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I have a motor I got but canít ID the brand and cc. I have included some pictures. The motor has electric start also. The Vin number is 152FMH 05030813. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
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I have a motor I got but canít ID the brand and cc. I have included some pictures. The motor has electric start also. The Vin number is 152FMH 05030813. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
Loncin 110cc semi auto 4 speed..........Its a Chinese clone of a real Honda 110cc engine.

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The best part is there are plenty of regular & hp parts, cheap.

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Any idea who sells parts for these? Thanks
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Any idea who sells parts for these? Thanks

Try T-Bolt.com................

The absolute way to get brute force power from these engines from 50cc-110cc is to overbore the stock cylinder to 55/56mm's then regrinding the stock camshaft and adding a performance CDI,HP coil w/HP sparkwire,25mm carb from a Honda ATC185 with 25mm TRX90cc intake and modify the stock exhaust plus some portwork.....

Theres other parts I use too that were available in Japan amongst the super serious monkeybike tuner crowd who developed roller rockers for these engines 8 years before even being available in the USA and made by Takagawa....

For me doing the mod was very cost effective and cheap seeings it costed me nothing to have the cylinders bored and I reground the camshaft myself.

Hardest part is finding a proper headgasket..

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You can get a 125cc kit ( 114cc from 107cc )( w/ 54mm bore cyld & piston from the 52.4mm cyld, and a high top piston for more compression around $75. From T-bolt for $140 I got the 125cc kit with alum cyld and steel sleeve. I have both kits and there still in there boxes, lol.

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