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A '''Two speed''' generally refers to a moped engine with an internal, automatic shift to a second gear.  The Puch [[ZA50]] is probably the most common example of a two speed.
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'''Two speed''' generally refers to a moped engine with an internal, automatic shift to a second gear.  The [[Puch]] [[ZA50]], [[Tomos]] [[A3]], [[A35]], and [[A55]] are the most common examples of two speed engines.
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Latest revision as of 13:22, 21 September 2008

Two speed generally refers to a moped engine with an internal, automatic shift to a second gear. The Puch ZA50, Tomos A3, A35, and A55 are the most common examples of two speed engines.

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