flying horse bike engines.

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by TigerX300, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. TigerX300

    TigerX300 New Member

    Hi was wondering if anybody out there has a flying horse 66/80cc engine manual i bought my bike from a friend and lost the manual and now my bike lost the to screws that hold the motor on to the engine mount plate and i was wondering if anybody knows what size and length of a screws im to use all inquiries welcome and thanks for taking the time to read this

  2. MotorBicycleRacing

    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

    The motor mount studs are 6 mm 1.0

    Also the exhaust and intake threads along
    with most of the case bolts are the same size.
  3. Big Red

    Big Red Active Member


    Hey Tiger, You could probably use almost any 66/80cc chinese engine manual. Any major difference would be internally and the manual wouldn't cover that anyway. Also, ( I'm looking at one now,) They don't give the bolt, stud and nut sizes in the manual, Just a general installation guide. A lot of times their written in pretty bad "chinese" english and low quality pictures. you could also write or e-mail whoever you got your engine from and see if they'll send you one.
    All this being said, If you already have your engine installed a manual wont be of much use except for a small maintenance section. You can get that, and better information, right here on this site. RIGHT NOW, for now, take off the clutch side (right side) cover and lightly grease the gears where they mesh. Not too much or it may wind up on the clutch, (and thats a bad thing). Then take off the clutch lever (left side) cover, pull out the clutch rod, ( be carefull, theres a bearing inside,) and apply a little grease to each end, and the flat part of the clutch lever where it pushes on the rod. Other than that, just make sure all moving parts are lubed properly. If it moves it probably needs grease or oil. Good Luck.
    Shiney Side Up,
    Big Red.
  4. Al.Fisherman

    Al.Fisherman Active Member

    Last edited: Jan 24, 2012