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Sounds sick! Do you have any photos?
yeah, I think that's the most sensible option. Do you know of any places I could get files or schematics for a centrifugal clutch or specifically clutch pully?(sorry for the late reply btw)
Hi,First, post in a while, but I was wondering if I could get a little help here. Some background info first, I'm doing this for an engineering project so I expect there to be difficulties, but it also means I have access to all the tools to do it. My clutch constantly sticks and remains engaged constantly due to heat from my after-market engine. This made me wonder whether it would be possib
It’s working it no longer drifts outward with the new pulley! I’ll have to see if it continues to keep working but that’s the case for now. I also got some foot pegs since it’s way more comfortable. And I did end up having to bore out the old sprocket to work on the new pulley since the new sprocket was slightly too small.
My bad I didn’t see that at first so that goes in between? Also since the parts already arrived I will just put it on and see if it’s still having the same issue and I won’t ride it for longer than a few blocks so i can keep the wear to a minimum.
Aight so I ordered a new pulley that seems to be more like the stock one since I think it served me well and where could I get one of those bearings that goes in between the pedal?
So of course during a national lockdown my Peugeot has to have one of the more frustrating issues I’ve experienced. The pulley started to push out occasionally and scrape up against the fairing which was the first red flag but than later it started scraping against the pedals and then the bearing gave out so I replaced it thinking that would be the end of it. However it kept doing it ,so I decided
I might just get a new bearing since that's all that went wrong so hopefully, that does the trick.
So I bought this new pulley because the stock bearing in the old one decided to crap out after nearly 50 years (no surprise there) The new one had good reviews on Treatland and it looked high quality but I came to find out that it’s kinda shit it wobbles like crazy messing with variation and the belt seems to sit on top of it instead of inside it and the belt hops off and gets all twisted. Am I do
Axel nut is fine and so are the tensioners but how would I check the sprocket? Also it’s a 1970 Peugeot 104.
It does and I’ll send pics after school today
I aligned the wheel and it’s so far so good I found that it’s a little bit of both because once I get up to 40mph it starts feeling smooth again. The only thing that annoys me is it seems like I have to align it every week.
It’s decently kitted by this forums standards since I’ve heard of these things going like 70mph. Mine goes about 51mph and I do have a launch lever so I will try it out on the way home today. I will also try the “old school method” and see how that goes. I’ll send an update this afternoon.
that sounds like it could be plausible. How do I check?
So I constantly have this problem where my moped feels like it’s galloping and bouncing up and down as I ride I can re adjust the wheel alignment and it fixes the problem but it eventually comes back any tips on how I can, align it better with more accuracy? Or if it’s a totally different problem all together. This has been extremely annoying since it makes my peugeot very unpleasant to ride.
I think I might go with something like this? https://www.treatland.tv/athena-103-reed-block-p/puch-athena-reed-block.htmjust for simplicity's sake since it seems to be the most simple otherwise I might go with this. https://www.doscycles.com/collections/intakes/products/peugeot-and-puch-4-petal-reed-intake?variant=14881014980 but apparently with similar kits there are some clearance issues w
I am willing to pay if it increases performance. lmk if you know any that'll work well. My current setup is a Malossi 70cc cast iron kit. delorto 15.15 sha carb stock crank stock intake reeds everything and a simonini circuit pipe.
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I have been looking around at different builds etcetera, and I see a lot of people mentioning reeds like its big upgrade but nobody seems to ever explain what performance gains they give and how. I thought of just slapping a four-petal reed intake on my Peugeot 104 and see if it does anything. But as I look closer on treats they don't seem like it would work with the stock crankcase. Do they
so quick update, I just got the Malossi cast iron 70cc kit yesterday and installed it last night. the bike runs well arguably even better. I am still in the process of breaking it in and I only managed to put 14 miles on it today. I have also bought a trail tech clone from amazon so that I can monitor the temp, which helps A-LOT with tuning the jet properly. Thank you so much Arron for the recomme
Yes mph so I feel a 50cc kit would do little to nothing
That’s pretty much what I get stock. I think I’ll stay at 70 and make sure I got all the jetting and such right this time
What speeds will I get with a 50 and my current setup?
Pretty deep but I might be able to save it
That is very well said. I did some light research ie first result on google and cast iron does apparently withstand heat better so I think I’ll go with a cast iron cylinder and for port matching sake I’ll probably end up getting the malossi. Here are some photos of the cylinder by the way. Also I did hone it out so it’s not as bad but the piston is toast.
It doesn’t have to be cast iron I’m just looking for anything that is reliable as long as it’s not over $200 what do you recommend?
I did re jett it was running a 68 with the 50cc the other reason I feel like I need a new cylinder is because everything so far with the kit seems to be off. For example the piston is supposed to be about 0.05 mm in between the cylinder but it would not slide through. Right now I am looking at the polini 70cc kit the cast iron one. What do you think?
Well fuck...So the moped was running great and all and I was on my way to school I stayed in between 35 to no higher than 40mph aaand it seized up like really bad There are gashes in the cylinder that won’t go away by honing it out. And I have come to my consensus and I figured that I might want to invest in a more high quality kit since this one seemed to overheat a lot and overall just isn’t gre