My skill level with mopeds is limited, though I've fixed hundreds of bicycles so I know how to turn a wrench and I have a lot of tools including , bearing pullers, torque wrench, sockets, piston stop etc....
I've read all the threads, videos and wiki on ZA50 rebuilds. People talk a lot about how hard it is but really whats so hard about it?
Are people put off by the precise shimming needed at the end?
Or is it just hard relative to E50's that most people are used to?
I don't mind if it takes a couple days, at least I'll learn something.
I just want my moped to run good and reliable and not f it up.
Oh and I want it to go fast so I plan on kitting.