Hausheng 53 cc engines

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by mark f. cheney, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. mark f. cheney

    mark f. cheney New Member

    Gentlemen,

    I finally have one of my new Hausheng motors mounted on the bench and running. I am delighted with these motors. Thank you to this forum and all of you who have posted any and all Hausheng motors technical comments. I appreciate you all, and am indebted to you for your combined wisdom, I think that they are a great value in spite of the minor tweaking that is sometimes required.

    Mark F. Cheney
     

  2. darwin

    darwin Well-Known Member

    Never seen a 53cc HS 4stroke, any pics? Whats the hp output?
     
  3. mark f. cheney

    mark f. cheney New Member

    They look like 49 CC Hausheng engines. They have a larger piston for the extra CCs. Hausheng co. rates them higher than the 49 CC motors. They turn the same RPMs as the 49 CC motors. It looks like the carburetor is a 142F carburetor. I don't know about the main jet size. They run great. Mine are the ones with the tapered crank with a clutch attached. I wanted the clutch. I am mounting a drum and 5/8" shaft that has a 6J micro groove pulley on it. I am using the 6J belt for a reduction RPM on the assy. for my mini long shaft layout boat motors. I am turning a 6 X 4 prop to start with. That is the recommendation of my prop engineer. Hausheng rates their motors in Kw. I don't know how to translate this to HP. My 53 CC motors have an extra .3 Kw over the 49 cc motors.

    Mark F. Cheney
     
  4. darwin

    darwin Well-Known Member

    Any pics? Are you selling them?
     
  5. mark f. cheney

    mark f. cheney New Member

    I hadn't planned on selling them. I bought them for my own manufacturing business. Is there a market for them? I'll work on a picture of them with the clutch housing and shaft installed.

    Mark F. Cheney
     
  6. BigBlue

    BigBlue Active Member

  7. The_Aleman

    The_Aleman Active Member

    1 HP = between 745 and 746 watts
    1 KW = about 1.341 HP

    If your 53CC is rated at 1.5 KW, that's 2.0115 HP. The 49CC makes roughly the same power. The extra displacement appears to be mostly offset by the requirements for the generator.
     
  8. zwebx

    zwebx Member

    does it have bigger valves than the 49 cc is my question, and also remember to set your valves (i set mine: inlet 4 thou and exhaust 6 thou) because they vary from the Hausheng factory (for the 49cc anyway i figure they would have the same head) and also look out for consistent high rpm (or any really high rpm) if the engine is anything like the 49cc the connecting rod will most likely fail before anything else other than that mine has been reliable and i only ever hear good things from people about them
     
  9. darwin

    darwin Well-Known Member

    Buy it now price is 120$ plus you get a gen set. I'm not in the market for another motor but if I were that would be it. Have to figure out how to apply it with that straight shaft though.
     
  10. Quenton Guenther

    Quenton Guenther Motored Bikes Sponsor

    We are currently testing the motors with the Q-Matic drive system.

    The crankshaft is a weird size and is tapered at the end. This arrangement makes it difficult to make an adapter to convert to the 5/8" shaft.

    You also need to purchase a regulator and bridge rectifier to make the charging system work.

    Have fun,
     
  11. biker76

    biker76 New Member

    change from tapper shaft to 5/8 haft

    I bought a straight 5/8 shaft from Bicycle-Engines.com and replace with the tapper shaft and mount on a EZ matic trans.
     
  12. BigBlue

    BigBlue Active Member

    biker76,

    Is the straight 5/8" shaft for the 49cc engine? How long have you been running the straight 5/8" shaft? I have 2 of those engines and would like the possibility to convert both to straight 5/8" shafts.

    Thanks,

    Chris
    AKA: BigBlue
     
  13. biker76

    biker76 New Member

    tapper shaft to 5/8 straight shaft

    Yes 5/8" shaft from 49cc engine, I been running on the straight shaft for about 2 months now.
     
  14. BigBlue

    BigBlue Active Member

    biker76,

    Good deal! Glad that you took the plunge and now made a workable engine.

    Thanks,

    Chris
    AKA: BigBlue
     
  15. Quenton Guenther

    Quenton Guenther Motored Bikes Sponsor

    We are currently shipping the Q-Matic drive for the HS motors with the short & long tapered shaft.

    The short tapered shaft motor requires a crankshaft extension adapter and additional bearing for support, whereas the long sahft version only needs a shaft adapter.

    Have fun,
     
  16. GreenMantis

    GreenMantis Member

    I bought one of these, and I can't get the cdi to fire. The diagram for it is pretty straight foreward, the wires from the stator and the wires from the cdi box are color matched, so it's pretty hard to mess it up. But I have nothing happening. I checked continuity across both stator windings, they are a couple of ohms each, which seems about right. But when I test it, by driving the engine with my drill, with the spark plug removed (I made a grounding wire for the spark plug, with aligator clips on the ends, so the ground is good, I clip it to the threads on the spark plug, and the other end to the block), I get nothing from the charge output wires, both for a/c between the two, and with those connected to a rectifier, and from the rectifier to ground for d/c. I get 2.5v a/c out of the "ignition" coil, which I believe is also known as the "pulser" coil. That doesn't seem like nearly enough.
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    I don't suppose anyone could give me the readings from one of these that works?
     
  17. biker76

    biker76 New Member

    You need to ground the blue and the green wire to the engine :)
     
  18. GreenMantis

    GreenMantis Member

    I managed to figure that out, ground the green ones, by studying the diagrams for GY8 scooters, finally. I have another issue that maybe I can get some help with, I need a fuel pump, my tank sits lower than my carb. I know that there is a diaphram fuel pump for the Honda GX50, and these Huasheng motors are clones thereof. Does anyone know if it's possible to mount that Honda pump on these Huasheng engines, and were they go, exactly?

    I have the parts list from Honda for the GXH50, and they list the fuel pump under "other parts", but they don't seem to show where it goes.

    http://www.2lcstore.com/catalog/item/5627332/6987893.htm
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2012
  19. BigBlue

    BigBlue Active Member

    Here's a rotary carb (Walbro clone) from Dax that has a primer bulb that should work. Just make sure you order the adapter kit.
    http://thatsdax.com/ENGINE_KIT_PARTS_PAGE_3.html

    A pocket bike velocity stack should work nice with the intake adapter.

    Good Luck,

    Chris
    AKA: BigBlue
     
  20. GreenMantis

    GreenMantis Member

    I happen to have a carb that looks just like that, with a 15mm bore. I know mine has an integrated fuel pump that is dependant on a "pusle" that comes from the crankcase of the 2 stroke engine, by way of a port underneath the intake port. It appears as a tiny hole. Unfortunately, the one shown on that site is facing the wrong way to see if that is there or not. Is this something that is remedied by the adaptor they sell? In that case, that would be all I need. Or is there such thing as a rotary carb that doesn't need that pulse to drive an internal fuel pump? But if this carb doesn't do that, then how can it work? Maybe I'll just have to get that adaptor, and see, since I don't see how it could be otherwise.

    Well, there is no "order now" button attached to either the carb or the adaptor kit, I assume that means that they don't have any in stock. SOL, I guess. Too bad.
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2012
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