franco morini 50cc complete dual variated kick start engine
franco morini complete dual variated kickstart engine
 



  $399.00

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complete complete 50cc dual variated kick start franco morini motor with points ignition! wow! as noted below in the reviews this engine was found on the motobecane ew50 79Z, check here for some more info on radd rare motobecane bikes you can mostly only dream of.

comes with everything seen here!

this motor has three mounts on it all aligned perfectly in the middle of the case two on top and one on the bottom.

all three mounts are 60mm wide.

and yes that is a VESPA rear variated clutch!

and yes the malossi 45.5mm cylinder kit fits perfecto!

wooowww woaaahhhhh!!

oh yeah 12 tooth sprocket!


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5 of 5 Rear Variators! February 5, 2016
taco eater : DAS Riot from Detroit, MI United States  
Let us know when you guys can get those rear clutches sold separately!  Morini clutches (which can work on Vespas as well) have full circle pads, 90mm cheeks, shift dampeners, and take Tomos/ZA clutch springs.

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5 of 5 fast and torkey January 21, 2016
taco eater : princess rapunzel from santa cruz  
hauls my fat butt around with the kit and a GPR zen well. 14sha is quite limiting though. I can tell it wants to wind out higher, but can't....

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5 of 5 Yay!!I finally got one of these!! June 25, 2014
taco eater : DaveZilla from San Antonio, TX United States  
I'll put this bad boy to the test and report back...

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5 of 5 mmmmmm April 8, 2012
taco eater : Morgan from Oberlin, OH United States  
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5 of 5 Cousin to the Morini M101 April 8, 2012
taco eater : Chad Burke from Kalamazoo, MI United States  
This is the same bottom end essentially as the morini M101, but with a vertical cylinder and larger ports. Should be interesting to see how this performs with the Malossi 45.5 kit. Now if you could only find a stockpile of M101 engines which were also used on the motobencane Hobby.

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