Inidan - The Four Cylinder Moped!

Four cylinder, four stroke, what's the difference? But it was the only one, ever, to have that.

"Indian Ebay Auction":http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/INDIAN-AMI-50-FOUR-CYLINDER-MOPED-PARTS-BOOK_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ34240QQihZ015QQitemZ250252672940QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW

Title - INDIAN AMI-50 FOUR CYLINDER MOPED PARTS BOOK

Description - You are bidding on a copy of an archived Indian AMI-50 moped parts book. Every part is pictured with part # for this rare (ONLY 4 CYCLE MOPED EVER!) Indian moped , 33 pages , Happy Bidding!!

Re: Inidan - The Four Cylinder Moped!

4 cycle and 4 stroke mean the same thing.

4 cylinder is a motor with 4 cylinders and pistons, etc. No moped has that unless someone made it that way afterwards.

4 stroke has valves, and a seperate crank case oil. You don't mix the gas on 4 stroke motors. Most vehicles are 4 stroke.

Re: Inidan - The Four Cylinder Moped!

-Unholysmokers - Chad Ferguson /

Psssst, Deezy. I think he was poking fun at the auction guy :D

(at least I think he was)

Re: Inidan - The Four Cylinder Moped!

A-yup!

Re: Inidan - The Four Cylinder Moped!

Okay. I did think he must know better.

Re: Inidan - The Four Cylinder Moped!

Vimy Ridgeway /

So we just post jokebait now? I think Mr. Zackus was just trying to be helpful.

Re: Inidan - The Four Cylinder Moped!

man am i glad they didnt make a 4 cylinder indian 1 cylinder is enough of a pain in the ass

and no indian is not the only 4 stroke moped ever

Re: Indian - The Four Cylinder Moped!

Leon Swarmer /

four cylinder, four stroke Indian mo.oops

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Re: Indian - The Four Cylinder Moped!

yeah thats a real american indian not a 50cc taiwan made piece of shit with the indian name on it

Re: Indian - The Four Cylinder Moped!

Beautiful. I'd ride that motorcycle. Someone should custom up an Indian moped to look like an old school shovel head style motorcycle.

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