Interesting Find Lifan Engine Custom Frame

Discussion in 'Frame Mounted Engines' started by mslipac, Jan 21, 2009.

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  1. mslipac

    mslipac Guest

    They are selling for $1500 Canadian Dollars...may be picking up a black one!

    Engine: Lifan 70cc air cooled.Single Cylinder 4-Stroke
    Bore & Stroke 47 x 41.4 (mm)
    Control: Single Overhead Cam, 2 Valves
    Lubrication Pressure Lubrication
    Clutch: Automatic
    Transmission 4 Speed, Foot Shift, Auto-clutch
    Frame: Aluminum, Single Backbone, with integrated Fuel Tank
    Front Suspension top performance Fast Ace 90-125 mm
    Rear Suspension top performance Fast Ace Oleo-Pneumatic
    Front Brake: disc brake
    Rear Brake: disc brake
    Seat Height: Adjustable 650 to 900 mm
    Wheel Base: 1090mm
    Ground Clearance 265mm
    Fuel Tank: 1.2 liter
    Dry Weight 36kgs
    Wheels Aluminum, 20" Front and 18" Rear Available Colors: BLUE, SILVER, BLACK

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  2. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    well it's a fun looking little motor bike

    not motorized bicycle -- but -- motor bike

    with no pedals and a multi speed trans

    will not be what most are looking for here

    but for sure -- who wouldn't want that THING
  3. Revorunner

    Revorunner Member

    That looks like it would be a hoot to ride offroad.:):)
  4. HoughMade

    HoughMade Guest

    It looks "fun-sized" the same way they "fun-size" candy bars....I'm not "fun-sized".
  5. You'd be missing out on one of the best parts of the experience... building it. If you get into it you can really get creative. It also really helps when it comes time to diagnose and fix (that day WILL come). On the other hand, you could still get creative and be the first to transform a motor bike into a motorized bicycle (welding will be necessary).
  6. seca40

    seca40 New Member

    Last year my girlfriend and I took a trip to Moab Utah to go Mountain Biking. There was a guy on the slickrock trail on one of these and it climbs like a goat. He was also doing some trials stuff on it in the parking lot. It looked very well built and extremely capable.
  7. graucho

    graucho Active Member

    Yes it looks like a blast to try. I like the fuel tank set up. Also, it looks like it has stopping power with front/rear disk brakes.
  8. Barnfresh

    Barnfresh Member

    Not sure welding would be necessary, there are 4 heavy threaded bosses on the bottom of the Honda engine cases that are used to hold the footpegs on. I'm thinking maybe a steel tube housing the bearings and crank spindle that just bolts on???