Puch Engine Specifications eHow

Rubric: interesting | 11 May 2015 | Comments Off on Puch Engine Specifications eHow
Puch Engine Specifications eHow

Puch Engine Specifications Puch GS 125 HF 1986 Puch manufactured the Puch GS 125 HF in 1986. The bike came equipped with a 124 cc engine and six-speed chain transmission. The engine included one cylinder that finished the complete combustion cycle in two strokes. The liquid-cooled engine generated a maximum of 9.8 horsepower at 10,000 rpm and reached a top speed of 62.1 miles per hour (mph). The engine offered a 2.1-inch bore and stroke with a compression ratio of 15-to-1. Puch GS 350 F 5 1987 Puch marketed the Puch GS 350 F 5 recreational vehicle in 1987. The bike included a 348 cc engine and five-speed chain transmission. The liquid-cooled engine offered a 3.2-inch bore and 2.6-inch stroke ...

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CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1973 PUCH 125GS News vintagemx

Rubric: interesting | 27 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1973 PUCH 125GS News vintagemx
CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1973 PUCH 125GS News vintagemx

CLASSIC MOTOCROSS IRON: 1973 PUCH 125GS A relative of the famous bikes sold in Sears Roebuck; but not the same by any means By Tom White The Austrian company, Puch, was founded as a bicycle manufacturer in 1903 by Johann Puch. By 1952, the company was building motor scooters, and in 1957, they started exporting the Puch 500 motorcycle to America. It was sold under the name “Allstate” by Sears and Roebuck. In the early 1970s, California entrepreneur Ted Lapadakis became the importer for the all-new Puch 125/175cc machines, which were purpose-built for motocross and enduro. The Puchs were excellent motorcycles, though the motocross models never became popular here. There were a couple ...

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Rick Sieman: SuperHunky.com

Rubric: interesting | 28 Jan 2015 | Comments Off on Rick Sieman: SuperHunky.com
Rick Sieman: SuperHunky.com

THE PUCH GS MX 1971-1975 BY MATT CUDDY What about the Puch 175 MX? I asked Rick Pearson over a few beers. “Old goofy stuff” replied my buddy Rick as I tried to pry more Puch knowledge out of his fertile motorcycle mind. Rick knows about everything when it comes to motorcycles, and I wasn’t going to disagree with the master. If Rick said goofy, they were goofy all right. Sure Rick, Puch made some “goofy” bikes, but they also built some dang fine dirt machines. Puch, in the nineteen seventies built some very competitive off-road machines that won everything from gold medals in the ISDT, to desert races across the pond in the United States. If anything, Puchs ...

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