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This is a list of a lot of different moped & scooter engine strokes.  
 
This is a list of a lot of different moped & scooter engine strokes.  
  
You can use this to see what cylinder matches your engine closely.
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You can use this to see what [[cylinder]] matches your [[engine]] closely.
  
  

Revision as of 16:56, 10 June 2008

This is a list of a lot of different moped & scooter engine strokes.

You can use this to see what cylinder matches your engine closely.


37,4 mm = Morini scooter

39,0 mm = Minarelli AM 4 5 & 6 (Shifter)

39,1 mm = Peugeot scooter (Also Fox, Wallaroo and 103)

39,2 mm = Minarelli horizontal LC/AC and vertical scooter

39,3 mm = Piaggio scooter LC/AC

39,7 mm = Yamaha DT50MX shifter

39,7 mm = Kreidler shifter

39,7 mm = Sachs 50SW

40,0 mm = Derbi shifter (85 mm conrod length)

41,4 mm = Kymco scooter

41,4 mm = Honda MT5/NSR50/MTX-sh/MTX-ot/MB5/MBX50/MBX80 shifter

41,6 mm = Kawasaki AR50/80 shifter

41,8 mm = Zundapp shifter

41,8 mm = Morini shifter

42,0 mm = Minarelli RV4 shifter

42,0 mm = Sachs 504 and 505

43,0 mm = Gilardoni 43mm stroke cilinder (Minarelli horizontal LC)

43,0 mm = Simonini 80cc cilinder (Vespa)

43,0 mm = Parmakit 80cc cilinder (Minarelli horizontal AC&LC)

43,0 mm = Derbi FDS/FDX shifter

43,0 mm = Puch automatic

43,0 mm = Tomos automatic

44,0 mm = Parmakit 80cc cilinder (Piaggio AC+LC)

44,0 mm = Fabrizi 44mm stroke cilinder (Piaggio LC)

44,0 mm = Simonini 80cc cilinder (Minarelli horizontal LC)

44,0 mm = 2FAST4RACE 44mm stroke cilinder (Minarelli horizontal LC and Piaggio LC)

45,8 mm = Simonini 89,9cc cilinder (Minarelli AM6)

46,0 mm = Simonini 90,23cc cilinder (Minarelli AM6)

46,0 mm = Simonini 100cc engine (Vespa)

47,0 mm = Zundapp KS-80 (AC and LC)

50,8 mm = MT8/MB8 shifter

54,0 mm = Zundapp KS-175


Original from PuchForum.net

Translated by SchijnHeilig