Q: I have a Toyan FS100 methanol engine and I was wandering if this could be converted to gasoline, is there a conversion kit available that has all the necessary items in it including the pulse sensor and mounting bracket, the ignition module and spark plug. please advise.
If you want to convert a methanol engine into a gasoline engine, all you need to do is to remove the original flywheel, and then install the flywheel with magnets.and you also need to buy and replace the CDI Hall sensor igniter kit, spark plugs, and gasoline fuel yourself. After you have made it, add gasoline fuel and start your engine to check if it works.
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Hi, I was wandering about the timing aspect since the original flywheel has a locating peg so the flywheel can only be fitted in one position, looking at the photo of the conversion flywheel it doesn’t seem to have this locating peg so how do you set the timing correctly? and could it slip? also should there be a bracket or clip on the bottom of the engine (at the rear) to fit the hall sensor to? please advise, kind regards M Meszaros.