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Post by emanuelsonego on Sat Oct 19 2013, 19:29

Hola amigos. Soy de Argentina.
Me encontré a estos dos motores, tanto el J.a.p 2A como el anderson en la casa de una persona que estaba vendiendo todo lo que tenia.
Realmente no sabia que tipo de motor era hasta que encontré imágenes y fotos por Internet.
Decidí comenzar a restaurarlo cuando tenia tiempo.
De a poco y paso a paso. Very Happy

Me encontré con algunos inconvenientes...
El primero fue el desgaste de los aros, ya que este motor se ve que trabajo duro mucho tiempo.
A pesar de eso todas las piezas se encuentran bien.
El segundo inconveniente fue el encendido. Aparentemente yo pensaba que era problema de la bobina que estaba quemada. Pero no.
Luego me di cuenta haciendo un testeo, que era el interruptor, o platino como se dice aca. que estaban en masa los dos contactos.
Y el tercero conseguirle los aros de compresion.
Que fue medio complicado conseguirlos aqui.
Pero despues de mucho renegar, bruñido del cilindro, colocacion de aros, acentar las valvulas. acomodar algunas cosas, logre arrancarlo.
Very Happy

Luego subo fotos.





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Re: J.A.P 2A and Anderson restoration

Post by emanuelsonego on Sat Oct 19 2013, 19:31

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Re: J.A.P 2A and Anderson restoration

Post by emanuelsonego on Sat Oct 19 2013, 19:34



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Re: J.A.P 2A and Anderson restoration

Post by emanuelsonego on Sat Oct 19 2013, 19:38


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Post by emanuelsonego on Sat Oct 19 2013, 19:49



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Re: J.A.P 2A and Anderson restoration

Post by Abes on Sat Oct 19 2013, 20:03

Translated for Emanuel

"Hello friends. I'm from Argentina .
I found these two engines , both the Jap 2A as anderson in the house of a person who was selling everything I had .
I really did not know what kind of engine was until I found pictures and photos online.
I decided to start to restore it when have time .
Little by little , step by step . Very Happy

I ran into some problems ...
The first was the ring wear , as this engine is that long hard work .
Despite that all the pieces are well .
The second problem was the ignition. Apparently I thought was the coil problem was burnt . But no.
Then I realized doing testing , it was the switch, or platinum as they say here. they were both contacts mass .
And the third compression rings get .
That was kind of complicated to get here.
But after much renege , cylinder honing , placement of rings , valves acentar . accommodate some things , accomplish starting.
Very Happy"


Hola aparearse una restauración poco agradable que tienes de ir allí bien hecho

Hi mate and nice little restoration you've got going there well done

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Re: J.A.P 2A and Anderson restoration

Post by Lewis MacRae on Sat Oct 19 2013, 20:21

Abes wrote:Translated for Emanuel

"Hello friends. I'm from Argentina .
I found these two engines , both the Jap 2A as anderson in the house of a person who was selling everything I had .
I really did not know what kind of engine was until I found pictures and photos online.
I decided to start to restore it when have time .
Little by little , step by step . Very Happy

I ran into some problems ...
The first was the ring wear , as this engine is that long hard work .
Despite that all the pieces are well .
The second problem was the ignition. Apparently I thought was the coil problem was burnt . But no.
Then I realized doing testing , it was the switch, or platinum as they say here. they were both contacts mass .
And the third compression rings get .
That was kind of complicated to get here.
But after much renege , cylinder honing , placement of rings , valves acentar . accommodate some things , accomplish starting.
Very Happy"



Hola aparearse una restauración poco agradable que tienes de ir allí bien hecho

Hi mate and nice little restoration you've got going there well done
Abes, Man of many talents, (or did you use google translate LOL)

hope you get them restored to running order and to the way you like them. PS are you going to make one running out of two or restore them both?

Abes, can you do your thing please?

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Post by Abes on Sat Oct 19 2013, 20:25

espero que los consigue restaurar en orden de marcha y con la forma que más te gusta. PS ¿vas a hacer una marcha de dos o restaurar a los dos?

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Re: J.A.P 2A and Anderson restoration

Post by emanuelsonego on Sat Oct 19 2013, 20:59

Jaja, Traductor de google Very Happy
Voy a tratar de restaurar a los dos.
El j.a.p tiene algunos faltantes, pero lamentablemente traer piezas desde inglaterra me sale muy caro.
El anderson es el segundo que voy a restaurar si los tiempos me dan.
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Re: J.A.P 2A and Anderson restoration

Post by Abes on Sun Oct 20 2013, 08:51

Haha, google translator: D
I will try to restore them.
The jap has some missing, but unfortunately bring parts from england i get really expensive.
The Anderson is the second that I will restore if I get time.

Let us know what your missing we might be able to help you out


Háganos saber lo que su falta podríamos ser capaces de ayudarle

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