The product has a 12 months warranty. Please contact them first if you have any questions. They can help you solve the problem. The Jackshaft Kit is modified. For a gas motorized bicycle. The kit will allow the user to shift gears using the bike's standard rear derailleur. The parts list in the installation manual can be found here. The secret is the front freewheel, which allows you to start the bike with the pedals and not have to pedal the same speed once the motor starts. The package includes a Jackshaft Kit and Installation Notes. The ratios between 5.8 to 1 and 2.7 to 1 are what you will see when you look at the rear transmission assembly. This is like running a 58 tooth rear sprocket in the stock set up all the way down to a 27 tooth. This will allow you to hit top speeds in excess of 40 mph without straining your engine. The ratios between 5.8 to 1 and 2.7 to 1 are what you will see when you look at the rear transmission assembly. This is like running a 58 tooth rear sprocket in the stock set up all the way down to a 27 tooth. This will allow you to hit top speeds in excess of 40 mph without straining your engine.
👤It took me a week to get the bike functional after many trips to the hard ware store. I am disappointed in the kit's compatibility. It is functional if you spend 25 more dollars and a week or more on it together. If you don't have enough spare bike parts, you should order more bike parts from the store. If you want to do that, you need to put in a lot of time and effort and this is not for you.
👤The kit works well, but you will need a hammer to get the axel to run through the gears. I had to rebuild the gears that connect to the pedals because the chain on my bike wouldn't fit one and I had to put a bolt underneath the engine mount because the chain would skip over the gear. I recommend buying a spring loaded chain tensioner for this kit because it was biting into the frame of the bike. The kit is not worth 100 bucks. It does the job.
👤The crank is not functional anymore. I am an experienced crane/aerial equipment technician. It wasn't my fault. If you don't have instructions, send a photo book. It's possible to prove it. Better kits are available for a few dollars more.
👤I didn't like it because I had to modify everything, and when I tried to start the bike my clutch was slipping because of all the force you have to put on it. I thought I would put a pull starter on it, but the rope wouldn't recoil, and one of the fingers broke on the pull start. I have never tried it.
👤Trash is worthless. Most parts don't fit without modification and there are no installation instructions. Time and money are wasted. Don't waste your time with this kit.
👤usted tiene tener abilidad, todas las piesas encajan.
👤The guy selling it helps out quickly.
👤I contacted the seller about my issue with the product.
👤The motorized bike experience is really enjoyable.
Works on all new 2 stroke gas engine motor kits. Measure the size to make sure it fits your bike. If you buy an engine with a 32mm front mouth and stock engine with 6mm front and rear bolts, it will not work. The engine has a front mount mouth. Front motor Mount bolts are 8mm and rear mount bolts are 8mm. One set of front mount block,studs 8mm for front and rear,clamp,washer and nuts are included in the package. The product comes with a 12 months warranty. Please contact them first if you have any questions. They can help you solve the problem.
👤The kit needed 6mm instead of 8mm.
👤Did not fit my happy time motor.
👤The description says that the 888-666-1846
👤I used to have a good fit.
The mount helps you mount your bike motor to the bigger down tubes. The motor can be mounted without drilling through the frame. The fitting on the engine with the front mount mouth is 40mm. A set of front mount block,studs,clamp,washer and nuts is included. It is important to make sure that your engine front mount mouth is 40mm.
👤The mounting hardware arrived quickly. I didn't check my bolt size, and it was a little bigger than mine. My Seeutek kit was bought on Amazon about 3 1/2 years ago, and I think they've beefed it up a bit, seeing as my kit broke. mine was 70mm Double-check, so do yourself a favor.
👤It was a little odd in a zip lock bag. I now have the parts I needed after reading it.
AMSHMZ0162 is part number. It was made with the best possible specifications. The crankshaft centerline will be raised by.17" with the help of these plates. Made in Kansas from USA produced aluminum. The plates are M10 threaded, use the hardware included. Natural aluminum finish. Natural aluminum finish.
👤I used the best of both worlds when mounting an LS in my '51 Chevy Fleetline Fastback because of the adapters. I don't have to buy a custom oil pan because the base brackets that go on the frame gave me the ability to adjust rearward or forward. Applause for design.
