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Hey guys, I'm new to the pocket bike scene and have been browsing the forum for a month or so now but have never posted till now. I picked up a FS509 for dirt cheap and its in good condition but I'm not happy with the little 49cc 2-stroke. I have torn the bike down to the frame and am now considering doing a 110cc 4 stroke swap with a 3-speed semi-auto. I can buy the engine and trans for cheap but the only issue for me is that the chain is on the opposite side. I know that i wont be able to just flip the rear tire around due to the locking bearing on the hub. I have access to practically any tool or machine i would need to do this but i want to be prepared and have all the parts ready to kick it out in a day. Just wondering if there is a link to someone who has done it with pictures or if anyone has done it and can tell me how. Thanks!
 

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Your dilemma with the rear wheel can be easily solved....Most have welded the freewheel hub but in a vid from a former member here whos now into scooters he built one with an88cc then stepped up to a 114cc engine on his cateye....Its just ridiculous the way its so uncontrollable...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRn-2ZIoJJo

theres other members who get the 99 dollar 6.5hp ohv clone engines and remove the governors,,,with about another 50 bux and a handmade headder pipe you can have an engine with double the power

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5yJXiPoRv0
 

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Removing the governors on the Honda Clones or 4 strokes without upgrading their flywheels to a billet race style = extreme danger. point blank
 
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