Where do I find this frame!?

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by swakefield, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. swakefield

    swakefield New Member

    hey guys so ive built my own 66cc Motorized bicycle on to a mountain bike from walmart and it works pretty good. Ive learned a lot doing it thats for sure! But Im planning my next build and i plan to use the gasbike.net 212cc death row engine kit. But I want to put it in a frame like this:
    Or preferabbly this:
    Is there a name for this frame? Or does somebody know where I can get one?? Thanks!

  2. crassius

    crassius Well-Known Member

    pics seem to be of 2 diff frames - first pic looks like a DYNO frame because of the extended & down swept tail section
  3. butre

    butre Well-Known Member

    first frame is a dyno moto glide, not sure about the second.

    dyno frames are incredibly strong and very good looking but they're also rare and expensive

    if you want a strong and reasonably priced frame that will fit a 212, look into getting a Felt cruiser

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  4. butre

    butre Well-Known Member

    I just did some measurements and with the tank removed and exhaust and carb moved you need a 17 inch long and 10 inch tall opening.

    I normally recommend against rubber mounts but it's definitely a good idea to isolate a predator 212, they shake like crazy
  5. bikejock

    bikejock Member

    That's a sweet bike (the first one with the Moneye's logo on the tank.) I have a Dyno Deuce (uses the same frame as first pick) with a 4 stroke on it & I love it too much to part with it. Wish they still made the frame & tires for it. I love Dyno bikes (before pacific cycles ruined everything Dyno) and they were the last to make really good stylish cruisers that fit the 4 stroke kits.

    Both bikes are awesome but I'm a sucker for those older Dyno Frames. Hard to find one in original good condition.
  6. MotorBicycleRacing

    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

    The top bike is a dyno built by Jeff Wolf aka culvercityclassic and Wolf Creative Cycles on Facebook.
    That bike has a 99 cc Harbor Freight motor and was never raced at Socal Motor Bicycle Racing events although Jeff did race dynos with 200 cc motors.

    Do not buy the Death Row crap mismatched parts.
    buy a $99 212cc from Harbor Freight then get the jack shaft and other needed parts
    from www.AffordableGoKarts.com