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Topic: what fits from a honda to a chinese clone
Posted By: craisin
Subject: what fits from a honda to a chinese clone
Date Posted: February/14/2009 at 8:55pm
see I am a kiwi from New Zealand I keep getting cheap chinese motors and I am wondering if the flywheel off a 110 honda will fit on the chinese motor.    ok

Posted By: donp
Date Posted: February/15/2009 at 1:44am
depends on whether or not that chinese engine was built from one of the old honda stamps that the chinese bought. not all parts are interchangeable, and the chinese products are very poor quality.


Posted By: craisin
Date Posted: February/15/2009 at 7:21am
thanks for your reply donp. The first lifan I bought was a crashed mini chopper 48cc and I put the engine in a RM125 frame and registered it as a moped and its out of the bike atm moment but it been running for 3 years.       I bought a brand new 90cc motor from lifan and after a month in the RM it broke the rear engine mount bolt and jambed the chain and put a hole in the crankcase.       So I put the 48cc back in to soldier on.           At one stage I bought a near new 110cc loncin minus sidecovers and put the head on the 48cc lifan.     And I just bought another lifan engine thats had a chain break and wiped out the ignition pick-up and the flywheel was missing so I used the bits off the 90cc to fix it and it goes.      I want the know about the honda flywheel cause Im planning to build a battery powered ignition with the magnetic pick-up in a better location away from the chain.    

Posted By: craisin
Date Posted: February/19/2009 at 2:57am
the studs the gp thru the barrel and thru the head are closer together on a 110 loncin than the 110 honda

Posted By: donp
Date Posted: February/19/2009 at 5:48am
honda has so many model variations that there are probably 10 different 110 engines. and parts are not interchangeable. i used to work for and race for honda. as far as i know, no one has ever done a model comparison between the chinese junk and the honda engines. the only ones i know of that are close are the panda trail 70;s which used the old ct70 stamps. and the new pioneer or jialing line which was made from the honda pa50 stamps.


Posted By: craisin
Date Posted: February/25/2009 at 11:39pm
well I wish I had a 72cc 4speed Honda engine but my local honda dealer must be gay eg he wont give me a price for a brand new engine.      I have had the whole crew from the workshop examin my bike and they asked to take a photo to stick on their wall           maybe Im their favourite disabled rider      To me the hondas are junk too not enough scrap metal value in them

Posted By: denish.wilson83
Date Posted: July/28/2012 at 5:25am
we've got a few of these engines in the family too (portable generators). There was a post some time back from Lonnie I believe, where a 40wt substantially increased the life span of these engines over a 10w30. I don't recall if it was on a 6.5hp or it's 13hp big brother, but this engine was used in commercial service. They wouldn't last long with 10w30, but had yet to die running a 15w40 HDEO. I'm sure ACD would have the same effect, but 40wt HDEOs can be had off the shelf a tad easier and cheaper. I wouldn't run 15w40 for cold ambient temp starts, but 5w40 would fare well for that.

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