> Jacob Becker Wrote:
> Than k you for all of the info!
> I will remember that went setting the timing and will be certain to
> check the gap. I have the treatmetric jammer clutch. What colored
> springs would be best for that particular clutch? The stiff ones still?
> I cannot find any Estoril pipes since they are all sold out.
> This was the pipe I was considering? Would this perform similar to an
> Estoril sidebleed
Can’t stand the jammer clutch because shoes are not asbestos lined which means you can’t use synthetic motor oil you have to use junk tranny fluid, can’t stand the side bleed peoples pipe either as well as junk India made CDI, so you’re on your own sorry,
Wonderful stock six wire point ignition, estroil pipe, stock 2 shoe clutch with thick springs:
The video is over five years old but My set up was built 13 seasons ago and still runs perfecto with maintenance to ring piston and ignition.
You’ll be lucky to get one season out of what you’re trying to do and there’s no way you’re going to get the 58+mph I do with great take off for the years I do.
The weak links are the India CDI, aftermarket clutch which goes sparkless at the worst times that has Kevlar lined shoes not asbestos, a pipe that’s not a derestricted estroil plus you have no clue on gearing and whatever else you did wrong by buying aftermarket crap when stock euro stuff is superior,
Right now is the 13th season of this wonderful maroon maxiluxe and it blasts almost all step/most any mopeds and many small motorcycles and scooters, including Honda mb5, elite 50-80cc, Yamaha 60-80cc all of them are all in my rearview mirror,
Today I even blew by Toyota Prius like it was standing still at 55-57mph,
Sweet reliable set up, 1980 maxiluxe built in late 1979, oh ya still has the stock brass bushing non needle crank too. I’ve had several bikers/Harley Davison owners ride this bike and they Couldn’t believe it was a moped,
It put a smile on my face today like it did years ago :)
I hope you live with a few miles of where you ride because you’ll never be able to ride all day every day and make it home with all the crap you’re using on your build,