Stock 103, non-variated, SHA 15, "top one" exhaust.
New clutch pad, removed three balls, adjusted the clutch springs for more tension/higher rev before catching. It revs way higher before engaging. Revs really high in general and performs soooo much better. Big time thanks to Lee at 1977 for giving me all kinds of advice on what I could do with my non-varited 103 (short of putting in a new crank and variating it). The bike goes WAY faster than it did before. With a little head start it climbs hills much better than my variated moby.
Question is.... since it's revving higher, it's getting REALLY hot. My first test drive was only a couple minutes long and it got dangerously hot. There are no leaks, jetting is almost rich at a 68 (it four stokes at the high-end when it's just warming up), plug is b6hs but it's old so it won't read accurately. What can I do to make the engine run cooler and more safely? All this over-revving will decrease the life of the cylinder and piston, no?
Totally stoked on all this new speed!