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Progress on the Honda PS50 engine restoration

It has been a while already since I last worked on the Honda PS50 engine, but this week some good progress has been made. The engine has been taken apart and re-assembled a few times because I was not happy about how some parts were fitting together and I think I have found the correct order of assembling now.

The whole process has been captured on photos, so I can start working on the manual soon. As always, this will take a while and better slow progress than nothing at all.

ps50 engine restored 1

A little silver and black spray paint does wonders!

ps50 engine restored 2

Tomorrow, coil repair! D:

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+1 #3 Woelfy 2016-04-25 15:04
Quoting foxbox:
Quoting Woelfy:
Very Nice! Question no topic on the forum from this restauration? Im gonna help my dad restore is new "old" PS50.


Hi Woelfy!
There is indeed no topic about it, as far as I can remember (not even on the old forum) but please feel free to start a topic and ask any question you have! We're more than happy to help you out! :)

This is a bit of a weird engine, not so standard from the regular PS50 engine, afaik. So far, I have not been able to find a correct parts list for it, for example.

Hope to hear from you! :D


No indeed didn't found it on the old forum either.
Hm maybe I can dig up an old PS50 partslist or owners manual. I will post it on the forum when I have it. So this isn't a PS50 engine from the PS50K ? Or is this the engine from the newer PS50 model with the chrome gastank?
+1 #2 foxbox 2016-04-24 16:42
Quoting Woelfy:
Very Nice! Question no topic on the forum from this restauration? Im gonna help my dad restore is new "old" PS50.


Hi Woelfy!
There is indeed no topic about it, as far as I can remember (not even on the old forum) but please feel free to start a topic and ask any question you have! We're more than happy to help you out! :)

This is a bit of a weird engine, not so standard from the regular PS50 engine, afaik. So far, I have not been able to find a correct parts list for it, for example.

Hope to hear from you! :D
+1 #1 Woelfy 2016-04-24 15:15
Very Nice! Question no topic on the forum from this restauration? Im gonna help my dad restore is new "old" PS50.

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