It depends on the size of the rear wheel, how you want weight distributions, and how much tire scrub you want. Standard location is at the leading edge of your tug's rear wheel. On a mini-bike with a 14" wheel, that is no more than 7". Race hacks run as much as 15".JustinLonghorn said:Standard wheel lead for a hack is 8-12 inches.
I love it. I think any of the small cc Hondas are popular pit bikes, and the twin shock ones have some special love. But, the 100s are more popular than the 80s. It's way easier to get aftermarket bits for the 100s, plus the lighter cranks and more horsies. I have a 100 engine that has a trashed bottom end, but a good crank and a good top end. One of these days, I will pillage it for the crank and top end and maybe bore the 80 engine case going in here for a 100 sleeve to convert it to a 100.iatethepeach said:Somehow I missed Part 1 of this project. Now following with great interest.
This is my bro's XR80 from when we were kids. So these are popular as pit bikes?