Wanted Anyone got a Tanaka pf-3300 (32cc) to sell?

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by lowracer, Apr 1, 2013.

  1. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    I had two, now got one, & would sure like to buy another.
    Please advise if anyone is still sitting on a few of these?
    Thanks,
    -Lowracer-
     

  2. occchopperfl

    occchopperfl Member

  3. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    Occ,

    Whaaaaaaaas Uuuuuuup?

    -Low-
     
  4. darwin

    darwin Well-Known Member

    Low have you considered the HS 37cc 4stroke from livefastmotors? Should be a great little motor and the price is right.
     
  5. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    Darwin,
    Thanks again...
    I would definitely go the HS route if I dont get the Mitsubishi TLE33 off Viza that I just ordered.
    I placed the order & their website shows they take Paypal, but no Paypal option to click on.
    I chose the send money order/check option & requested Viza send me a Paypal invoice or to give me an address to send the funds via Paypal.
    No reply yet...
    -Lowracer-
     
  6. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    I'm beginning to wonder about this Viza Motors site?
    I called twice today & it goes straight to vm.
    I emailed 4 times over the past few days & got no reply.
    Glad I didnt actually send them any money yet (or ever)
    The HS is looking better & better but may also look for a Honda GX35 for just a bit more $$.
    -Low-
     
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2013
  7. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    I emailed Viza back & told them to cancel my order.
    I can't trust an online retailer who doesn't answer their phones nor reply to emails.
    Darwin, There is also an HS 31cc for sale on the Live Fast website for $5.00 less
    Anyone know which engine runs smoother between the 31cc & 37cc?
    I own a HS 31cc now & its pretty slick, but has a little vibration at low rpm's under load.
    The Honda GX35 engine is avail @ Small Engine Warehouse for $251.
    Is it worth the extra $86 for the Honda?
    -Lowracer-
     
  8. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    I swapped the engine off one of my MB's to the 'Scooter from Bike Project' just to see how it would run on there.
    The engine is a Tanaka 40cc with a poo-poo pipe.
    Wow, this scooter was meant to be powered by the Tanaka 40cc.
    Now I want another 40cc instead of the 32cc.
    The hunt is on...
    -Lowracer-
     
  9. grinningremlin

    grinningremlin Active Member

    Lowracer, I've been looking at the tanaka 39cc chainsaws on ebay as a possible cheap replacement when my pf4000 needs parts.It may just need a different clutch, or what I'm thinking is it just needs the shoes/clutch-spring swapped.Just a thought.
     
  10. darwin

    darwin Well-Known Member

  11. grinningremlin

    grinningremlin Active Member

    You can get the same set-up for much cheaper on ebay.I personally wouldn't touch one unless it was the only thing around.The difference between a Japanese Tanaka and a Chinese anything is staggering.Ya get what you pay for, one gremlins opinion, but it's worth it to save, and or wait for a Tanaka.
     
  12. darwin

    darwin Well-Known Member

    Thought Wildfire was a Taiwanese co. Taiwan makes great scooters and such, nothing like the mainland with no quality control. Maybe your right and its a mainland Chinese POS.
     
  13. grinningremlin

    grinningremlin Active Member

    Oh, my two cents isn't worth two cents.I'm one of the most fallible gremlins you'll ever meet, I was just going by the looks of the rig.
     
  14. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    Darwin,
    Its a base Cag engine...The same seller has it on eBay for 49.95 w/fee shipping (search: 40cc engine)
    I wouldn't buy another Cag or install one if I were given one for free.
    just had too many headaches using the Cag.
    I'm still hunting for a Tanaka 32cc or 40cc.
    I have a 47r, but I like the 40cc more.
    -Low-
     
  15. lowracer

    lowracer Member

    I ended up buying a new Mitsubishi 43cc engine instead of another Tanaka....So far so good...
    -Lowracer-
     
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