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The right side is pedal assist with a free wheel.
The left side is motor assist with a free wheel.
The gearing is all math. My blueprint drawing calls out the sprockets and ratios. I ended up making my jackshaft output sprocket 9T vs 10T to gear the bike just a little lower. Perfect.
The speed is now 29.4mph at 4,200 rpm.
nice job ...yourthe only other person besides me that i have seen use that motor .
i did a jessie james chopper bike with the same engine ( sounds good ) .
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About those rear brake bosses?????
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Yes. I did make the rear brake bosses. Here is a tread I started showing how to make them.
Just put on my tank decals. Next is custom exhaust, heat shield / guard.
Here are some pictures of the right side of the bike.
I always seem to find something about a build that, 'if it were mine', I'd change.....There is NOTHING about this bike that I would change. Seriously, if it were to magically appear in my garage, it would look the same way in 10 years, 20 years.....
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Thanks Dr. T! I try to keep my creations clean and simple. That's the hard part right? Of couse using 3D CAD helps me figure it all out before I cut or weld a single piece of steel.
Over the last few weeks I finished the exhaust heat shield and primary chain idler. I noticed a huge difference in how smooth the bike transitions from a dead stop, to full clutch engagement, to top speed. Note that I now have a primary chain idler, (engine to jackshaft input) and a final drive chain idler. (Jack shaft output to rear wheel)
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