adding reverse ???


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adding reverse ???

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how hard is it to add an electric reverse?


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On a GL1000? Not easy. The only "reverse" I've seen for bikes that weren't originally designed for it (i.e. 1500, 1800) use little rubber wheels that contact and drive the rear tire directly. I haven't seen one for sale in a very long time, however.
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thank you i have an idea of what to keep my eye open. havent thought of that.
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I usually just use my legs, sorry I had to.
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Re: adding reverse ???

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The Litestar Pulse enclosed "motorcycles" used a reverse unit that engaged the rear wheel as I mentioned:

http://www.autocycles.org/reverse.html


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