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Hartop M type

Post by Matth92 on Sun Sep 29 2013, 20:25

Picked this little motor up today, we had it running briefly but I don't think the mag is the full shilling, so I will try my spare one on there and see if that makes it a bit less tempermental!








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Re: Hartop M type

Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Sep 29 2013, 21:01

Looks good, is it 2 stroke

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Re: Hartop M type

Post by Matth92 on Sun Sep 29 2013, 21:03

nah its a 4 stroke, they did make a 2 stroke one that looks similar though

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Re: Hartop M type

Post by Villiers on Sun Sep 29 2013, 21:04

Is that valves I see on the head??????

So it is, must be a 4 stroke....Laughing Laughing Laughing 

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Post by matt86 on Sun Sep 29 2013, 21:19

Villiers wrote:Is that valves I see on the head??????

So it is, must be a 4 stroke....Laughing Laughing Laughing 
thats isnt allways true .... lol

http://www.stihl.com/4-mix-engine-lightweight-and-with-good-lugging-power.aspx

watch the video clips .... some modern 2 strokes have valves now .... That had me pondering when 1st saw one at work ...lol

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Re: Hartop M type

Post by Villiers on Sun Sep 29 2013, 22:23

[quote="matt86"][quote="Villiers"]Is that valves I see on the head??????

So it is, must be a 4 stroke....Laughing Laughing Laughing [/quote]thats isnt allways true  .... lol

http://www.stihl.com/4-mix-engine-lightweight-and-with-good-lugging-power.aspx

watch the video clips .... some modern 2 strokes have valves now .... That had me pondering when 1st saw one at work ...lol

matt[/quote]
But this isn't a modern 2 stroke is it Matt??? Nooooo, although having said that Petter M engines have valves.

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