The enthusiast decided to upgrade the Ural motorcycle by equipping it with a Lifan engine. Thus, it was possible to significantly reduce the fuel consumption of the vehicle.
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Although the “Ural” is considered a reliable motorcycle, it is called “gluttonous”, because it spends 9-10 liters per 100 kilometers. The Russian fisherman tried to solve this problem by installing an engine from a Chinese walk-behind tractor on the transport, its capacity is 6.5 hp. The engine is combined with a transmission borrowed from the Dnieper. The shaft of the power plant acquired a centrifugal clutch. The enthusiast managed to reduce fuel consumption by up to 2 liters per 100 km.
At the same time, the maximum speed of the modernized “Ural” reaches only 40 km / h. The appearance of the recycled motorcycle leaves much to be desired, which the owner of the transport did not begin to correct.