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Oops I did it again! bought a Sachs Stamo 50 engine. Update 31-01 new pics

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Oops I did it again! bought a Sachs Stamo 50 engine. Update 31-01 new pics

Post by Mark15 user on Wed Jan 20 2016, 21:43

Dear forum members,

Last sunday I've visited a local flea market.
A lot of old furniture, fake art, and other funny stuff. Very Happy

There was only one stationairy engine and I've bought it cheers
It's a Sachs Stamo 50 engine (2 stroke petrol)
Build in 1962 in Schweinfurt Bavaria Germany
Almost complete including original decals.
Only the exhaust is missing and the support plate has some damages.





I think I will keep it in the  "Patina state" to keep the original decals.
There is a spark and combustion; only the fuel line has to be replaced seems to be possible to get it running.
Keep you posted.

Best regards,

Steef Pronk


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Re: Oops I did it again! bought a Sachs Stamo 50 engine. Update 31-01 new pics

Post by Woodsman on Thu Jan 21 2016, 09:15

Nice one Steef. Looks to be in good order - Good luck

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Stamo 50 Yes it's running

Post by Mark15 user on Fri Jan 22 2016, 12:59

Dear forum members,

Today I've put on a new fuel line and ad some 2 stroke gasoline.
After one pull it was running!  cheers  cheers  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3h6ZsQKxCI
Not bad for a 10 GBP "investment".

Needs an exhaust, some minor attention and of course a little tuning.
Seems to be worth it. Very Happy
I have to figure out what it will drive in future. (pump, little crusher, generator)
Machines should be representing the early sixties (1962)

Will post a video soon.

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Re: Oops I did it again! bought a Sachs Stamo 50 engine. Update 31-01 new pics

Post by Darryl Ovens on Sat Jan 23 2016, 22:58

Hi Steef,

Is that a speed reduction box I see on the back of the engine, If so you may find the output is a little slow for a generator or centrifugal pump, however better for reciprocating pump or crusher etc.

It's cosmetic condition is excellent, so I agree it would be a shame to loose that original paint and transfers. You get lucky sometimes!

Good on you Cheers Darryl

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Re: Oops I did it again! bought a Sachs Stamo 50 engine. Update 31-01 new pics

Post by Mark15 user on Mon Jan 25 2016, 15:56

Hi Darryl,

Yes it is a reduction box 1:2. Assuming the output will be 1500 RPM at max.
With a reciprocating pump you mean a piston pump I guess.


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Re: Oops I did it again! bought a Sachs Stamo 50 engine. Update 31-01 new pics

Post by Darryl Ovens on Mon Jan 25 2016, 19:28

Yes, exactly.

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minor optical changes

Post by Mark15 user on Sat Jan 30 2016, 20:10

Dear forum members,

Found a non runner for spareparts.
Replaced the inner engine cover, the exhaust and the foundation plate.
Still in doubt to clean the exhaust and respray or leave it as patina.
What do you think?

Picture will be uploaded when I have computer acces. Still strugling to upload pictures from my (not so) smart phone.

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Re: Oops I did it again! bought a Sachs Stamo 50 engine. Update 31-01 new pics

Post by Woodsman on Sun Jan 31 2016, 11:20

Hi Steef - my vote is to leave paintwork as it is.

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Sachs Stamo 50 Optical attention new pics

Post by Mark15 user on Sun Jan 31 2016, 19:18

Dear Forum members,

Finally made it to make some pics.

Frontview with exhaust


Backview please note the tankconnection with 2 hexagon bolts (black)
Replaced the inner housing part with the tank connections.

Gave it a short run this afternoon. Very easy starter runs like new Very Happy

@Paul,

Yes I agree. to leave it in the current patina state (including the exhaust)

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