👤These are very cheap and wonderful. The lm7 was bolted into the 72 c10 If your block has the low mount AC bosses on the passenger side of the engine block, then you only need to modify the mounts. I had to use the last set of holes to put the ls in the original engine location.
👤It appears to be very good quality. They fit well. Someone wanting to keep the ac on the ls motor is the only issue. The factory ac pump won't work with these, and you have to grind down one of the ac brackets, or the sBC mount, to get it to work.
👤The product does what the manufacturer says it will. This is a blessing for a LS conversion. I used it for my swap of my 1997 GMC Yukon GT from the 5.7 to the 6.0 engine.
👤The stock AC brackets did not work with these. For an LS swap from a 350 and don't want to use a new mount. If you use AC, you might have to change your brackets.
👤I love the products from ICT. This one arrived quickly and is what I need. The bolts look great, and it fit perfectly. I would wear the shirts and stickers everywhere I went. Thanks for the compliment!
👤I use many different mounts with these and always get my swaps where they need to be. It was perfect for the price.
👤If you swap into a car that doesn't have a clam shell style mount, you will need a shorter version of the mount to make it work.
👤Work great in my swap. You can use sBC mounts with your LS.
👤Works well. I was able to get the 5.3 into my 87 Chevy pick up truck. Modifications to my motor mounts were not serious.
👤The product arrived a few days before it was supposed to. The finish will look great on the LS. Just put it on.
👤I'm putting an LS in a Studerbaker. It's useful to have multiple locations for the GM mount.
👤The sBC pocket mount brackets do not fit into the relief properly.
Works with vehicles with 2 inch class 3 receiver. The rack is built to last and secured by an anti-wobble pin and a key lockset. It is not intended to support the weight of a motorized bicycle. There are mounts at the center of the bicycle. The anti-slide feet have rubber grips. Only an 8mm allen/hex wrench is needed for installation.
👤I focused on the bad reviews. There is a People were upset that it required an 8mm wrench. That's the standard for kickstand... So... The new one might use the same tool as the old one, but you will need it to get the old one off. There is a People said it was too tall. It's beyond their ability to read how tall the thing is before ordering it. There is a The kickstand was too close to the ground. This is a reasonable complaint for people with no tools. Use a tool to grind the wings. I own 3 of these and they are all on motor assisted bikes. It's a good investment to have those bad boys stand up. Not intended for motorized bikes. The stock kickstand is not for the bikes.
👤I like the idea of a motorcycle stand for my bike. A normal kickstand wasn't cutting it in my gravel driveway. It works well for holding my bike. The stand hangs when not in use. It folds away from the standing position. A motorcycle stand folds up 90 degrees when not in use. This thing folds up 45 degrees when not in use. It gets in the way. I can still ride if I don't lean too much left or right. The legs catch on the ground if I do that. I'm sure this would catch hard and I would crash if I were to lean more. This would be a home run product if they could modify it further.
👤I bought this kickstand because of the positive reviews. I'm not impressed after putting it on a bike. There is a There is no easy way to make this height-adjustable without a tool. The wheel is lifted off the ground by the kickstand. The main reason I bought a kickstand was because attaching a trailer is impossible. It would be difficult to cut off a section of tubing from each side without cracking the feet or having one leg longer than the other, but I suppose you could pry off the plastic feet and cut off a section of tubing from each side with an angle grinder. There is a The kickstand is 2.5 inches from the ground in the up position. It might be possible to raise the kickstand by grinding away metal near the hinge, but this shouldn't be necessary. The 8mm allen key is not a very common tool. I'm not sure why they didn't use a bolt. There is not much to stop the kickstand from pivoting. The top of the stand is made of metal and the backing place for the bolt is not. If the kickstand shifts too much to one side, the pedal could get stuck and make a dangerous situation even worse. I'm going to spend a bit more on a decent kickstand because this product is going in the recycling.
👤Having my bike stand upright will make it easier for me to fix it. I decided to take a break and sit on the bike. I shifted to the right to even it out after a few minutes because it was leaning to the left. I got off and looked at the stand after another few seconds because it was leaning left so much. There is a The left leg was bent a bit to the left. The mounting bolt was not loose. There is a This stand is made from the cheapest mild steel and is basically a piece of junk. Don't waste your money.
