Golden Eagle mid frame



Will'smotobikes19

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Think its best behind the seat you'd have to deal with belt length factor, making a motor mount, wide pedals and etc. You could probably bolt or weld the bracket that the clutch bolts to onto the 4 stroke kit engine plate. My belt just broke today but it was secondhand.
 

LewieBike

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The engine and clutch bell are far too wide and you would need a really long belt. They're mounted on the back because it works best there.

All the fumes and gas smells are behind you. The engines are forced air cooled and are loafing most of the time they're at cruising speed.

These are a real bike assist engine, you must pedal up to about 5~8 mph before opening the throttle as the tooth belts are not long lived with starting from a dead stop.
 
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