One: Honda GX25 25.3cc 1.10 hp Four Cycle Engine with engine manual.
One: Custom made 60" long throttle cable with the small lever & #16 mini hose clamp.
Four: 8” long Black Nylon ties to secure the throttle to the frame.
Two: ¼” x ¾” x 15” long Aluminum flat bar, CNC machined and Black Anodized.
One: Alloy Skewer - Quick Release, 5 mm -.80 x 161 mm with channel spacers and hardware.
One: "U" Bracket with backer plate, zinc plated with hardware
Four: 6mm x 1.0 x 35 mm Hex Head Bolts.
One: Engine spacer 3” OD x .70", steel, zinc plated.
One: 54 mm Clutch Drum with 12 mm x 1.50 Female right hand threads.
One: Remote push button stop switch with connecting end (s).
One: 1/4" thick Aluminum Extrusion channel that is CNC machined and Anodized Black.
( not a bent thin piece of steel like the others that have tried to copy my product )
Two 5/8” ID x 1-3/8" OD x 7/16" wide High Speed Double Sealed Ball Bearings with retaining ring.
We use one High Speed Double Sealed Ball Bearing on each side of the Drive Roller to support it and remove all the pressure off the engine.
Most customers will need to order the .930" or 1" Max OD drive roller with 12M x 1.50 RH female threads.
What Drive Roller should I pick?
The .930" drive roller is good for riders over 250 lbs and / or if you have lots of hills with a top speed of about 22 mph. Mostly used with engines 1.10 HP and Higher.
The 1" drive roller is good for riders up to 150 lbs and some hills top speed is about 25 - 27 mph.
If you want LESS top speed, more pulling power for hills and bucking the wind pick a smaller drive roller.
If you want a FASTER top speed, less pulling power on hills and bucking the wind pick a larger drive roller.
Keep in mind the larger the drive roller you will have to assit pedal the bike up hills and high winds.