Long Rear Motor Mount

Greg58

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I had to make that one so I could use a standard expansion chamber, I used parts and pieces I had, the muffler clamps were all I had to buy.
 

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Welp... this project goes on the back-burner (likely to be used with a 79cc 4-stroke eventually)...

Locally this went up on FB Marketplace for $75. I offered $50.00 ... he countered he'd do $55.00...

SOLD.

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The Phantom will fit on that!
 

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The Phantom will fit on that!
Sweet...Ya got a Hyper BC...I notice whomever had it, put an after market seat on it as well...It looks almost exact like the new one I just ordered an put on my Hyper just yesterday...The only difference it mine is black with red highlights to it that match my black and red fenders...lol...quite confortable too with memory foam and two rubber ball like shock absorbers under the seat...lol.

Ps...Ditch the stock fenders on it and maybe get something like mine as both of the tabs, fasteners, etc. that hold those on will snap off on ya under power just like mine did...Also that rear hub with the coaster brake will not last very long either...too weak to sustain braking and will heat up and fail on ya too.
 

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I notice the bar where the rear rim brakes would go has the hole facing the wrong way (for the fender)...

>argh<

I'm just having a hard time finding a proper mount to go disc with a vertical dropout and figured screw it... but even going rim will be a pain in the ass. I suspect that If I drill the oppose direction what's left will be quite weakened with holes drilled both directions.

:(
 

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I notice the bar where the rear rim brakes would go has the hole facing the wrong way (for the fender)...

>argh<

I'm just having a hard time finding a proper mount to go disc with a vertical dropout and figured screw it... but even going rim will be a pain in the ass. I suspect that If I drill the oppose direction what's left will be quite weakened with holes drilled both directions.

:(
Correct...This is what I had to do in order to do mine properly on a Hyper not only when I put the original Zeda 80 on but the Phantom 85 also is identical in instructions as well...The easy part was exhanging motors...I did not have to change or readjust anything just because of a different motor...The URL link below can guide you as to how I did it along with the other links that you would just simply follow.

 

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I read that link. The caliper set you recommend from BBR specifically state they are not for vertical dropouts and not to use them with them... I believe you used your own, right? Unfortunately, unless you know something I don't... the ones you link to won't work for me... right?
 

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I read that link. The caliper set you recommend from BBR specifically state they are not for vertical dropouts and not to use them with them... I believe you used your own, right? Unfortunately, unless you know something I don't... the ones you link to won't work for me... right?
These are the calipers I used...Just go back and forth as needed to those other links I gave you to find everything else you will need to use these calipers.

 

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