And how does the 62 cc perform? (Not the 67cc/"80")

mekano

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How big is the difference (power, speed and so on) between the 62 and 67/"80" cc type of engine?
I bought a 62 cc with the bearings, bolts and other things in mind (heard of the seller that they arent the best quality), but now I´m starting to regret this.

/Mekano in Sweden
 

Bikeguy Joe

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I have one.....I can't comment on performance compared to the 69cc and the 50cc which I have, because I haven't run it yet.

HOWEVER....the bearing small end can be problematic. I have read (and seen for myself) that the bearing in the wristpin is fragile and very ill-fitted.

Good luck and keep us posted as to how it goes in the long run.
 

Motoschwinn

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How big is the difference (power, speed and so on) between the 62 and 67/"80" cc type of engine?
I bought a 62 cc with the bearings, bolts and other things in mind (heard of the seller that they arent the best quality), but now I´m starting to regret this.

/Mekano in Sweden
OK here's the deal, you own the motor, so mount it up, break it in easy and ride the damn thing... You never know with these motors! I got over 3000 miles on mine and it has the old bushings... So just fire it up and go!!
 

brisbane_boy

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OK here's the deal, you own the motor, so mount it up, break it in easy and ride the damn thing... You never know with these motors! I got over 3000 miles on mine and it has the old bushings... So just fire it up and go!!
Here Here. That is wat i did with my 1st motor. it was a 1st generation and lisened to my old man. " if it isnt broke dont fix it"
All u will end up doing is braking it.