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Jap stationary engine F10

Post by csm1406 on Thu Jun 26 2014, 14:25

Hi
Just collected a JAP engine with dynamo the only markings I can see are JAP & F10 - can anyone help with info regarding this engine i.e. size & where I can find more information.

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Post by csm1406 on Thu Jun 26 2014, 18:23

This an engine on a stand linked to a dynamo with a clutch mechanism - I have not tried to start although the vendor offered to start it before I took it away & I am certain it will start - good compression - I would like to know more before starting etc.

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Re: Jap stationary engine F10

Post by blue cat on Sat Jun 28 2014, 11:02

A picture of the JAP would enable swift identification of the model

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Re: Jap stationary engine F10

Post by csm1406 on Sat Jun 28 2014, 14:07

http://thumbs.ebaystatic.com/d/l140/pict/331226071928_1.jpg

I bought on Ebay & this is the link to the details

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Re: Jap stationary engine F10

Post by NoelA on Sat Jun 28 2014, 19:31



Nice little set.

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Re: Jap stationary engine F10

Post by Foden on Sat Jun 28 2014, 19:50

You have a JAP 2A engine, got a few myself somewhere. On the top of the crankcase (on the exhaust side) just below and in front of the cylinder there should be some letters and numbers stamped. They are usually buried in paint though, might have to do some scraping!

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Re: Jap stationary engine F10

Post by csm1406 on Sun Jun 29 2014, 13:22

Thanks Guys for input - I can now order a manual for it & start it up knowing it is 4 stroke.

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