Re: 505/1D with tomos CDI
The stock topend is perfect with the stock doughnut spring.
The athnea kit needs a stronger doughnut spring, otherwise, the clutch engages far too soon, and yer moped boggs a boggy death instead of climbing hills. Stiffer spring shifts the engagement point to higher rpms, ideally just after the pipe starts to hit.
I have another kitted moped, I want this Sachs to fill the "ride all over town at WOT without going too much over 35mph" role. This is the role it filled before and I miss it.
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