Mega Racing Engines ZX DS-III Series

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Serpent has been in touch to inform us of details of their 2009 Mega engine line up which is the result of continuous development alongside Picco over the past season. As before the pricing of the Mega engines will remain on the very affordable level. Click the read more link below for further details –

Mega ZX-12 DS-III –

New crankshaft with smaller big-end pin, new conrod with more material in lower part, stronger, more durable, still very light-weight. New graphics on the cooling head.

Mega ZX-12 DS-III EM –

EM = Eduardo Modified version with black-case, improved lighter crankshaft with silicone, hand-selected piston/liner/conrod combinations, tear-drop workings on the ports. New graphics on the cooling head.

Mega ZX-21 DS-III –

Improved liner-fit, the liner is seated a little higher in the crankcase, creating an even better alignment with the ports. New graphics on the coolinghead.

Mega ZX-21 DS-III EM –

EM = Eduardo Modified version with black-case, improved lighter crankshaft with silicone, hand-selected piston/liner/conrod combinations, tear-drop workings on the ports. New graphics on the coolinghead.

Mega ZX-21 OFR DS-III –

Improved liner-fit, the liner is seated a little higher in the crankcase, creating an even better alignment with the ports. New larger cooling-head. New graphics on the coolinghead.

Mega ZX-21 OFR DS-III EM –

EM = Eduardo Modified version with black-case, improved lighter crankshaft with silicone, hand-selected piston/liner/conrod combinations, tear-drop workings on the ports. New graphics on the coolinghead.

Mega ZX-28 T DS-III –

New larger cooling-head, otherwise same.

Mega ZX-28 T DS-III pull-start –

New larger cooling-head, otherwise same.

[Our thanks go to Serpent for this news]