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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Bikeguy Joe, Dec 2, 2008.
Sounds like the old way - 73 cm³. Or today, 73 cc.
Wow Joe. Awesome find. You are on a roll lately. Can you send me a powerball lottery ticket.
That's exactly what I was thinking...but it seems small for a snowmobile...Then again: what would I know about snowmobiles, I live in Florida.
I see it has been determined that it is a go-cart engine...makes sense now.
Be careful Joe!
That engine looks like it means business!
I can hear the rear spokes now...Tink, Tink, Tink...etc.
I don't think it would be suitable for a motorized bicycle. It's on the heavy side, has large (wide) fins and makes way to much power (8hp?)
I was thinking of proping it for a small personal sized airboat....
Good one Joe!!! I love it!!! Naturally I'll be your test pilot
Or a minibike for Mrs. Joe...
Yes, a great application for this engine...just make sure Mrs. Joe holds the reins tightly on the maiden trip as this engine may have a surprising amount of power!
No matter what you do with that engine, will make a really great story. Find documentation from it's beginning and Chronicle it to its final function. I am biased but a flying boat is a great thought. LOL
Hey Dan, I think we should take a quick trip to ohio and commandeer it for "DAS BOOT", Great Find!!
I think Dan and I should build the flying boat together! Too much fun!!!
Sounds great Jim.
Woea LI Joe!!!! great web page. (Why not make it a link here? in your signature) Honestly from a marketing point of view, well laid out. Clear and easily navigated. Nice job and I mean that. A little dark (black and white) but looks dang good. Has all the main points. easy to navigate, clear, concise and well worded.
Please put up a link I want to see the site!
MPG Motorized Bicycles Break in Your MPG Bike
Great site Joe!!!
Nice find. 70's era FRG Sachs motor. 73cc. If you take some honing stones and a drill will clean up that cylinder nice. Throw in a 33 degree cross hatch is all you need. Everything else looks great. That sucker will haul.. German quality. Enjoy the ride...
love that stuff. It knocked loose a frozen cb750 engine for me