how can i build a motor bike with a chain saw engine : LUSENET : Junkyard Wars : One Thread

hi. right now i have a bike and a chain saw engine. and i want to put them together. my friends told me that it's simple.. they said that all you have to do is connect the bike chain to the engine. but it's not true.. the bike chain will not fit on the engine. what do i have to do to make it fit. or what do i have to buy. if i have to buy something where can i go. please help me if you can..thank you

-- john doe (, January 20, 2003


Have you thought about gearing boys...

I have all the answers at

-- Robert C. Arklie (, January 24, 2003.

go fuck yourself...then it should fit like a glove

-- michal j. balton (, April 28, 2003.

no you gotta fuck the glove.. then it should fit but if that doesnt work try an oven mit and if niether of them work make up a bunch of bullshit then get an army to takeover some thirdworld country. then youll be able to find someone to get it to fit just offer em some food. go world domination!

-- george w bush (, September 20, 2003.


-- mike hunt (, December 27, 2003.

who are you calling you racist piece of shit, step up and i'll kick the fuckin shit out of you.

-- lennox lewis (, April 03, 2004.

Well first you need to get a five speed tranny then hook it up to a 460 Ford engine then put it on the back of the bike using pipecleaners. Then us string to connect thetransmission to the sprocket. Then take the canuter valve out of the engine then put it in the transmission. then youll need some traning wheels for your balance because if you ask a question like this I dont how you can even walk out of the house with out hurting yourself.

-- Tom Thompson (, April 06, 2004.

who are you calling a worthless nigger asshole. i used to know this guy named pete and he would fuck you up the ass for sayin that because he was black and he liked to fuck people up the ass

-- horny bastard (, April 12, 2004.

lick my ball, then ill tell u

-- ak kh (, May 07, 2004.

Actually attached a chainsaw to an old mountain bike... it took a lot of gearing down using a couple of transfer axles... had to weld a bike small bike sprocket to the clutch...

be carefull, the cluth will burn out if you don't gear it down enough...

lots of fun, just don't kill yourself on it.

-- JP (, May 12, 2004.

If you are not mecachanically inclined I wouldn't recommend doing it yourself, if your friend says it is easy have him help you.

As for the people that just keep mouthing off maybe you should shut your yaps that is unless you are actually going to help someone, otherwise beat it glove fucker and smartass, we don't need your kind here, our just wasting our time.

-- Jason Hasman (, May 28, 2004.

k ur all clearly really big fags and have no life.. so shut all of you. your all being bold as ever and i dont approve of it i will repoting these messages to your vice principles and i will have you persecuted

-- bill boob (, June 08, 2004.

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