GiantStone MB-Iguana

ocscully

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This is the start of a build thread for my first motored bicycle. The frame shown is a composite of two different bikes. The top tube, head tube, down tube, forward bb-shell and fork are from an early 90's Giant Iguana and the rear triangle, seat tube, seat stays, chain stays, and back bb-shell are from a 92 Bridgstone MB-4. The motor is a Honda GXH50. The final drivetrain has not been fully fleshed out but I'm currently envisioning a primary belt drive to a jackshaft and a secondary belt drive to the rear wheel.

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srdavo

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a great man once said......"can I ride it, when you're done?" (no...it was just me...:LOL:)

looks good!!
 
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RATRODER

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ocscully,all belt drivetrain honda? off the shelf bolt on bolt on parts would be nice. keep us up to speed.louis
 
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forrest

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Hi

Wow! Looks great, Thats going to have a nice vintage look. Keep us posted.

Forrest
 

ocscully

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Possible New Suspension Fork?

I Bought a very dirty Lightly used ProFlex 755 this past weekend for $20.00. Thinking about parting out the bike and using the Fork on this bike project.

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forrest

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Hello Ocscully


Do you have any updates on your project? Would like to know more about it.

Thanks

Forrest
 
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