Product info. Product weight: 9.52 Oz. The TAV2/30 series was modified. The latest TAV2/30 asymmetrical series is a go-kart Torque Conversion. The asymmetrical type system can help bring your off-road machine back to life. The go-kart asymmetrical belt 669 is one of the highlights of the new belt. The life span of your Torque converter can be improved by using this elastic belt. The Quality Drive Clutch has a driver pulley and a bore driven pulley. They are made from two different materials. It can also fit for smaller systems. The Torque converter is compatible with the straight crankshaft. It can be used on go-karts and motorbikes. The full accessories include a 1 x 3/4" driver pulley. The pulley is 1 x 5/8". A plastic cover. A mounting plate. A driver belt. 1 x full mounting hardware. The full accessories include a 1 x 3/4" driver pulley. The pulley is 1 x 5/8". A plastic cover. A mounting plate. A driver belt. 1 x full mounting hardware.
👤The product has bolts for installation. If you buy a212 from Harbor Freight, you need FINE THREAD bolts to install, because the bolts provided are 5/16th Coarse Thread. The coarse thread bolts that come with it won't go in more than a cm. Pick up 1” 5/16th FINE thread bolts from the store.
👤If you keep the Torque curve in tact, you can ride up hills and around the track faster, when you hit the hard pack the engine will take over and you will be able to top speed in a shorter distance. It's more predictable and engaging with the converter, even though some top speed is lost.
👤Looks good. The cart is assembled. I had to disassemble because it was a motorized bike. It won't work for a motorized bicycle. There is a mount shaft. But won't fit. Not big enough to fit there. Can't use it. Other than that. Its ok.
👤The grate on the motor cover could have been better. The kids go-kart moves at 25% clutch with my 200lb butt at 15-20 mph.
👤This item is used to power a senior scooter. The seller made good on his promise and I am satisfied with the result. Excellent service and communication.
👤The bulge in the backing plate is caused by the lower bolt for belt cover resting against the frame, so we had to grind it down. I am happy that my little man lives his buggy and enjoys driving it. I want to buy it again.
👤I had to lift my engine up to install the wheel. One wheel drive gokart.
👤Half of the hardware is missing. There was no spacer. There are no lock washers. The bolts wouldn't thread makes me believe they were the wrong ones since they aren't the same ones in the picture.
👤The Princess Auto is an electric start engine. The fit is nice. We can get weird stuff from Canada. The metric bolts that were supplied to bolt the TorqueConverter to the engine fit well, but the crank shaft bolts that were supplied were too short. You will need to buy a separate bolt to attach the clutch to the crank shaft. I would be surprised if the clutch system was manufactured in the same factory as the ones that came before it. The supplied belt seems cheap so I plan on replacing it. I will update this customer review if the clutch does not hold up.
The package does not include the starter cup. The newest bicycle tool kit has a Torque Wrench. The kit contains everything the home mechanic would need to fix their bike. The tool kit has a very high quality standard and contains 23 items. It will help you to keep your bike in tip top shape. The set has a Torque wrench that allows parts to be fit to the manufacturer's recommended settings. The kit is going to save you money. Tough heat treated steel.
👤I only write reviews about products I think are deserving. I can honestly say that I'm more impressed than I thought I would be after using the Bikehand repair tool kit. I've used every single tool that I've had the pleasure of using. It's even better to think I only paid $170 for it. If I spent $170 on Park Tools, I would be short at least 1/2, but up to 1/3 of the kit. I can't believe they included all the tools they did into the kit, and still have it retain the quality it does, and that is to include the case as well. There is a It would be a mistake to leave out the case quality, because every tool I've taken out has snapped back into place. Bikehand nailed the quality and didn't undermine a major component in which they easily could have done. I can confidently say that this kit delivers confidence. Every time you whip it out, you can be sure that you have the tool you need. The tool you pick up will be quality. Do yourself a favor and stop researching. This kit is for sale. For the record, I did not buy off or reimburse anything for this review. It is my honest review.
