Energic Motoculteur 107 – series 100.
Engine/Moteur. Patissier 2 stroke, a single-cylinder which was specifically built for this motoculteur. The alloy engine was fitted with a high-grade inner liner, with the crankshaft mounted on roller bearings. The engine is air-cooled, with the fan being driven from the flywheel, forcing air into the hood around the cylinder. Lubrication was by 2 stroke 8% oil mix in the petrol. All transmission and reduction gears were lubricated by turning in an oil bath reservoir.
Patissier 2 stroke system.
Lubrication. By constant circulation of oil held within the sump of the engine. The circulation pressure being attained from crankcase pressure spraying/mist droplets of oil onto all the moving parts of the engine, including the overhead valves which are under a watertight housing.
Carburateur Automatique. At a constant level.
Cooling. One large aluminium fan is mounted at the front of the engine, running on ball bearings. This system draws air into the hood circulating around the engine, ensuring cooling. this system was tested in extremely high temperatures and proved effective.
Starting. By hand turning the pulley at the front of the engine, usually with twine/cord.
Air filter/Cleaner. Filter in a bath of oil.
Gears. 3 forward and 1 reverse gear depending upon the options. this operates through a lever.
Exhaust/Silencer. Fitted to the right-hand side in a frontal position (viewed from the rear looking forward), away from the driver.
Steering. By directing the handlebars.
Wheels. Pneumatic Tyre wheels. The blockage is independent for each wheel.
Hitch. Manual universal hitch with metal pin to attach diverse ancillary equipment, ploughs, hoes, etc.
Fuel consumption. Up to 1 3/4 litre of fuel per hour dependent upon working conditions. The tank holds approx. 7 litres.
Throttle control. Operated from the lever on the right-hand handlebar.
Weight. 215+kgs With additional wheel weights of approx. 25kgs single or (50kgs) double. Also, it is possible to fill the tyre with water for extra traction and weight.
Ploughing. Depth was between 10cm and 20cm.
.The wheels had a diameter of 68,5cms. By reversing the wheels on the machine you could obtain a width of 46cms, 56cms and 66cms.
It remained till the 200 series (204 and 207 models) was introduced in 1954/5, specifically in the 207 models which used the same tried and tested Patissier 2 stroke 7cv engine.
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