Buy Minarelli Jog 50cc and Jog 90cc parts here! Browse our diagrams for individual parts or buy the 50cc 2-Stroke Long Case Engine - Short Block for a partially assembled engine. Same Day Shipping on Orders Placed Before 3:00pm EST M-F. Free Shipping Orders Over $149!
Minarelli was founded in Bologna in 1951 as a motorcycle manufacturer. In 1954 it also began to build mopeds. Two years later Minarelli switched exclusively to 2-stroke engine manufacture. In 1967 the company changed its name to Motori Minarelli and by the 1970s engine production had reached 250,000 units a year. The company also entered motorcycle racing and won a number of titles. In 1990 the company began a business relationship with Yamaha. Five years later it employed 350 people and engine production had reached 450,000 units a year. In 2002, following changes in the world motorcycle market, Motori Minarelli became a member of the Yamaha Group. This popular engine has since been cloned by many Taiwanese and Chinese manufacturers. The engine has a horizontal cylinder (running parallel to the ground) and can be found in 50cc and 90cc versions marked as 40QMB and 50QMF respectively, and is commonly called a 50cc Jog engine or 90cc Jog engine. Although no longer produced, the Yamaha Jog remains a favorite engine of the U.S. scooter market!
Popular scooters that use the Minarelli engine and transmission are: Eton Beamer 2, Adly Bullseye and RT50, MZ Moskito, Keeway Hurricane and Venus, TGB Key West, Benelli Pepe and QuattronoveX, CPI Oliver, Vento Zip, Yamati RX8
Popular scooter models that use Minarelli engine but not transmission: Genuine Buddy 50, Rattler 50, Roughhouse 50
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