Designed to not only be versatile but simple to use, the 49cc Flying Horse 5G 4-Stroke Engine Assembly is widely renown as the perfect starting point for motorbike enthusiasts. Unlike a traditional 2-Stroke engine kit that features a peddle start, this 4-Stroke 49cc engine kit offers a centrifugal clutch and pull start mechanism. The result is an engine that is faster to start and not as tiring to ride. Simply give it a pull, twist the throttle grip, and away you go! Engineered to not only be more optimal then a 2-stroke engine, it is even more versatile. The included centrifugal clutch is compatible with a large array of transmissions and direct drive kits giving the flexibility you want in your engine. It even features a stock exhaust muffler on the assembly allowing for a more comfortable ride. So whether you are looking for ease of use or versatility, the 49cc Flying Horse 5G 4-Stroke Engine Assembly has you covered.
This is a Brand new Flying Horse 49cc 5G 4-stroke Engine. The engine comes with a carburetor, exhaust assembly, and covers. If you've got a transmission all you need is this engine assembly to get your bike back on the road with power!
- 4-stroke Engine assembly with Carburetor and Exhaust
- Flying Horse 5G 4-Stroke 49cc
- Shaft Style: Tapered
- No load RPM: 8500 Cooling: Forced Air
- Displacement bore & stroke: 41.8 x 35.8
- Power: 10.2KW @6800 rpm
- Torque: 2.4Nm @4500 rpm
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Decent Chinese motor. Over all this 4 stroke is a pretty decent motor. It's based on the Honda GXH50 which I also have experience with & it's a pretty reliable unit & at about half of what the GXH50 costs the price is hard to beat. Lots of RPM's to work with for it's size. The only real issue I had with it was the carburetor. The float kept constantly closing the needle valve forcing my engine to stall & refused to start after the first ride even with the carburetor properly tuned even tried cleaning it to no avail. So I decided to scrap the 4 stroke carburetor & replace it with a 2 stroke NT carburetor using a manifold adapter & runs flawlessly now. The adapter costed an extra $20 I think but well worth it.