I've posted this bike previously but I can now say I'm satisfied with the build. I had Cheetachrome go over some of my deficiencies and correct some wiring , external condenser , new wire from the ht and cap. Now it's starting to feel right. This is a motzig build of a polini 43 kit , with an anticipato crank, opened intake , 13-13 Sha with an 62 main , angled slide , nothing more to carb as in unmolested emulsion tube, the sub was both reinforced with the Cheetachrome laser piece and I had the bearing shaft rebuilt at Kinsey fabrication with bronze bushings, the tranny is a 9:30 one ( cheeta thinks I should put that monster in my bravo and see how fast it will go), I'm pretty sure I got that from Mike who just sold all the fat city moped stuff to treats. When I bought this bravo on a rainy Sacramento night it was a dog. It went about five miles an hour but what a thrill to find an actual moped !!! Yeah it was early in the addiction. So now the fenders and fork are oem new as I recall all stripped by me and repainted by a friend , Tim Acevedo locally in Woodland using a Corvette red he had a nice supply of and a metallic sparkle grey on the headlight and tail that ya kinda have to see to believe. The wheels ....I found them on a Craig's type list in the Netherlands and found an excuse to stay in Amsterdam for a week so as to make sure they got to our hotel !!! And then had them stripped the old black poweror whatever that the guy who said sure he would do it and powder coat them to that fabulous light grey ( cheapest still insanely expensive ...what ever number you dream up double it or more ) and they do look and ride super well. It's got Sava 2 1/4x16 tires.
The electrics are 100% stock 6v alternating with the exception of the VW condenser cheers put on the aftermarket ht coil it's all oem points 6v. Headlight is super bright , brake light works reliably.
So this bike isn't going to brake any speed records. It's not going to wheelie off the line. But it's perfect up to 30. Super quick acceleration , runs smooth and will follow the pipe up. With a slight tail wind it just kept winding and winding all with a sweet sweet tone.
I'm keeping my bikes inside so as to use them more. And to make them better. This one really feels good.