The battery may only be connected or disconnected while the ignition is - Remove the battery. It can be done with the motor in the frame and exposes the shifting linkages which also allows you to check and adjust these. The Sachs motors are fine engineered machines designed to allow the internal moving parts to be precisely assembled. These have flat port intakes, often with an angled adapter. More info can be found in.
The longer stroke is accomplished by pushing the big-end pivot farther out on the lobes of the crank. These are fully interchangeable between all of the motors. The manual shift cases are different as mentioned before, but can be converted by drilling and filling the appropriate holes, which are present in all of the cases; info on converting can be found also in. Brake linings 1 are subject to wear. The stud spacing is different from the other jugs to prevent easy swapping of parts, though simply elongating the holes in any other Sachs jug will allow it to be fit onto the B bottom end.
Take care not to damage the brake discs and linings 4 while installing - Attach the axle nut 2 and screw tight. On the Sachs motors there is a metal plate riveted on the top of the ignition case. Braking on a curve increases the danger of sliding. The gear ratios on the 2's are 1. Final gearbox ratio of most 2 speed are 4. The parts for all of these versions of motors are not all the same and even though some look the same and will fit, they will not work.
The chain setting affects the wear on the drive chain and sprocket as well as the - Prop the motorbike up on the side stand. To help in adjusting the shifting properly and accurately, use the Sachs adjusting tool. I've focused on the 50 series moped motors, but some other manual and vertical cylinder moped motors exist - please feel free to add any additional details. The manual should be read first before tearing into anything on the bike! The first number is the year, the next two are the month e. The intake port is angled like the B but unlike the flat port on the C and D, and comes with a 14mm diameter intake.
The cylinder studs are farther inward. Parts Lists Parts lists are available showing every part on the bike and motors and identify everything with a part number. Very restricted 2 speed B's even came with 10 and 16mm exhause headers. What's interesting is that the company had only eight employees in the first year of existence, all of them manufacturing bicycles. This tool is available as part no. This is useful as a guide to help identify exactly what type of motor that you have. Order part 0636-120-000 or check.
To convert a B version 25 km to an A 40 km you have to change the engine case set, the cylinder, the intake, the clutch plates, the carburetor, the exhaust, and maybe the sprocket s. It's distinguished by the tapered marked 40kph. Otherwise there will be a wrong mea-. To drain the oil on a Sachs motor, remove the clutch cover. Do not remove the bolt on the underside of the motor that looks like an oil drain plug.
Sachs motorcycles at the European Motorcycle Universe - includes forum and gallery. Wheels, hubs depending on riding style, load and tire pressure the wear limit may already be reached after only 2500 km or even earlier. These number are stamped on or around by the steering head. If it says 49cc you have the 44mm crank - even if it's a B designated motor. Sometimes however, the cranks may have been swapped before or you're buying one randomly, or maybe you don't have the tag. The crank does have a different taper on the flywheel side.
The clutches, cranks, seals, topends and internal gearing with the exception of the pedal drive gears are shared with the other 504 motors. The 504's have a shoulder right after the area where the bearing and seal are, and then it's smaller from there. Stamp, signature Stamp, signature Stamp, signature Stamp, signature. Moreover, Sachs won several awards in the competitions it participated, including gold and silver medals. They're most common on the Sparta Foxi mopeds among other bikes. They also use the shorter crank and have very restrictive intake and exhaust porting and a hp rating of 1.