I looked through the FAQs and did a search but could not find anything on this subject. Has anyone experimented with two rack mounted engines, front and rear wheels? It brings up all sorts of possibilities. An engine assist engine, small engine for street, bigger eng. for trail-off road use, added power for hauling loads or trailer, spare engine for long trips or back country traveling, could have the belt disconnected on one to stay in compliance with cc limits and can still pedal, less wear and tear on spokes if both wheels are driving, two completely separate systems so a complete set of spare parts would be available. I don't know how each engine would act if assisted by the other engine or if this whole scenario is even possible and that's why I'm asking about this. Both could be belt driven or friction/belt combo. Each could be geared differently. One engine could be left idling when in hilly areas to be used when needed. Are there any pros or cons or additional ideas? I am a 71 year old hunter and this would be extremely advantageous for me as I need extra equipment and often travel alone.
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