👤The case is banded in one corner, so I gave this tool 4 stars. It looks like it was dropped in the warehouse, but the tools are perfect. Since I don't care about that banded corner, I will keep it, but I would expect better packaging and handling. There is a The tools I tried to tune my bike with were awesome. You can get almost everything you need to fix or tune your bike at home for less money than Park Tools. I just tightened the seat post to 5 nm with the Torque wrench, it is not as precise as the more expensive ones, but it is still usable. It clicked perfectly. The brake calipers were secured to the carbon fork and it was safe for carbon. The cassette removal tools work as expected. There is a Do yourself a favor and get this set for 199$. It will make you happy!
👤The tools are well made and should last a long time. I completely changed my speed. The tools were useful, but I still needed other tools to complete the job, so I got four stars. I bought spa 1 and 2 from park tools as I was not sure which I needed but I am a tool junkie anyway. The kits fault was not the fact that the cassette removal didn't fit, it was the fact that the proper remover is no longer made. The local bike shop had one in their tool collection but wouldn't sell it. The kit is sufficient for those with newer bikes. I believe in the quality of the tools and would purchase it again.
👤The metal rod pierced the screwdriver handle after the first use. Do you think this will be from a $200 set? I was not.
The BH-Motor magneto stator is for 50cc. The Kunray MY1020 Brushless Motor has an Electric Brushless DC Motor, a Full Copper coil, and a high quality more long life. The motor has a rated power of 3000W and a current of 45A. The BLDC controller has 48V, Proctect Vol 42V, Power 3000W, 24 Mosfet, Current 50A, Phase Degree: 120. The handlebar has a twist Throttle. The Universal Accelerator Handlebar has a Throttle Twist Grips. The reverse functions and wire length are included. The material is high quality. The suit includes: Electric Scooter, Mini Electric Motorcycle, Razor Push Scooter, Ebike Bicycle, Go Karts, E-bike, E Tricycle,Mid Drive Motor Kit, Complete Set,DIY Engine System, and more. What you get is a motor, controler, and a manual.
👤If the builder knows what they are doing, this motor is very powerful. There is a The builders who have used this motor say they are disappointed. They weren't fully aware of what it could do because of the incorrect install. This motor can produce enough performance for a 300lb rider to reach 55mph on a Razor MX500, if set up properly. It is powerful enough to do a wheelie and throw a 300lb rider off the back with no issues. Yes... FLING... A 170lb rider on a Razor RSF 650 is going to get to 66 mph on a flat road in subpar conditions. A quad to 37mph, a Pocketmod to 49mph, and an SX500 to 58mph are not stable. There is a There were 8ah batteries. The original #25 chain and rear sprocket were used for these speeds. There are some things that are CONS: The package that this seller sells seems to be the cheapest one. The motor stand on the bottom is what "foot" means. It doesn't mean foot pedal. It doesn't translate. Most things don't translate. It's easy to understand or at least figure it out. The wires in the harness can be mixed up. If your motor is not running in a straight line, you should move the hall sensor wires around. The colors are green, yellow, and blue. The 3 speed switch wires are often messed up, so you have to switch them around to find the correct one. You don't have to use all the wires. They are not very good. Cut them off and get some other things that would be better. There is a The seller gets 4 stars because they are very good with customer service. There is a It is worth it. You will have to ignore the people who say it's bad because it's in Chinese.
👤Plug and play. I've been pushing the motor hard on this 2x2 vintage Rokon trail breaker. The batteries are wired in series with a standing voltage of 82.3
👤My Razor RSF650 can go up to 45 mph on a flat surface and 40 on a slight uphill. It's a trip that keeps up with traffic. The kit has sprockets. It is ok. You could get better performance with a larger rear sprocket. I would say this kit gave me what I wanted. Installation was relatively easy and I was surprised at how compatible it is. You need to have an idea of what you're doing. I read all the reviews before I bought this and I'm pretty sure that everything negative said was either something not installed correctly, not connected, or issues with the battery not this kit. The 54 tooth rear sprocket has been swapped for a 62 tooth one and the top speed is now 35mph.
