ILO-Motorenwerke

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Company logo in the 1950s

The ILO-Motorenwerke in Pinneberg existed from 1911 to 1990 and were one of the biggest manufacturers of two-stroke engines in Germany.

ILO comes from the Esperanto word for "tool". The name was stylized as JLO in the company logo.

Engines[edit]

The appended "V" stands for Ventilation, i.e. an additional cooling blower.[1]

engine use
ILO F48 motorized bicycles [2]
ILO MG125 some Radex motorcycles[3]
ILO MG150V
ILO MG175
ILO M200V universal engine, used in e.g.
Hoffmann MR200, Tornax V200, Fuldamobil, Glas Goggo-Roller 200, Röhr Rolletta, etc.[3]
ILO V200
ILO Twin 250 used in e.g.

AWD, Buydens, Bücker, Austria-Alpha, SPARTA... motorcycles [4][5]

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