Slide carb questions

cfh

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#25
parts for the H50 like a billet rod is nearly impossible to find. that's why i stick with the HS50. the motors are easy to come by, as they were used in zillions of snowblowers. And Arc makes a billet rod for the hs50.

you can get an HS50 custom cam too as there's 3 companies that make them, all are good. Most people go with Dynacam, mostly because it's a name brand. but the other two companies are quite good also, just not as well known. I just sent Randy at Dynacam twelve HS50 cam cores, and they welded and cut their 255 onto them. Most people go with 245, but figured why not get the most i can out of it, and went with the 255. You can't really go much bigger than a 255 without modifying the head significantly.

The other advantage to the hs50 is there's lots of info on that motor and how to modify it. In comparison there's very little info on modifying the H50. Also just the size difference between the two motors is striking. The h50 is a monster in width, where the hs50 fits much better into nearly any minibike format.
 

Fourtogo

Well-Known Member
#26
parts for the H50 like a billet rod is nearly impossible to find. that's why i stick with the HS50. the motors are easy to come by, as they were used in zillions of snowblowers. And Arc makes a billet rod for the hs50.

you can get an HS50 custom cam too as there's 3 companies that make them, all are good. Most people go with Dynacam, mostly because it's a name brand. but the other two companies are quite good also, just not as well known. I just sent Randy at Dynacam twelve HS50 cam cores, and they welded and cut their 255 onto them. Most people go with 245, but figured why not get the most i can out of it, and went with the 255. You can't really go much bigger than a 255 without modifying the head significantly.

The other advantage to the hs50 is there's lots of info on that motor and how to modify it. In comparison there's very little info on modifying the H50. Also just the size difference between the two motors is striking. The h50 is a monster in width, where the hs50 fits much better into nearly any minibike format.
The HS50 is the one that has the 120v starter set up ?
 
#28
How do obtain one of those ?
I don't know if you got this information yet, so here you go:

ARC Billet Rod
18 LB Springs
Lower Retainers (You Need Two)
Split Lock Keepers (You Need Four)

The lower retainers will need to be slightly machined to fit the springs, but it is an easy job. You can use a drill and a file if it comes down to it. You'll want to make a better intake manifold, as the stock one is inefficient due to the bends in it to facilitate a gravity fed system. So if you plan to mount a stock tank on your engine, you will need a fuel pump- diaphragm type, and run it off of an NPT nipple you incorporate into your newly minted intake manifold.
 
#29
I don't know if you got this information yet, so here you go:

ARC Billet Rod
18 LB Springs
Lower Retainers (You Need Two)
Split Lock Keepers (You Need Four)

The lower retainers will need to be slightly machined to fit the springs, but it is an easy job. You can use a drill and a file if it comes down to it. You'll want to make a better intake manifold, as the stock one is inefficient due to the bends in it to facilitate a gravity fed system. So if you plan to mount a stock tank on your engine, you will need a fuel pump- diaphragm type, and run it off of an NPT nipple you incorporate into your newly minted intake manifold.
I think he’s working on a H50….. no cool parts that I know of…..
 
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