F50 vs z48 vs skyhawk 48cc

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by wackey101, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. wackey101

    wackey101 Member

    GT2B GEN 5 48cc Specification:-
    1. Engine Type: Single cylinder, air-cooled, 2 stroke
    2. Type of fuel mix :( 15:1/20:1-25:1)
    3. Displacement: 48cc
    4. Ignition: C.D.I. ignition
    5. Max.Power: 1.4kW @ 5500rpm
    6. Economy: 100 km/1.2 litre fuel
    7. Max speed: 50km/h (dont see how it goes 50 km/h)
    8. Fuel tank: 2.5 litres
    9. Weight: 7.5kg
    10. Bore: 40mm
    11. Stroke: 38mm
    12. Compression ratio: 6.4:1
    ($269)

    F50
    1. Engine Type: Single cylinder, air-cooled, 2 stroke
    2. Type of fuel mix :( 15:1/20:1-25:1)
    3. Displacement: 49cc
    4. Ignition: C.D.I. ignition
    5. Max.Power:1.3KW@ 5500rpm
    6. Economy: 100 km/1.5 litre fuel
    7. Max speed: 40km/h
    8. Fuel tank: 2 litres
    9. Weight: 6 kg
    10. Bore: 40mm
    11. Stroke: 38 mm
    12. Compression ratio: 6.4
    ($189)

    Z48
    1. Engine Type: Single cylinder, air-cooled, 2-stroke
    2. Type of fuel mix :(16:1/20:1)
    3. Displacement: 48cc
    4. Ignition: C.D.I. ignition
    5. MAX.Power: 1.2kW @ 5500rpm
    6. Economy: 100 km/1.2 litre fuel
    7. Nominal speed: 30km/h
    8. Fuel tank: 2 litre
    9. Overall weight: 9kg
    10. Bore: 40mm
    11. Stroke: 38mm
    12. Compression ratio: 6:1
    ($235)
    wanna see bigger kits see my other thread
    http://www.motoredbikes.com/showthread.php?t=31334
     

  2. DuctTapedGoat

    DuctTapedGoat Member

    Of course, those are all estimated and prospective statistics.
     
  3. gothicguy64

    gothicguy64 Member

    hi

    my rse 48cc hp1 but with many billet parts an ceramic topped piston does 65 kph with a long street pipe (poo poo), an a 44 tooth rear.

    ohh it is fully worked and i am about to change to a shiftkit an sbp exhaust ,so i expect even more speed .
    no boost or nitro even tho motor is built for nitro .


    brad
     
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