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Last post 05-12-2017 11:13 AM by aspro boy. 11 replies.
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  • 05-09-2017 10:45 AM

    One for two-stroke lovers

    My own dislike of two-strokes is well documented in this forum, but I do try to keep an open mind :)

    This article makes their version of two stroke engine sound like the best thing since sliced bread.  What do you think?

    ... and it's an Australian company too...

  • 05-09-2017 10:37 PM In reply to

    • chicaboo
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    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    I hope he picks up a manufacturer that can take it to production.

    It'd be nice to see some new two stroke tech rejuvenate the platform.

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  • 05-10-2017 12:19 AM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    Remember another Australian two stroke the Orbital Sad

  • 05-10-2017 12:28 AM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    I remember Orbital, I thought they got bought by one of the big companies and promptly buried... or am I wrong?

    If I'm right then it's not all bad, at least they made some money for their trouble.

  • 05-10-2017 04:46 PM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

     

    I remember reading about one of the Italian scooter companies licensing the orbital engine, Aprilia was the company that comes to mind, in the smaller capacities.

  • 05-10-2017 05:01 PM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    Aprilia did have or maybe still do have a direct injection 2 stroke Smile

  • 05-10-2017 07:36 PM In reply to

    • INMA
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    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    I would have to be one of the more obvious user sof two stroke engines, their simplicity suits basic transport like small scooters, outboard boat motors and small power tools.

    But its time to concede small fourstroke engines mass produced with fuel injection, liquid cooling and electronic engine management have won the technology war.

    New small scooters have excellent four stroke engines and improving transmissions. The only technical issue with new scooters is whether they have antilock brake systems. It won't be long till buying new with all the technical improvements, will kill the value of second hand scooters.

    I still have a big preference for the Japanese brand and uderstand how they push technical improvements at a price.

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  • 05-10-2017 07:49 PM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    See the Vespa sold Big Smile

    The Italian-based seller who is a private collector of 60 rare Vespas is calling this Vespa “the earliest example of the Piaggio masterpiece, as created by Corradino d’Ascanio.” Or in other words, the oldest Vespa in the world … allegedly. 

    There were 21 bids for the working scooter which was hand-crafted in 1946. It was estimated to sell for up to $A424,771(€300,000) but sold for $A256,252(€191,000).

    The 1946 Series 0 Vespa is powered by a 98cc two-stroke engine matched to a three-speed transmission and is said to be in working order. 

  • 05-11-2017 11:18 PM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    pyrah:

    See the Vespa sold Big Smile

    I see the bid I put in offering to take it off their hands if they pay me $10,000 was not accepted. Oh well... no regrets.

  • 05-12-2017 07:13 AM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    ferrix:

    pyrah:

    See the Vespa sold Big Smile

    I see the bid I put in offering to take it off their hands if they pay me $10,000 was not accepted. Oh well... no regrets.

    Maybe you forgot to specify Australian  Dollars 🤑

  • 05-12-2017 07:13 AM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    ferrix:

    pyrah:

    See the Vespa sold Big Smile

    I see the bid I put in offering to take it off their hands if they pay me $10,000 was not accepted. Oh well... no regrets.

    Maybe you forgot to specify Australian  Dollars 🤑

  • 05-12-2017 11:13 AM In reply to

    Re: One for two-stroke lovers

    It is a great result if these rare examples of automotive history then become available for public viewing. And I struggle with A$10.3k for a new GTS 300. 

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