Thats it bro and thanks! Been slooooowly getting work done to it.
I was super lucky in tracking down a NOS long seat (Thanks a lot peeps at 77mopeds for going above and beyond).
I also forgot to mention that it has a 75cc high compression garelli head on it though that was probably obvious it isnt stock.. lol.
As far as the performance related questions I'll have to get back to you on that as I get it tuned better. If I had to sum up the performance at this point in one word it would be.. shit. If I had to sum up the potential in one word it would be.. shitloads. If I had to sum up the list of to dos in one word it would be... shitloads.
I havent ever had a V1 but from what I do know the V1 is a much more practical option. As all the parts I have got for this are primarily for V1s and require modification to get to work with the V2. There are a few things I am going to have to do to reach the peds potential that will be a pain that I wouldnt have to do with a V1 that would yield similar results I would imagine. Re-weighting the variator is def one of those things as it engages almost immediately at this point and thats unacceptable. I have MORE than enough low end I could sure use the variator a bit later in the power band. Any insight in this matter?? Anyone??
Also, as my carb is tuned so freakin badly right now Im not sure about timing just yet.. may have to do it but unsure. Ill let you know more on that later. To sum up the carb issues my idle jet is significantly too big. My main jet is also too big. While I wait on jets in my guestimated range Ill have to make due with what I have. about a quarter throttle seems to run fairly well at this point but thats it.. 4-stroking at every other position unless its a nice cold night (only had one of those so far) at quarter throttle it pushes me to (guessing as my speedo is off) 40ish. Def not above 40 yet though as it 4-strokes badly when I get above 35 or so. It definitely has much more give. Im guessing properly tuned and geared the way it sits it will run mid 40's. I say this because that is what tim reeder is getting on his kitted v2.
I will say, however, it will pop wheelies if you arent careful. Almost too much low end torque.
Ill keep you all posted on my findings for sure. If anyone has any advice, comments, or suggestions please let me hear em!
I just got it built after months of waiting on all the parts and I am very excited to get it running smoothly.. wont be long now :)