If you're looking for a stronger, more secure way to mount your 2-stroke motorized bike engine to a bike frame, look no further than the BBR Tuning CNC Universal Front Motor Mount. Made from CNC aluminum, these mount will help make mounting your engine a lot easier and a whole lot safer.
These mounts will fit frames with 1.5" tubing, which means you can mount your motor on nearly any cruiser or motorized bike frame around. Unlike your engine's stock motor mounts, the Universal Mount here doesn't require you to drill in to your frame with a t-bracket. You can use one for your rear motor mount, too, and get an even better fit.
If you're used to using a u-bracket to mount your engine, you'll be surprised by how much of an improvement this bracket is to your build. When you use this mount instead of a u-bracket your engine will no longer sit on a plate that's resting on your frame. This bracket will raise your motor off of the frame and actually give you a perfect fit, opposed to most u-bolts that can cause the engine to tilt when loosening from vibration.
One of the greatest features about these mounts is their customability. Once you put these mounts on your engine you have the ability to make your engine sit a little higher than it had with its stock mounts. If you've got a bike with a cranks in the front of your frame (like a chopper bike), you don't have to worry about getting custom chopper mounts. Just loosen the bolt in the center of the mount, angle your engine as needed, tighten the bolt back down, and your engine's ready to ride!
Mount Size: 1.5in. (38mm)
Motor Mount Bolt Size: 1.5-2in motor mount stud spacing
Compatible with most 2-stroke 66/80cc and 48cc motorized bicycle engines
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
It is so purdy, and cool looking, I had to give it 5 starz! Nicely made, Something is not quite right with the design, as far as fitment of the 2 mating parts- seems loose, and I would use a long stud and 2 nuts for the connection of both parts, the engine side is not wide enough, and the mounting holes do not line up with wide front motor mounts. I am thinking of using a length of pipe flattened strategically on each end and through stud/nuts on each side. Will elongate the engine side holes. So all in all, I think we can adapt this little beauty to work!
It's okay Was delivered quickly. Too much of a gap where the 2 pieces attach, was not able to actually tighten the mount in the middle. Also raised the motor so high that it won't even work, carb hits the top rail. Was also too small to fit on my beach cruiser frame.
Highly recommended came fastperfect fit Raised the motor higher but was with it took allot of vibration out of the build, sturdy, looks good, less worry about broken studs on the front motor mount.
the Manic Mechanic delivers! As usual, the Manic Mechanic delivers! This product is well worth it, and I'm in fact surprised that there are still any in stock, the way his stuff usually sells out and all. Yes, as you can tell I'm a fan, but there is one aspect I would change if I had the ability and skill of this fella: lower profile! The engine sits way high in the frame with this, so you'd better have a big bike. For fit, center-of-gravity issues, and asthetics, it needs to be slimmed down a tad. but it does grab the frame perfect, and looks awesome, in my opinion.
These mounts are without a doubt durable enough to get thru the apocalypse. These mounts are without a doubt durable enough to get thru the apocalypse.Bad news is they will not fit any engine with a 48mm mounting flange such as the mighty PK-80. Soon enough most all engines will be coming with the larger front mount (48mm++) in order to mount to the bikes being made today.So if you are using an older engine with the small 40-44mm mounting pads, these mounts are for you. Anything larger and youll have to mock something up to use these for front mounts on your engine.