Re: 1981 Motocompo Build

Cable choke wired up to original cute lil lever. Also a wholesome friendship between a bird and banana

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Re: 1981 Motocompo Build

Back to this, Started porting the parmakit. I wanted to add stacked transfers like a Puch 74 Eurokit since I've had very good luck getting good speeds with those. Got the kit in my new vice and a 40 of king Cobra and got to work. Dang Nikasil is hard to cut!

I nicked the mating surface a little with my dremel chuck, sucks, I need to get some better tools.

Next is to work on the transfers from the case side and then move into exhaust width and port duration.

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gotddayyumm this is cool. keep up the good work!

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This is so tits.

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That is fresh af

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This is the best thing I have ever seen.

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Yes yes yes!!!

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Started to put holes in the side of my piston but I broke a drill bit in it and cracked off the skirt cuz I’m dumb and was pretty drunk on King Cobra, so I had to order a new piston. Decided to get this DR replacement piston since the oil gulleys on the side looked like they were relatively in the right spot at BDC, and I was right!!

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Got the dremel out and cut out a nice hole on both sides and it turned out pretty good! Plus this new piston has a top transfer window so I will be cutting the skirt on the kit to match

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Added port for top transfer window on the piston.

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Inside view of ports. looks pretty nice!

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Smoothed out top transfer, not perfect, but she'll do.

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Kippen going crazy playing with shower curtain!

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Cylinder painted and little mating surface marks filled with JB weld skim coat

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BDC on Engine. I marked where the rings are to make sure they wont catch on a port

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TDC. I decided to make and run a thicker base gasket to get my port timing a little better than in these pics.

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Thicker gasket made with Auto parts store 1.5mm thick paper.

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Engine pretty much done. Just need to finish up cleaning the clutch parts and putting them back in, then maybe I bench start it?

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Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

I remember once seeing a clip of a heavily modified motocompo in a tunnel matching pace with the car filming, and then twisting the throttle the rest of the way and ripping ahead, the glorious sound bouncing off the tunnel walls. Wish I could find it.

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Finally got my shock back along with the first ever prototype aftermarket shock for Motocompo. Fits perfect! Feels great! Finally I can ride it!!

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Also I have been getting into DIY milling and my first project was to try to remake a Trickmetric Dio adaptor since I needed another one anyway. Def not time or money efficient vs buying one on Treats, but that’s not the point. Here it is part way done cutting 7075 Al with a China desktop mill I modded and a super cheap $2 1/8” endmill.

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Finally riding it and working on tuning. Got 34 mph out of it yesterday on the stock engine with stock cylinder Needs more tuning, I have to roll into the throttle to prevent bog and I’m running a 60 pilot.

Thinking I might just kitslap the single speed and ride it this summer then convert to the SR motor this winter when I have more time.

Look how dumb and small it is:

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Dan (high idle) Conway /

Hey 34 is a lot faster than it was going when it was in pieces in the garage. Really nice job so far

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Trying out an Arri Racing stainless pipe from Japan. 32mph vs 34 with the hacked up Peoples Pipe, but damn is it pretty

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Other side plastics put on.

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I need to fix a little broken tab on the back and can put the under taillight trim on

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Hope to see this if we have any rallys this year. Please let us all know which ones you will be at. I need to see this thing in person.

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I’ll be at any and all Detroit and Milwaukee ones for sure. Also for sure the Creatures one in Cali in September but I’ll ride my Laguna at that.

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i can't wait to get totally smoked by something with 8" wheels!

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I need to hear this run with the new motor setup!

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OH MY this thing is heckin cute. That little pipe. Subbed.

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What are the details of the shock? Did you just piece it together from other shocks?

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That thing is the Pug of mopeds. So strange looking that it's cute and you can't help but fall in love with it. I'd definitely drive to a Detroit rally to see it up close.

Re: 1981 Motocompo Build

> Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> I remember once seeing a clip of a heavily modified motocompo in a

> tunnel matching pace with the car filming, and then twisting the

> throttle the rest of the way and ripping ahead, the glorious sound

> bouncing off the tunnel walls. Wish I could find it.

Re: 1981 Motocompo Build

Holy shit, that rips dicks. Hard dicks.

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