👤The product is not damaged. I got it to convert my bike. The mechanics and electronics are all working for me. I don't know what the hard boot wires are for because I tried to start it but nothing happened so I disconnected it. The motor controller doesn't do electronic breaking, so I needed to mount the motor so the sprocket was on the left side of the bike. When the motor controller is first disconnected, I'm going to have some relays in series to connect the three phase rectifier back to the battery. I haven't tested it yet. The direction of the motor's spin is important because the controller does not allow full speed in the reverse mode. You need to do the same thing to the leads of the holifex. The holifex has a lot of cords. There are two red and two black ones for power and the other three correspond with the main motor inputs. I changed the color of the motor. I tried it on the holifex and it didn't work because they didn't correlate the color of the wire in the holifex with the color of the motor, so you might have to cut a strip and try all combinations. You have to wire it to go in the other direction. The wires from the controller should be cut. The Chinese on the handle is a complaint. It's easy to remember once you try them all. If you want other people to know, you can take a Sharpe marker and Mark 123 and FR on the switches. 1 min to do all of that! When I get a battery with enough power, I'll add some statistics, but a 5p 12s battery got me to 15mph on a road with a low setting. Med and high seem to try and stop. I think my bms are controlling the controller. I'm going to test it, but someone said it could get you up to 60mph. There is a It can be hard to figure out the wires coming from the motor controller. I'm going to make a completely new battery that will be 20p by 20s, and I'm going to make it in four separate packs, each with 20 rows of nickel, to give me the maximum amount of nickel to spread out. I'm going to use 20s bms. If you want to make your own regenerative braking on top of the rectifier, you'll need a 1500w boost conversion with constant voltage control. The solar panel can be plugged into the boost conversion to charge the battery. If you want to charge the battery with a wall outlet, you can get 1100w for 30 bucks, but you need to research ahead of time how to turn it on. You might want to look into a step down from 72v to 12v to power low voltage equipment. I would suggest getting the step down to 12v and then a 12v to whatever you need because a lot of DC stuff uses 12v. A battery power output monitor is a good idea to keep track of Watts and battery voltage. If you're going to use this motor, it's probably the cheapest one for the wattage, but the in wheel motor is a lot more compact and takes up less space in the frame of the bike that could be used for battery. I just learned how to make an in wheel motor and I think I would probably make my own motor and motor controller, even though I don't know a good source of cheap coated copper wire. This is probably the best option for the average Joe, but they should buy a chain tensioner. It will save a lot of trouble if you just do it.
The phone holder is made of tough and stretchy silicone bands and can be stretched to fit all phones. Common brand cases are compatible. The Universal Handlebar Phone Mount is suitable for all 18-35mm handlebars. It is easy to remove the Silicone Buckle from the handlebar, it will firmly grip the handlebars and stay stable. Superior protection design. The bike phone holder has a one-piece design, complex manufacturing process and meticulous assembly. The phone can be prevented from colliding with a shock-Absorbing Silicone Pad. Soft silicone mounts won't cause any damage to your phone. Full Screen Friendly: rotation and full screen friendly. The curved silicone bands that never blocks the face ID, light sensor, home button and finger sensor are suitable for all screens. The cell phone holder allows you to view the phone from a variety of angles. 5000 stretching lifespans with high-quality silicone materials secure the functional reliability of the phone mount for years. Please let them know if you have a problem with the product you received.
👤Terrible. It's not that big so it can slide around in the mount. When it mounts to my bike, it's a flop. Absolutely terrible would never buy again and would never recommend anyone to anyone. I feel like the strap is going to break the plastic tab on my handlebars because it's pulled so hard. I can't see my screen because my phone flopped down when I put it in there. Absolutely worthless. I would love to return it. I threw the package away. After writing this review, I received an email almost every single day for almost two months from different email addresses asking me to remove the review and offer me different amounts of money to do so. They were relentless in their pursuit of it. I kept my review here because I didn't accept the money. This is not a good company to do business with.
👤I ordered the phone mount when it was on sale for 10 bucks. I wanted a quad lock that fit on the stem and not on the bars, so I looked at quad lock and rockform. I decided it was worth a try because I wasn't ready to use a quad lock kit. I didn't hold out much hope when I took it out of the box. It's small, and doesn't look much at all. It works better than I thought. I ride a lot of crappy roads so I expected a lot of shaking and vibration, but I got nothing. It's a solid mount and it holds my phone well. I have it in a otter defender. I was pleasantly surprised after several rides. I'm giving it 4 stars because it does attach to the stem on the side instead of dead center where I would like it to go. It's not noticeable when the phone is in. None of the clicks sits straight, but it has a click notch with a 360 degree ability. Two small things that I don't pay much attention to. I made a picture of it's slightly offset mounting.
