Hans Hartman wrote:
> > Hello fellow mopedeers,
> At 20:13 19-8-00 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (still stoned) wrote:
> > >Hello everyone I recently purchased a Puch MS50 moped model #810.94040 I
> >need to find a complete flywheel magneto generator the part number is
> >302.2.50.000.0 I haven't had any luck thus far anyone know where I
> >might find it? This is the only thing I haven't been able to find,I'm
> >almost ready to give up and just cut my losses but it is such a sweet
> >ped.....thanks LIS
> > > > Puch uses Bosch ignitions, which were used in lots of mopeds. I my
> experience, these parts are exchangeble.
> To be certain, I got myself a Bosch catalog. The partsnumbers are the same
> for Maxi groundplate and coils.
> So groundplates whith coils of a Puch Maxi will fit your MS fine. The
> flywheel might be different, but chances are it will work well. I suspect
> that obtaining a Maxi ignition assembly won't be that difficult.
Actualy it won't. The ignitions are interchangeble with exception of the
breakerpoints. This has to do with the direction the engine runs. An MS
50 engine runs "forwards" where a Maxi engine runs "backwards". Therefor
the flywheels aren't interchangeble either.
However there are a lot of other brands of engines out there which do
use the same type of bosch ignition. For instance most sachs engines.
There are a lot of these flywheels out there, but if all else fails you
can order one here in the Netherlands.