Let's get the 4cycle engine kits!

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by Minnesota Hyena, Dec 23, 2006.

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  1. I have been looking on internet for Gru bee's 4 cycle engine kits.

    But i couldn't find a single seller.

    I could only find the sale for 100 bulk of them directly from Gru bee.

    If we get enough people who wants to buy it .

    maybe we can collect all the money buy them.

    Note: this kit requires separate purchase of Honda 50GHX engine which cost around 300 dollars i think

    Plus you will need big enough room for frame like this picture below


    Here is the website. take a look at them. they got couple other newest



    Anyone willing to pay post reply here i will start counting.

    we need 100 people.


  2. Tom

    Tom Active Member

    hahah, we only have 73 members right now...

    also, i was reading it and it said:

    * installation Kit only: end user customer supplies USA EPA approved 4 cycle 50cc high rev 2. 5 hp honda gxh50 engine;

    i wonder how much 100 kits are...
  3. :cry: I know that hopely someone with big money will buy all of them for us :p
  4. Tom

    Tom Active Member

    those are huge engines... will the pedals even clear it?
  5. it has the specially made wide crankset included for it's wide engine size.
  6. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    i would surely own one of those if i could. any 4-cycle engine can be turned into a fire-breathing monster w/the right tweaks.

    notice how all the pics of that kit hides the other side of the engine where the red or yellow plastic parts are? eventually someone'll come up wth a scheme to make it more visually appealing, as soon as there are enuff of 'em around to work on.

    maybe someday M-B.c's membership could negotiate a bulk purchase :)
  7. daveinblythe

    daveinblythe Guest

    did someone say 4 cycle?
  8. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    sure did!!

    please link us to the suppliers of that equipment 8)
  9. daveinblythe

    daveinblythe Guest

    the link would be .....me I built that bike 4 years ago when I lost my DL ....yea I can not drive anymore I have to ride "right" but most everything I have built I've gotten from internet photos and some plans and some good old fashion get off the butt and build drive from my wife Wendy telling me to go do something
  10. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    so...you're a re-seller/vendor?

    otherwise, please share the info, dude, we wanna know.
  11. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    daveinblythe, you have a private message, please read it & THE RULES carefully.
  12. daveinblythe

    daveinblythe Guest

    I'm not a reseller but I've built a lot of bikes my latest one is a chopper with a 10"wide 15" size car rim on the rear if you ever need help on a project send me photos of the bike and the motor and I'll run it thought my cad program and come up with something for ya......now for this bike I took a lawnedger motor Honda gx-100 put a centrifical cluch on it mig welded a 3.5" v-belt rotor on it then I made a jackshaft with a 5" powersteering pump v-belt rotor to a bike chaine ring from a 20" rear rim and the rear wheel is 6" 51 tooth from a old huffy frount chaine ring....and then some old fashion redneck know how
  13. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    hehe, i got plenty of the know-how, just not much in the way of resources to make it real, would really like to see some of your experienced-input on basic engine tweaks and maintainence. i know the beginner who finds us could sure use the help, that's one main reason we're here & growing so quickly 8)
  14. daveinblythe

    daveinblythe Guest

    you want a good like to some way cool bikes and trikes www.atomiczombie.com
    i get some cool ideas here
  15. dave you are a pro mechanic using CAD and all that... :eek:
  16. daveinblythe

    daveinblythe Guest

    I'm not by far a pro just a simple man, I used to build race engines at AMI in Martinsville, VA until I was hit by a drunk driver on my way to work one morning who by chance just happend to be in a state owned vehical so now I have a lot of free time on my hands and I love to use things that make building easier for myself
  17. Tom

    Tom Active Member

    drinking in the morning? that guy must have had a few issues...
  18. daveinblythe

    daveinblythe Guest

    after my attorneys were done with the state we had to move and move quickly :(
  19. bamabikeguy

    bamabikeguy Active Member

    Rescued for thatsdax 4 cycle discussion/sources/links 8)
  20. rcjunkie

    rcjunkie Guest

    Honda GX50 engine? Uh oh...I happen to have one of those lying around the house currently in use on my pressure washer. Guess I will be washing by hand this summer