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The '''Puch Austro-Daimler''' (AD) was designed by Porsche in the 1980's. The bike came out the same year as the [[Puch Cobra]] and [[Puch Dart]].
 
The '''Puch Austro-Daimler''' (AD) was designed by Porsche in the 1980's. The bike came out the same year as the [[Puch Cobra]] and [[Puch Dart]].
  
[[Image:PuchAD.jpg|thumb|1984 Puch Astro-Daimler]]
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It was available in both a 1 speed or 2 speed automatic.
  
==Engine==
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[[Image:PuchAD.jpg|thumb|1984 Puch Austro-Daimler]]  
The AD engine was slightly modernized version of a normal [[E50]]. It has a needle bearing piston pin, three shoe [[clutch]], and the pedal sprocket goes through the engine as opposed to the back wheel.
 
  
==Components==
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== Engine==
''The insides of a  Puch Austro-Daimler Engine''
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'''1 Speed [[E50]]'''
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*The 1 speed AD engine was slightly modernized version of a normal [[E50]]. It has a needle bearing piston pin, three shoe [[clutch]], and the pedal sprocket goes through the engine as opposed to the back wheel.
  
[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Top.jpg|400px]]
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'''2 Speed [[ZA50]]'''
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*The 2 speed uses a [[ZA50]], with only minimal differences from a standard engine. Most noticeable is the cylinder/head, which has a different fin cut, an angled exhaust port, and a 3 stud intake mount.
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* In addition, the primary drive shaft is extended further out of the left hand side of the engine, and contains not only the drive sprocket but a 1 way ratcheting worm gear and pedal sprocket, which allows for pedaling by way of a short chain to the pedals shaft/sprocket. This mechanism transfers power to the drive chain which allows pedaling, and starting the motor.
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[[Image:chaindrive.jpg|200px]] [[Image:LeftSide.jpg|200px]]
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*Both engines use a 12mm [[Bing]] [http://www.bingpower.de/shared/images/datenblaetter/type15161718e.pdf Type 15-16-17-18 carburator]
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==1 speed Components==
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''The insides of an Austro-Daimler 1 speed E50 Engine''
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Top.jpg|200px]]
  
 
The top of the Puch AD Engine Case
 
The top of the Puch AD Engine Case
  
  
[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Drive.jpg|400px]]
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Drive.jpg|200px]]
  
 
Drive side of the AD Engine
 
Drive side of the AD Engine
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Clutch.jpg|400px]]
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Clutch.jpg|200px]]
  
 
Clutch side of the AD Engine
 
Clutch side of the AD Engine
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[[Image:PuchAD_Clutch_Interior.jpg|400px]]
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[[Image:PuchAD_Clutch_Interior.jpg|200px]]
  
 
The view from behind the Puch AD Clutch Cover. The component on the left of the image is where the Pedal Sprocket installs.
 
The view from behind the Puch AD Clutch Cover. The component on the left of the image is where the Pedal Sprocket installs.
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[[Image:PuchAD_Clutch.jpg|400px]]
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[[Image:PuchAD_Clutch.jpg|200px]]
  
 
The Clutch and Clutch Cover for the Puch Austro-Daimler Engine   
 
The Clutch and Clutch Cover for the Puch Austro-Daimler Engine   
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Clutch_Interior.jpg|400px]]
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Clutch_Interior.jpg|200px]]
  
 
The Interior AD Clutch Cover. The Sprocket on the right is the Pedal Gear.
 
The Interior AD Clutch Cover. The Sprocket on the right is the Pedal Gear.
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Halved.jpg|400px]]
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[[Image:PuchAD_Case_Halved.jpg|200px]]
  
 
The drive gear, clutch, and crank of the Puch AD Engine
 
The drive gear, clutch, and crank of the Puch AD Engine
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[[Image:PuchAD_Chains.jpg|400px]]
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[[Image:PuchAD_Chains.jpg|200px]]
  
 
The Pedal (left) and Drive (right) chains for the Puch AD
 
The Pedal (left) and Drive (right) chains for the Puch AD
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{{Puch mopeds}}
 
{{Puch mopeds}}
  
[[Category:Puch|Astro-Daimler]]
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[[Category:Puch|Austro-Daimler]]
 
[[Category: Moped Models]]
 
[[Category: Moped Models]]

Revision as of 17:39, 3 March 2009

The Puch Austro-Daimler (AD) was designed by Porsche in the 1980's. The bike came out the same year as the Puch Cobra and Puch Dart.

It was available in both a 1 speed or 2 speed automatic.

1984 Puch Austro-Daimler

Engine

1 Speed E50

  • The 1 speed AD engine was slightly modernized version of a normal E50. It has a needle bearing piston pin, three shoe clutch, and the pedal sprocket goes through the engine as opposed to the back wheel.

2 Speed ZA50

  • The 2 speed uses a ZA50, with only minimal differences from a standard engine. Most noticeable is the cylinder/head, which has a different fin cut, an angled exhaust port, and a 3 stud intake mount.
  • In addition, the primary drive shaft is extended further out of the left hand side of the engine, and contains not only the drive sprocket but a 1 way ratcheting worm gear and pedal sprocket, which allows for pedaling by way of a short chain to the pedals shaft/sprocket. This mechanism transfers power to the drive chain which allows pedaling, and starting the motor.

Chaindrive.jpg LeftSide.jpg

1 speed Components

The insides of an Austro-Daimler 1 speed E50 Engine

PuchAD Case Top.jpg

The top of the Puch AD Engine Case


PuchAD Case Drive.jpg

Drive side of the AD Engine


PuchAD Case Clutch.jpg

Clutch side of the AD Engine


PuchAD Clutch Interior.jpg

The view from behind the Puch AD Clutch Cover. The component on the left of the image is where the Pedal Sprocket installs.


PuchAD Clutch.jpg

The Clutch and Clutch Cover for the Puch Austro-Daimler Engine


PuchAD Case Clutch Interior.jpg

The Interior AD Clutch Cover. The Sprocket on the right is the Pedal Gear.


PuchAD Case Halved.jpg

The drive gear, clutch, and crank of the Puch AD Engine


PuchAD Chains.jpg

The Pedal (left) and Drive (right) chains for the Puch AD


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