Hello. As in the topic, I have a question about the engine for this frame. What engine to use, I can see that the chain is pulled up. The buggy is intended for commercial use. No madness. It can drive slowly but has power. best regards
I don't know what frame, but air-cooled two-stroke engines are the best, then four-stroke ones. Because they are the most compact and can work without a lot of accessories. Once the best engines from the Trabant, then the toddler. If it needs less power, some motor from the motorcycle will come up.
Before I advise anything, I would ask my colleague @ Kancer2 , to explain to me the principle of operation of the rear suspension of this "vehicle" and the sense of installing a single shock absorber in this way. Also to suggest how braking is done and where are the brakes of the rear wheels? deigns to forgive, but this construction is simply shocking with its primitivism and technical thoughtlessness.
This frame is for sale by my neighbor, her husband made this frame. Unfortunately, he ended up in hospital and I don't know the rules. I want to sell it and I don't know whether to buy it, but I don't know what engine. I can see there is a chain. I don't know if it won't be too expensive to finish this
There seems to be one-way clutches in these drums. It reminds me of an old rake from the so-called gaffers. I think that the author of the idea applied it, but he could bring his own idea and rewrite it to work in the age of the differential system . Hmm ...