Huasheng parts

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by Ghost0, Oct 19, 2008.

  1. Ghost0

    Ghost0 Guest

    Where can we get spare parts for the 49cc Huasheng? Waste of time because they are cheap like a 2 stroke? Will the Honda parts fit? I think my loaner has a broken rod and I haven't had it apart enough yet to know exactly how much damage it did.
     

  2. ocscully

    ocscully Member

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  3. Ghost0

    Ghost0 Guest

    Ya I suppose that was pretty stupid of me, I just bought their mounting kit to use on this motor and guess I didn't put 2 and 2 together, for some reason I thought they sold Honda's. Thanks for the tip.
     
  4. fetor56

    fetor56 Guest

    Some of the Honda parts fit & some don't,so it's trial & error......take your Hua part/parts into a good Honda dealership & compare.
    DON'T assume anything with these 2 engines because eventhough they look the same externally u can't trust the internals to be identical.
     
  5. Irish John

    Irish John Guest

    That's right Fetor but I've been inside both motors and they look very similar indeed and I think there's a 70% chance a piston rod from the Honda will fit the HS but I'd buy a new HS and keep the other for spares. Then I'd buy a Honda and use the spare HS carby on it because they go great together and your throttle problems are solved for the Honda. BE.Com sell the HS carby separate for $40.
     
  6. Irish John

    Irish John Guest

    Try these guys Ghost:
    http://www.duropower.com/item.asp?PID=88&FID=3&level=1
    They don't call it the HuaSheng but call it the DP 049 so when you look in their spares section you need to know this.
     
  7. wavygravy

    wavygravy Guest

    inferior metals & castings are the thing your fighting here! good luck with the huasheng!! hope they perfect it someday!!
     
  8. Ghost0

    Ghost0 Guest

    Wavy, boy am I glad you are more helpfull in person.:smile:
     
  9. fetor56

    fetor56 Guest

    Actually the metals & castings are quite good...not as good as the Honda/Subaru or some others i've seen,but still in proportion to their price very good & represent exceptional value.
     
  10. Irish John

    Irish John Guest

    That's right the HS is much better value for what you get than the 2-stroke motors. The valves rattle and that's the only real drawback.
    I found out why the new HS motors have a cable operated choke as standard and why the 3 piece cranks are now standard in kits. The reason is that Bird Dog asked for these changes. The plastic chokes broke and people in the US said their bikes hadn't got a BB that fitted the large 1 piece ashtabula crank. I'm getting used to the choke change but the 3 piece crank is a disaster for me cos none of my customers will accept it and I don't blame them. I think those Walmart cruisers must have a smaller BB than normal cycle shop Schwinns and Felts etc and we've been tarred with the same brush because of it. Has anyone in Australia used the 3 piece crank on a cruiser and if so which cruiser? The cable choke necessitates a special bracket plate to house the cable holder - it looks OK but it takes up room where the measurement is often critical. See picture.
    Those Grubee specially made cruiser bikes are really good I reckon but I think it will be a very long time before we can get them from the local outlets.
     

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  11. Stoltzee

    Stoltzee Member

    Where is this engine sold?
     
  12. MotorBicycleRacing

    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

    This?
    Sorry, I have never heard of a "this" branded engine......:jester:
     
  13. Stoltzee

    Stoltzee Member

    Sorry. I was talking about the HS 142f with the new choke that works by cable. It's not important though. I just dream 10 times faster that I am actually capable of producing.

    Oval Track? That has to be fun on a MB"s. Whats the average top speed of the riders on the 1/4 mile oval????
     
  14. MotorBicycleRacing

    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

    This is a pretty old post and both Irish John and I suspect OC Scully are dead which is kinda sad.

    SoCal Motor Bicycle Racing has never raced on an oval track before so we are going to find out.
    In fact I don't know of any other motorized bicycles racing on a paved oval except for a few at Thunderdrome in Detroit.
     
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