I like the bungee battery!
hehe, i have that same transmission setup on my moby with a better variator.
yeah u want a french bike they destroy.
my 50cc kit frenchy rips just as hard as my polini 4 pedal puch, and i think tops out faster.
its all the transmission
where can i get a water kool/case induction setup?
Yes you want one. How much money and lost sleep are you willing to sink into one?
....what you also need is a friend to hold the camera....haha..
haha allen nailed
french bikes are cake nowadays
I beg to differ
Well it is true for Peugeots, with barley any work my 103 is way way faster than my moby ever was with a stock cylinder.
and i thought peugeots and mobys were the same things ....shows you how much i know
Peugeots are case inducted reed engines like the av10 and the means by which they are mounted and variate are much more solid.
They're amazing bikes. Probably the most powerful stock bike next to derbi. Then your electrical goes out. If it hasn't, look forward to it at the worst time.
If you love your peugeot, you'll fix it, but the "NOS" coils at handybikes are 3:1 bad out of the box. A 5-coil ignition or a CDI are the only ways to make a peugeot reliable (I've wasted a 5-coil recently).
Dang I have an 5 coil from a 102 parts bike I wonder if that would fit, I have been having trouble with that damn ignition coil coil and opted for a Frankenstein ignition.
treats has cdi
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i love peugeots. my tsm can get me and 2 fat friends up a huge hill at 25 mph and its stock
Wow I just saw this, I need that. what exactly is this setup, doppler and clutched pulley? where do I get that stuff, I can't seem to find it on the net(if thats what it is)
Well I've been meaning to learn a 2nd language...haha Any useful links?
coco would probably just weld on some junk, add some useless fenders and knobby tires and go crash it in the snow
yup how did you know
Hey So I want to get down with getting a doppler variator and a pulley clutch for my peugeot. I have been checking out some french websites, but I can't figure out what the french call a pulley clutch. There are a few different kind of clutches out there and I can't tell which one will adapt to the pulley. Anyone speak french?
this is the closest thing I came up with:
that can't be right, wheres the pads and springs? this looks like the housing...
Yea I searched for that too. Looks like they sold out. sigh...
La becanerie doesn't sell to the dirty Americans anyway. Poulie embrayage. I like that it says "Stock de Rupture," as if the emptiness, the sheer absence itself, has split open and is spreading the Nothing. I hope they have AURYN in stock.
what are you talking about bret?
i know no less than 4 people who order from la-becanerie with ease.
one of them is less than a mile away from me, physically.
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