it depends on the brand...the standard horse power for a 125cc dirt bike engine a.k.a lifan is about 9hp it varies with all different modies but are still around the 9hp mark...hope that helps
Lifan lf 250-4
Lifan Group's population is 13,653.
Chongqing Lifan F.C. was created on 2000-08-19.
hooper imports is the largest importer of lifan motorcycles and parts they carry over a million dollars in inventory in there wharehouse in seattle. They will most definitly have the parts you need for your 200cc lifan. http://www.ronincycleparts.com
real depends on what your looking for if your looking for chain or sprokets you can use 1983 xl185 Honda parts if your looking for engine parts well you can get them on eBay but you will have to match them up the engine is made by lifan so you would be looking for parts for an ohc 200cc Chinese engine or lifan engine hope this helps I think the old xl185 parts will also work for body parts like gas tank and seat!!
The Lifan group is a public company located in China and is a manufacturer of cars and motorbikes. The car production began in 2005. The company was founded in 1992.
There are many chinese/Honda clones : Lifan,Loncin,Ducar,Zongshen. .etc. They have a very similar look, but most have pushrods instead OHV, the bore ranges between 63,65 and 67mm and the stroke acordingly. The POWER claimed in the brochures is too optimistic : the truth ranges from12HP(200cc) to 18HP(250ccOHV).
Geely, Chery, & Lifan
If your like me I lost my patiants, just pull on it, the POS will rip write off. I think they assembled the bike to the seat- Lifan bikes -POS- Lifan offers little or no support!Need parts I will sell you mine GX-20-5 2007 Cheap- better hurry before I burn it!
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Replacing the entire engine may be an easier solution since you can purchase a brand new 6.5HP engine from HARBOR FREIGHT or places like that for around $100-135 Some of the guys on the oldminibikes.com forum have swapped out the lifan 2.8 engines for a bigger engine, like the aforementioned.
My lifan CT110cc can run without a battery. It has an internal charger built in.
No they are not , parts hard to get, please pay the extra money and buy a honda, very disapointed with my 2007, ready to part it out cheap. I bought Lifan pannier 50 cc and put 500 km on it. No problem so far, good on fuel too. Damir Bosnia
if on 5th gear about 60 if lower maybe 40 depending on speed and hills
If you're talking about physically going inside the motor to remove the governor, on the stock lifan 2.8 engine, it's probably not worth it as you'd end up blowing the motor in no time. However, there is a governor adjusting screw that you can adjust to get a few more MPH out of it.
Some brands could include: Great Wall, Geely, JAC, BYD, Lifan, Roewe, MG, Chery, Brilliance.
The stock Baja Motorsports Doodlebug DB30 has a 98cc Lifan 2.8HP engine. Most guys will find it under-powered, even after doing things like adjusting the governor, or even adding a larger (68-80tooth) sprocket on the rear. It's not uncommon to see people purchase the doodlebug, and replace it with a 6.5 Honda Clone engine, found at most automotive stores for $99-$160 The clutches that come with these mini bikes are also sub-par. Feel free to message me if you have any questions about the doodlebug.
The Greyhound 6.5 is the same engine as the Blue Max line Harbor Freight sells. They are Chinese Honda clones manufactured either by Xiangdong or Lifan who produce engines for Honda. The parts for these engines are interchangeable with the Honda GX200 engine which means there are a lot of aftermarket performance parts available. The engines are of good quality and boast a little more low end torque than comparitively sized engines. They are getting great reviews in the gokart racing community. I've had great luck with the 13hp (GX390 clone) engine and will actually be purchasing a 6.5 hp engine from HF this week for a mini-chopper we're building. Whether you buy from Harbor Freight, on ebay, or from some other source, you can't get a better engine for the money. Go for it!
In 1997, Chrysler Corporation and Rover Group (then a subsidiary of BMW) formed Tritec, a joint venture to design a new small straight-4 engine for small cars. They built a factory in Campo Largo of Curitiba, Brazil, to manufacture the engine. When BMW sold Rover Group, BMW retained the stake in Tritec.It is also called the Pentagon engine. Production began in September 1999.It is a modern engine with an SOHC 16-valve head, electronic throttle control, and meets Euro III emissions requirements. There are three versions of the engine, 1.4 L, 1.6 L, and supercharged 1.6 L.BMW complained about the performance of the engine. According to Ward's Auto, Erich Sonntag of BMW described the Tritec engine as old fashioned and not very effective on function, performance and fuel efficiency. BMW has replaced this engine in the MINI with the new Prince engine family developed in partnership with PSA Peugeot Citroën, since Chrysler was a part of their rival DaimlerChrysler. BMW's contract with Tritec expired in 2007 and it terminated the joint venture with DaimlerChrysler in July. DaimlerChrysler passed on the engine factory to the Chrysler group when the two split up and Chrysler was sold off later in 2007.In February 2006, the Chinese auto company Lifan bid to purchase the factory after 2007, when the current Tritec engine is no longer needed by BMW and Chrysler. Lifan's plan calls for moving factory tooling to China where it would produce a derivative of the Tritec engine by 2008. These engines would then be used by Lifan to begin an automobile export business to Europe and North America.In March 2008 Fiat Powertrain Technologies announced it will buy the plant and licenses to produce Tritec engines. This investment is around 83 million euros.[
Lifan of Chongqing and in 130 countries is the top selling scooter manufacturer in 2008, 2009 and 2010 years. This brand is becoming famous quickly for their quality motor manufacturing in most cases surpassing Honda quality and reliability numbers. With a strong American showing as American Lifan it will eventually be one of the top five in the American Market in terms of pure sales volume. Keep your eyes open as more and more of these scooters will be filling the streets in the years to come.