Looking to I D some engine parts

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Mark Loraine
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Looking to I D some engine parts

Post by Mark Loraine » Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:45 pm

Looking to I D, 2 head and an intake adapter plate, any one know what these are?
Thanks,
Mark L./SWNY
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Mark Loraine
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Re: Looking to I D some engine parts

Post by Mark Loraine » Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:47 pm

Need to I D these parts, anyone up for positive identification.
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Re: Looking to I D some engine parts

Post by Rob Voska » Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:55 pm

Reed engineering head is for a Power Products.

Other head hard to tell. Modified to fit on a McCulloch or is it a 100CC BM head?

Mark Loraine
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Re: Looking to I D some engine parts

Post by Mark Loraine » Fri Sep 18, 2020 2:42 pm

Thank you for your response;

The BM heads use an 8mm stud to mount head, these holes are either ¼” or for 6mm.(.260”)
Also the overall width of this head is 4 & 7/8” diameter, smaller than the BM heads.
The spark plug hole looks like it’s for long reach B9ES or N-2.
Top of the plughole to the deck is 1.300”.
CTC mount holes are 1.313” approx.
Holes do not line up with McCulloch.
Weighs 1-pound 1.55ozs
99 % sure this is kart related due to the location it came from.

Mark

Mark Loraine
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Re: Looking to I D some engine parts

Post by Mark Loraine » Fri Jan 01, 2021 10:25 am

still hoping to I D the head in the top left, hopefully the specs I gave on it will help tell what engine used this.
thanks and Happy New Year.
Regards,
Mark L./SWNY

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