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I have a razor MX350 and a PR200 with 1016 engines, What options are available for engines for these bikes ?, I have seen that the 1020 and 1050 do not take on the site without major changes.

Economical brushless options? Radio control motors?
 

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Yes, speed control I have for brushed or brushless motors; but due to space a 1020 or 1050 does not enter without making major modifications.
 

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Yes, speed control I have for brushed or brushless motors; but due to space a 1020 or 1050 does not enter without making major modifications.
Theres another option if you dont mind going 30mph...........

Take a variable voltage 1000 watt hub motor with 84lbs of torque and lace it into the rear rim.

In fact they already sell hubmotor built into 12" aluminum rims too..

Put a hub motor setup on the front rim wired-in in series and youd have the most craziest and unique MX350 that nobody has or ever built...

Even building one with just 1 rim mounted hub motor would be a build no-one has done...

Good Luck
 

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It was one of the options I thought with a Xiaomi M365 engine for example, I got to put 2500w and 50-60 kms / h, the bad thing is that I would lose the standard brake and only the electric would be left.
 

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It was one of the options I thought with a Xiaomi M365 engine for example, I got to put 2500w and 50-60 kms / h, the bad thing is that I would lose the standard brake and only the electric would be left.
This 3000 watt one comes with a disc brake rotor..

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32482622923.html?src=bing&albslr=201107356&isdl=y



Then you have one with a built in rear swingarm....

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32863485055.html?spm=a2g0o.detail.1000060.3.1ef339f6GjyLPM&gps-id=pcDetailBottomMoreThisSeller&scm=1007.13339.90158.0&scm_id=1007.13339.90158.0&scm-url=1007.13339.90158.0&pvid=d4fde604-698e-4204-943c-f1d1baa78168



If you lace the hub motor in you could add a hydraulic rear disc brake setup from an x7 pocketbike using either side of the hub...........




Theres plenty of different options and possibilities...….



Either way you look at it youre gonna have to modify something...Best route is to list all pros and cons to each and go with the best candidate for the task that gives the best bang for the buck.....Good Luck
 

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in that case im with CAM2 go with a hub motor then there is no belts or chain's to worry about

try to find a speed control with soft on or the tourqe might be a issue
 
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