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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by R80st, Apr 25, 2020.
The Cemec was a French postwar BMW based design.
Yeah yeah. Got the T shirt.
Saw this at a gas station in Nevada on the way home from California in 1977. Dunstall disc front brakes.
Isn't that a 90 degree twin and not an opposed twin "boxer"?
It’s an opposed 4 two stroke boxer.
here’s one in a Beemer!
Sorry..but what? Those aren't even remotely the same motors. I see a verticle cylinder and a horizontal cylinder, much like a Ducati in the photo I quoted. Spark plug caps being a dead giveaway. Are we looking at the same photo?
This is the photo I see and it's 100% a 90 degree twin.
Here’s another one. In a sidecar.
This is the most confusing engine I've ever seen and I'm fascinated.
Konig is a 4 cylinder 2 stroke boxer engine
Capriolo 150 cc from 1955
I still don't get it. I'm seeing 2 horizontal spark plugs. Where's the opposed twin "boxer" part of the motor?
I think what you’re seeing sticking up at a right angle is the carb. It is a two stroke I believe so th carb would feed the “bottom” of the stroke.
Interesting engine indeed.
It’s pretty simple really. Google König 500 outboard engine.....
On the OPPOSITE side, perhaps?
Is that toothed belt off the crank driving a rotary valve under the carb?
Rear spark plug change would be fun...