👤I've tried a lot of phone mounts for bikes, but this one beats them all. It is easy to use and large enough that there is no stress on it when using a large phone. I've been using one for over 1.5 years now, at least 12 times a week, just to compare Finn mounts. There is a The first sign of wear was the top middle section of the silicone "strap", which I had to stretch back away from the notification bar of the phone, because it started cracking. I don't worry about it, even when it eventually fails, because I have experience with other mounts of this type, and they don't make phones fall out. The phone is not centered on the handle bar, which makes it spin around the handle bar on bumpy roads, and it shifted forward, which I don't like. You still can read your workout data even though the pivot mechanism is a bit wobbly. There is a This mount is recommended by me. I just received a new model, although I love how the middle section no longer covers the screen, unfortunately they did it by shortening the middle vertical straps, this made it less stretchy and much harder to attach a large phone. This will shorten it's life span because of the additional stress it receives, and I think it will not last me as long as the old model. They shorten the strap that holds the handle bar.
Purchase with confidence because they stand behind their products and know it's a perfect fit. The package includes a black chain tensioner. Good quality. Your trust is deserved with safe transportation. Your trust is deserved with safe transportation.
👤It's better than the tentioner that comes with the motor kits. I got 2 of them, which was more expensive than one of them. I build every bike with these.
👤I took both of them with all the hardware. There were no complaints. It's a good idea to recommend it.
👤It works great, bit less fibration. It's easy to bolt on.
👤I bought the two pack for my motorized bike. I am still on my first one. The springs are strong.
5. The tool is for single chain bikes and motorcycles. The top end cylinder set and bottom end Crank Set are better adjusted before riding. The top end Cylinder Set and bottom end Crank Set have a connecting rod. Allen bolts on the motor; high hole Piston and Long connecting rod; wide front mount; 8mm bolts to front and rear bolts. Parts only, not a motor. 40mm alum intake stud spacing; Slant head; manual expelling; and a kit for the engine. Before assembling a cylinder, make sure the transfer ports are clear and the cylinder is screwed to the end bottom so the drill doesn't get through the end bottom.
👤I bought this motor because I thought my last 66cc would not last very long. This motor was purchased based on reviews for other motor packages that were for sale from this seller. The motor is a solid deal. It was not well packed, and part of the motor had busted through the cardboard. The packaged seemed undamaged. There is a The transfer ports are open and the casting is cleaner than my last motor. The intake port is clean and the exhaust port is close to a stock pipe, which is nice. The chrome lining on the cylinder looks good, but I'll have to see how it wears after a while. The cylinder head looks to have a low volume. The area between the headbolt holes and half of the combustion chamber appears to have been turned. I had to adjust my engine's three wire magneto as the gaps were not even. There is a The hardware that is installed on the exterior of the building appears to be of good quality. The head studs are the only caveat. These are like someone threaded a steel rod. The cylinder can't fit over them easily. My old motor was the source of the hardware I replaced them with. The provided head gasket got bent up when I tried to fit it over the provided studs. The other gaskets were of good quality. There is a I was lucky to spot a loose lock washer in one of the transfer port recesses before installing the cylinder, which was the biggest concern with the motor. I would have been a disaster if I hadn't spotted it. Always look for new hardware. There is a The mounting hardware provided was adequate and I upgraded from my last motor, M8 The front mount is made to fit a larger tube in the front, so the span of the bolts is wider. This may be standard fare for these machines, but it was new to me. The clutch arm is longer than my older unit, so it's easier to use, and it's nice that the arm is bent. I mounted it and wired it up, making sure all the bolts were tight. I installed a high comp head, copper gasket, and a previously tuning Dellorto clone car. The bike has a 32t sprocket. The motor is easy to start, and it has a responsive mid range. I haven't taken it over 6000rpm yet, but it's pretty good. It feels similar to my old, windowed cylinder/reed valved motor with stock pipe. I am happy with the motor so far.
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