yeah thats what I am talking about
Yeah I've got a few.
I like to be able to look down to see the state of the variator while riding.
I also like to be able to remove the engine easily.
I am selling 2 50v's right now, so I figured I would give them to the future owners.
I may still have an extra or 2 though.
AR2.12 is the right carb.
setting the points gap is only usefull for a slight timing shift.
a cam puller is need to really change the timing.
you can atleast check it though.
you do not need an allen wrench. Anything you can put on to the piston top and watch go up and down will work.
If you do not have a multimeter, you can use a piece of cigarette paper, or the plastic wrapper off a box of cigarettes.
place it between the points, and pull slightly on it. as you rotate the engine, and watch the ruler you will feel the paper give as the points open. they should open 1.5-2mm before TDC.
if the timing is good, then it is time to check the compression.
you should also check for carbon build up in the muffler and exhaust port