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Hunt

Im Making Something Crazy

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Hello everyone my name is Hunt I have never used a forum site but I thought I would start using this one. So heres the topic I recently received a 95' Yamaha Virago 535cc for free as a barn find, now I thought of a crazy idea that i thought would be fun to mess with I also have a 110cc Chinese quad frame laying around so ive already started on taking the engine out of the motorcycle and figuring out how to fit it on the frame. The engine is shaft driven but I believe I have thought of a way to make it convert to a chain. Just wanted to post this and see what all of you had to say on the subject. And please feel free to drop some pics of your previous builds.

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! That's going to be pretty cool. 😁 Look in the Gallery, you may find some pics like:

 

 

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Thank you alot for the response! I enjoyed the pics and they helped me with some ideas for this build. Any other ideas/pics would be terrific.

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