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Old 27th February 2010, 08:06   #1
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Smile 2 stroke Enfields from the 80s and 90s

Guys, check out this bike . I took the pic here from trivandrum in west fort.
I suppose it's an enfield 100 cc or more. Must be the zundapp Enfield fury.
It's too old and the owner has used a splendors headlamp maybe because got the original blown up. Compare it with the pure version in this list.
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Old 27th February 2010, 09:13   #2
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Its the Enfield explorer, a 50cc 2T m/c. This one is pretty complete except for that h/l assy. So you are on for a rebuild/ restoration?

Just see http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorbikes/60318-enfield-explorer-my-first-love-story.html for a ref & the Vintage Forum for much more..


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Old 27th February 2010, 11:20   #3
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No buddy, That isn't mine anyways. Just found it. It's the alloys which caught my eyes into taking a look.. there was no registration plate on the bike. i think the owner has totally dumped it.. i think That guy doesn't know the Heritage of old enfields.
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Old 22nd March 2010, 15:38   #4
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This is s pic of small 35cc scooter or moped suits it better. Don't know which Manufacturer. any body got any idea?
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This is s pic of small 35cc scooter or moped suits it better. Don't know which Manufacturer. any body got any idea?
I can see MOFA painted on the side. One of my uncles used to have this one when I was a kid. 35cc, if I remember correctly.
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Made by Enfield. Here is a photo off this site somewhere.

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it is an enfield indeed. and the smallest one. hehehe
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That is Enfield Mofa, 30cc 2 stroke engine that required no RTO approval, means no registration required, you simply buy the moped from the showroom & start riding right away; how convenient, isn't it?.
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This is s pic of small 35cc scooter or moped suits it better. Don't know which Manufacturer. any body got any idea?
This particular Mofa belongs to a friend(his uncle's) of my brother. I think it was imported from UK. And yes, it is 35cc.

OT - Anupam, where you got the pic from ? I think it was a pic shot by croy.
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Default it is 22 cc

i have this moped.but it is 22 cc
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Yup its an Enfield Mofa, had one in school and managed to sieze the engine in the first week Its 22 cc IIRC. Petrol tank is the tubular chassis itself. No shocks, just the spring mounted seats and used to have a decent head light.
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