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Old 10-16-2007, 12:33 PM
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Anyone have any thoughts or experience with the 50cc version of this engine,
am looking at it as the power source for my Sig Sun Dancer.
Old 10-16-2007, 12:38 PM
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I believe you will get overwhelming positive replies on this one. Scott at brillelli is really good to deal with, and lots have given his new 50 their blessing. You won't go wrong working with Scott.

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Old 10-16-2007, 12:42 PM
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I haven't played with a 50 yet, but I can tell you the older 26, the 46, and the 60 rock. I have a new 26 on the way soon so I will have more feedbackk on that one soon.

From everything I have heard the 50 is a great little engine.
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The 50 is their version of this Echo engine. Comes from an Echo chainsaw. I have done several and they have great power. Also the same engine as the old BME 50. They just machined the cooling fins and put that sexy engraving of the name on the cylinder. CS-510 was the Echo short block I and BME used. The new one may be the CS-520 as I recall.
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Buy it. You won't be sorry.
Old 10-18-2007, 01:31 PM
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thanks for the positive remarks on this one, am also looking at the DL50, but leaning towards the Brillelli motor,
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Scott at brillelli and Bob at DLusa are both straight shooters, really good guys to deal with. You won't be sorry either way.

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ORIGINAL: Pat Roy

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