Ceci est une découverte importante, et modifie mon histoire du début des motoculteurs Energic puisque ceci change le nombre de machines disponibles depuis 1931/2 (G9 treuil et dérivés modèles, 245CC B5, C7 B4L 350cc et le 500cc B5L (80mm x 98mm cours) monocylindre).
I have just discovered a 500cc B5L single cylinder 4 stroke engine (Motobécane is finally producing its first 100% inhouse 4 stroke engine). which is in a 1931/2 Energic. I have never seen one before on a D9 / M9 plate.
Its serial number is very low, in the mid 400’s, so this engine was produced before the creation of the S Bloc. (which started for serial numbers above 500).
There is not much knowledge about these engines. These engines were first produced for motorbikes, but only for a short time and in small quantities. Even in the form of motorbike engines, they are rare. So to find one on a tiller with an Energic crankcase is even rarer.
This is the only picture I can find on the internet of this engine, and it is on a motorbike.
This is an important find and changes my history of early Energic tillers as it changes the number of machines available since 1931/2 (G9 winch and derivative models, 245CC B5, C7 B4L 350cc and the 500cc B5L (80mm x 98mm courses) single cylinder).
New Energic motoculteur D9 5BL project just found! Very rusty, been outside for a long time.
Read more about Energic motoculteur C7 B4L here.
Read more about Energic motoculteur D9 S Bloc here.
Read more about Energic motoculteur C7 S Bloc here.
Read more about the Energic motoculteur B1 here.
Read more about the Energic motoculteur G9 here.
Read more about Energic History here.
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