FAQ - Frequently asked Questions

 

Question:
I have a second hand ZG 38, how can I tell whether it is a ZG 38, ZG 38S or a ZG 38SC.

Answer:
The ZG 38 has very thick cooling fins, seen from the side these fins are tapered, 1 mm thick at the ends and 3 mm thick in the middle. The ZG 38S has thin fins with a 1 mm constant thickness. The ZG 38SC is the ZG 38S with a choke in the carburettor.

 

Question:
Is there a set of parts for the ZG 38 silencer?

Answer:
No! The header pipe hole in the silencer must be bell mouthed. This can only be done after the end caps are welded on. Hardly anyone has a tool to bellmouth stainless steel. Without the bellmouth the header joint would not last.

 

Question:
Are spares obtainable for the old Titan ZG 22.

Answer:
Of course, although these spares are no longer in the new catalogue they are still available. The most spares are identical to the ZG 23SL spares anyway.

 

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