg his 70 some thing plus 2 motor bikes helmets dirt bike. run up of course but still kept pulling to 59kmh top speed was 63kmh at the time . When I got a big adult chooper 66cc it goes better due to the heavy bike top speed 5kmh under the mtb 66cc but got there faster ran smother heaps I could feel the power kick in I didn't expect that. it all ways had a bad noise from new then it lost power and you could see burning on the motor crank due to not balanced form factory or bad Berings.. Believe this the back 4 Inc wide 26inc back wheel has worn the wheel bearings flat on one side like half a Bering gone cheap crap $400 bike in box with motor. That's home made tank and Lamborghini deablo blue Iam a car spray painter so I made it up the bike was black and had a spider Web in the frame I cut out
 

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