Whizzers often fit tight frames by using a low fin head and welded mounts, but they're so tilted that the carb is not level, the echo pipe sticks way up in back and it looks way crooked. Not a good idea. There's plenty of nice heavy duty frames that it will fit comfortably into and look great. I have 2 in Schwinn DX frames and 1 in a Roadmaster. Like Whizzerbug says, you can't beat a Schwinn cantilever frame for the easiest fit.
If you already have a Worksman bike you should measure it and make sure if the Whizzer motor will fit or not. The process is illustrated in section 1 page 1 of the installation manual. Mine is a copy of a copy and the dimensions aren't very clear, but you can get the idea. Maybe another member can fill in the exact numbers.
No, don't have the worksman frame. I contemplated buying a complete worksman bike. It already has the heavy duty wheels. I like the looks of the flat bar for what I'm planning on building. I may look at the Sportsman (Worksman) loop frame as well. Thanks
Thanks, this is the style I'm going for, so the insistence on using the straight bar frame. I believe the CWC has a little more of a "hoop" at the bottom of the down tube. Worksman wheels and a Monark style springer fork.