Batavus hs 50, Morini Cylinder ???

Gary Flowers /
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Added me a new girl to my stable this week, Batavus hs 50, shes missing most of the clutch components and both engine side covers, but other than that it's all there. I know its going to suck trying to find all the clutch components so I instead started looking for big bore kits lol, I found this from Motomatic converted from Morini M1 kit. https://www.treatland.tv/motomatic-batavus-M48-airsal-43-5mm-60cc-cylinder-p/motomatic-batavus-cylinder.htm but it's out of stock.

It looks like just a machined aluminum spacer and opening the head stud holes, simple enough, I can do that all day. This opens up a whole range of options for the slow Batavus M48 engine. If any of the Morini case inducted cylinder kits will work and they are all basically the same, there are Morini cylinder kits all the way up to 90cc with H20 options from the racing scooter guys in the UK!

https://www.scooterworks.com/Malossi-MHR-Cyl-Kit-Morini?gclid=Cj0KCQjw06OTBhC_ARIsAAU1yOVIF-7k29dGYQltBjmsivh_VIgKf7vQoX8OfdtRVa4udBjpvq7U7UYaAi1jEALw_wcB

My question is, are Morini's all the same, or are the strokes different, what makes a Morini a Morini engine???

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