NEW race perfomance 125cc dirt bike engine for sale with 4 Stroke, 4 Speed Complete Racing Engine AND 1 Down 3 UP w/ Clutch. A bolt-in substitution/ upgrade for the XR50. This locomotive complete kit comes with: 1P52FMI locomotive, carburetor, CDI, coil, a intake manifold and kick starter. This complete kit comes with spark plug, wire harness and shifter.
250cc dirt bike engine for sale
Dirt Bike Engine Sizes And Specification:
- Model: 1P52FMI-K( 124 cm3)
Type: 4-stroke single-cylinder, air chilled
Lubrication: Pressure/ splash
Oil capacity: 900 ml
Displacement: 119.7 ml Bore* Stroke: 52.4 mm* 55.5 mm
Rated Power& Rotating Speed: 5.6 kw/ 7500 r/ min
Primary reduction( hand clutched ): 3.722
Compression ratio: 9.0: 1
Max. Net Power& Rotating Speed: 6.5 kw/ 7500 r/ min
Max. Torque& Rotating Speed: 8.0 N.m/ 5000 r/ min
Transmission: 4-speed 1 down 3 up manual clutch( 1-N-2-3-4)
Min. Fuel Consumption: <= 367 g/ kw.h
Idling Speed: 1500 r/ min
Ignition: CDI Starter: Kick starter
Size: 470 x275x280mm
This Motor should fit the following models: HONDA CRF5 0/ Z50/ Z50R/ CT70 Mini Trail/ CRF7 0/ XR50/ XR70/ Z50/ Minitrail Monkey/ QR50/ CL70/ SL70/ XL70 ST70/ QA50/ 70 Passport/ ST 90 K2/ SL 90/ ZB 50 // ST 90 K1/ CS 90/
Honda Dirt Bike Engine Reviews:
I bought this engine for Honda Trail 70 restoration project I am working on. The original locomotive was long gone so basically I am starting with a frame. So far this locomotive has outstripped my expectations. Engine quality is best rate and even though I can’t run engine right now it has passed all of my static tests. It has good compressing, all the gears switching and the clutch operates fine.
how a dirt bike engine works – On top of all of that the engine arrived full of break-in petroleum and there is no leakages. A very tight locomotive indeed. Shipping container was great and it comes down with everything in the picture and was professionally packaged. Honda quality from China! My only grievance is that the short little pamphlet on the engine is in Chinese. I was able to find basic specs and wiring info on line so don’t let that deter you from purchasing this locomotive. It is a 12 v system so if you are putting this in an original 6v Honda you will have to convert your illuminations, battery rectifier, and battery to 12 volts. None of these items are very expensive and you will have brighter illuminations!
engine swap for honda CL70. It doesn’t have much in accordance with the rules of instructions as far as wiring goes, but the internet is your friend. It started on the 3rd kick! I never had to adjust the carb or anything. It just burnt right up. After changing sprockets, I can virtually squeeze 60 mph out of this tiny bike.
The only down sides: First, the choke is backwards from usual Hondas, which took about 5 minutes to figure out. And second, it is a little hard to made neutral while sitting still, but for whatever reason sometimes when downshifting from 3rd to 2nd it will make neutral. It’s a little disorienting because you have to remember to up switching for 2nd, or else you’ll set it in 1st and over rev. It’s not all the time though.
dirt bike engine swap – If you are swapping this for a inventory crf5 0 locomotive, you will need a clutch and throttle cable and a clutch lever. The footpeg mount won’t quite clear the engine instance but it still operates. Also the carb and manifold provided is very large and the carb cap won’t bolt on if the carb is on the manifold. Overall very good power after install. Be sure to drain the petroleum and supplant the sparking plug before starting.
I purchased this locomotive approximately 1 month ago. It was somewhat easy to install on my 1970 CT70. The wiring was the most difficult, but DRATV offers some wiring kits that help with that undertaking. This locomotive accepts the stock exhaust, along with inventory chain and back sprocket with no problems. I test-rode the bike and was pleasantly astounded at the power of this motor. The front-end lifts off the ground in 1st through 3rd gear with little endeavor. I am planning to increase the front sprocket sizing to get more top-end, which will still leave plenty of low-end for some slow trail riding. I am planning to ordering this locomotive for my other CT70 as well. Just a note: I’ve had a Lifan 90 cc locomotive in another bike for over six years. It starts even after sitting for 5 or 6 months and operates great every time. These are solid and economically price used dirt bike engine.