IFA BK 350 1956

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MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350

IFA BK 350 1956

IFA BK 350 from 1956. The was produced in German Democratic in former DKW factory. It was their afterwar design. First in 1951 in Leipzig as „DKW-Zweizylindermaschine”. production started in the end of 1952 and until 1959 (see MZ BK 350 ). The motorcycle was fitted with two-cylinder boxer engine with two carburettors, 15 HP at 5000 and Cardan shaft drive stands for „Boxer-Kardan”).

Top speed about 120 kph.

„As far as layouts go, you can’t get much than the BK350′s air-cooled boxer twin. But when you about it, the format makes of sense, at least by the somewhat Eastern Block way of thinking behind the Iron Curtain.The of overhead valves helped the overall width of the horizontal fairly narrow, and the two opposed provided perfect primary

Since the two cylinders shared the intake timing and worked in to create the precisely timed cycle required to feed air and to the combustion chambers, they therefore share a common cavity. As a result, the cylinder was unusually narrow for a two-…. helped quell secondary (or “rocking couple”) as effectively as a boxer, which is to say, than any typical two-….


MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350

Most importantly—given the prevailing and economic conditions in Soviet countries in the ’50s—it achieved smoothness while remaining simple, simple. The design for the BK350 was originally proposed to DKW World War II, but the design was rejected as to the four-… boxer designs in production.

Once the Reds gained of East Germany, the utter and utility of the two-… design was more favorably by Der Kommissar it had been by those bourgeois of the former Reich. By the time the went into full in 1953, DKW had morphed into the IFA. The design would be until 1959, two years IFA was renamed “ Motorradwerk Zschopau,” or MZ as it better known.

With 15-17 horsepower, the 350cc was no powerhouse, and the electrics were a bit even by contemporary standards. But it was rugged, durable, easily with basic tools, and be had with either a standard transmission, or a set of lower ratios for duty. The engine’s resulting is minimalist, yet surprisingly pleasing, sculptural and undeniably elegant.” hooniverse.com

MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350
MZ BK 350

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