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McCulloch MC101
McCulloch MAC-101

 

The McCulloch MAC-101, also called the MC-101 and MC101, is a two-stroke, single cylinder engine that was designed and produced by McCulloch Motors Corporation for kart racing use, being introduced in 1967. It was also used in the late 1970s and early 1980s as an ultralight aircraft engine.

All models in the MC-101 series have a bore of 2.280 in (5.791 cm), a stroke of 1.835 in (4.661 cm) and a displacement of 7.5 cu in (122.90 cc).

 

Variants:
MC-101
Introduced in 1967

MC-101A
Introduced in 1969

MC-101AA
Introduced in 1971

MC-101B
Introduced in 1974

MC-101C
Introduced in 1969

MC-101D
Introduced in 1971

MC-101M/C
Introduced in 1973

 

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UFM Easy Riser

 

Specifications:

MC-101B
Type: single cylinder, two-stroke engine
Bore: 2.280 in (5.791 cm)
Stroke: 1.835 in (4.661 cm)
Displacement: 7.5 cu in (122.90 cc)
Fuel system: carburetor
Oil system: pre-mixed
Cooling system: air-cooled
Power output: 12.5 hp (9 kW) at 9000 rpm

 

 

 

 

 


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