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    whittron
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    PostSubject: BZM 50cc motor.   Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:23 am

    Was wondering if anyone has tried these motors in there funnycars or prostockers was reading up on them the 50cc motor has 16hp thats alot of ponys for a 50cc motor was thinking about building a prostocker this year and was maybe going to try one of these motors,was curios if any one else has.
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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:58 am

    No one has tried any of those motors and that is alot of power....
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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:07 pm

    Looks promising but I know over in europe there hp ratings are always different then the actual output going by our ratings here.
    Always a different amount readings from one dyno to another, but I don't doubt its powerful.
    Let me know how it works out first before I jump on one...lol

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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Tue Feb 08, 2011 11:42 pm

    whittron wrote:
    Was wondering if anyone has tried these motors in there funnycars or prostockers was reading up on them the 50cc motor has 16hp thats alot of ponys for a 50cc motor was thinking about building a prostocker this year and was maybe going to try one of these motors,was curios if any one else has.
    This is the only one that I have heard anything concrete abouyt.
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    They just were unveiled like this week or Last week. The Bizeta engines are not going to be available untill RCX (MAYBE). The only engine that will be ready for RCX is the 23cc and it is a lay down, reed engine that will only work for onroad FG type of vehicles.
    The HPI Baja specific version is still in the works. We are all patiently to see how they do!

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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Wed Feb 09, 2011 10:03 am

    They make other motors then that one,they also make pocket bike motors like the 50cc 16hp motor i was talking about, looks like it would fit in a 1/4 scale drag racer.
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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Wed Feb 09, 2011 6:59 pm

    I would buy this over any twin ONB offers..



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    BZM 5 port 50cc Aircooled engine.

    Was $1235.00
    Now only $990.00
    Thats a saving of $245.00

    TECHNICAL DATA
    - 2 stroke engine, aircooled, one cylinder - 5-port aircooled cylinder 40 mm.
    - bore and stroke: 40 x 39,2 mm. - compression ratio 15:1
    - standard crankshaft - cubic capacity 49,24 cm3
    - direct induction to the cranckcase, reeds controlled - suction manifold 18 mm.
    - electronic ignition - hand-starting
    - 3-shoe centrifugal clutch by dry method - standard clutch drum 80 mm. pinion 6 tooth - M10
    - racing spark plug NGK B9ES


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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Wed Feb 09, 2011 8:16 pm

    Thats what im talking about,if some of these 80 90cc motors are only putting out 9hp give or take imagine what sixteen ponys would make ur ride do (NASTY).
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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Wed Feb 09, 2011 9:41 pm

    ^^^Yea it would be looking for traction in the worst way...lol^^^

    Pete the twin has so much more COOL factor than the 50cc but my twim will NEVER come from Oneill Brothers


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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Tue Apr 17, 2012 10:19 pm

    They are super fast!!!!! Here the fastest Baja 117 mph bzm 50cc mmr
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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:40 am

    logon69 wrote:
    whittron wrote:
    Was wondering if anyone has tried these motors in there funnycars or prostockers was reading up on them the 50cc motor has 16hp thats alot of ponys for a 50cc motor was thinking about building a prostocker this year and was maybe going to try one of these motors,was curios if any one else has.
    This is the only one that I have heard anything concrete abouyt.
    [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

    They just were unveiled like this week or Last week. The Bizeta engines are not going to be available untill RCX (MAYBE). The only engine that will be ready for RCX is the 23cc and it is a lay down, reed engine that will only work for onroad FG type of vehicles.
    The HPI Baja specific version is still in the works. We are all patiently to see how they do!
    Will these BZM Motors fit in the FG Marder type car or are they still all made for the dreaded HPI Baja I can't stand.. All we have I guess, still, is the TS type motors to run. I wanna a 50cc motor for my FG.
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    PostSubject: Re: BZM 50cc motor.   Sun May 06, 2012 12:40 pm

    Hello,
    I built a pro stock with an air cooled 38cc from pocket bike unlimited...
    The biggest unexpected problem was a serious glitch , only while engine is running..
    I think it had to do with the ignition system...(I tried everything else)
    And,, the engine is much heavier than a zenoah..
    It was supposed to make around 8 hp.,, but I had many other problems with it..(Right out of the box)
    Finally decided to remove my $600.00 P.O.S. (without ever running it due to glitch) and currenttly saving for a killer reed case zenoah to run at the IMDRA Race in Rockingham this June..

    Miguel
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