HF 79cc mounting plate found

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by Wheres my dog, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. Wheres my dog

    Wheres my dog New Member

  2. loquin

    loquin Active Member

    Good find. They have an article there about removing the governor from the 79cc engine as well.
  3. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Well-Known Member

    That's a great find. I may have to build something with an HF.
  4. DuctTapedGoat

    DuctTapedGoat Active Member

    Wow - very nice, that takes a good chunk out of the building process.
  5. chainmaker

    chainmaker Member

    That is just the mount plate. You still need the blocks that hug the tubes.
  6. leviathon

    leviathon New Member

    Rip off price for just the mounting plate.

    I got mine from ebay for $26 shipped.

    Built like a tank.
  7. Wheres my dog

    Wheres my dog New Member

    Share the wealth with the rest of us here...

    Who is the vendor and maybe a picture of it?
  8. leviathon

    leviathon New Member

    Just search boygofast on ebay.

    The guy has many offerings for motorbikes.
  9. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    the BGF mount is for a honda or hua sheng engine...
    the AGK plate has the holes offset so the HF engine's sprocket lines up with the rear wheel sprocket ;)

    you would need the guts of the BGF and the plate from AGK to properly line up a HF engine
  10. Wheres my dog

    Wheres my dog New Member

    What I really want is someone or someplace to take 1/4" thick plate and mill slots into it and let me call it a mounting plate.

    Would you believe how hard it is to find someone or someplace to do this for me???
  11. leviathon

    leviathon New Member

    Maybe an oversight on my part, but I would assume that folks on this forum have some degree of basic tooling, drill, drill pres, mini mill etc, to custom line the holes.

    This is a Mod Shop forum right ?
  12. Al.Fisherman

    Al.Fisherman Active Member

    You have to be kidding....right?
  13. rustycase

    rustycase New Member

    Holes in 1/4" plate are done easy enough with a hand drill.
    Slots for adjustment can be done with multiple holes, joined up with a file.

    It's actually easier than setting up the part on a mill to do the task 'properly'.

    1/4" plate on this class of engines is FOREVER!

  14. leviathon

    leviathon New Member

    Actually its the other way around.

    Your modifiying biclyes to perform a function that they were never intended to do and do not have basic machine tools or machine knoweldege to perform these tasks ?
  15. Wheres my dog

    Wheres my dog New Member

    I like leaving the lightwork ( making slots and filing holes ) to someone else...

    I like focusing more on the problems at hand