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I got a MLM Techno Circuit EDM pipe a few months ago and have had to weld it together a few times already. I really like the pipe itself, good take off and pretty good medium range, top speed with it was 47mph once down hill going full speed tuck and WOT. Average around 37 and can hit low 40's most of the time.The baffle was pretty loose on the pipe and instead of being smart and getting a st
Don't know how to quote on here but what Chinatown said, a gas gauge for upright tanks! I always think I have enough gas but run out because I can't see inside my tank!
Is his exhaust coming up right next to his face???
Definitely surprised that my pipe survived, I've managed to break it on a nice flat road twice and had to weld it together again. Here's some footage on some of the nicer roads, I was too focused on not dropping it on the rougher roads, definitely got some air on some big bumps and bottomed out every time but then again I bottom out every time I hit a small pothole.This was outside of V
I read through some threads where everyone said mopeds aren't made for offroading, which meant I had to take mine offroading.Did around 30 miles, crashed twice, and managed to not crack the frame or bend the forks somehow.Definitely didn't like sand or loose gravel or rocks or hills or dips or bumps or going over 15 but I'd do it again.
Yeah, unless the heads been changed they should match up as the original VIN. Normally there's a metal plate riveted to forks with the Model, year of manufacture, VIN, ect... but often they're missing or in my case the VIN is the one number thats illegible from wear and tear over time.
Theres normally matching numbers stamped into the head of the engine. But if you do many modifications you'll probably end up with a new head and a new number. I'm on my third head in 6 months because I'm stoopid.My VIN is 666420 according to the DMV, so don't steal my number.
I found these, not sure if they are what cheetah was talking about but they look right. I might buy a couple and try them out along with a crossbar like pat mentioned.
Nothing will stop my from doing wheelies. Except for my shocks.I'm running stock front and back shocks, and while it's easy to replace the rears I haven't had any issues with them. But even going over a curb at a slow speed I'm still bottoming out on my front shocks and it's making me nervous.I can't find any upgrades for the stock forks or anyone talking about ways
Maybe some locker, I noticed a weird rattling around about a week after I installed my CDI and found that one of them had backed out and was a couple rotations from destroying a coil.Put one drop of blue thread locker and it holds it in place but let's go when you want it to.
Thanks for the advice, sadly you can't even get to the baffles on this exhaust, it's all welded closed so I can't repack or replace them.I'm gonna just put a couple tacks on them and hope that works.
Your tire shouldn't be spinning that fast at idle. You have an air leak somewhere that's causing it to run lean and hot. Best case scenario you lose power, worst case you seize your engine.
I've got a MLM Techno Circuit EDM Rave Dance Music Skrillex DJ pipe and the spring mounted baffle vibrates and shakes like crazy at lower RPMs. Ive drilled new holes in the spring mounts to add tension but it still goes crazy, I'm tired of sounding like I'm being pelted with beer cans.Is there any issue with welding the baffle to the exhaust? Just a couple tack welds, stop it from r
Just an update for anyone that's still following this thread. Seems like I've gotten past all the finicky stuff on this bike and got it ripping. I've probably put about 300 miles on it in the past month with little issues. I was getting a top speed of about 36 according to my phone, but most of the time I cruised around 32.Obviously I needed more speed if I wanted to be cool.I bit t
Is that a PHGB carb in the top picture? Or is it the SHA pat was talking about. Let me know if its still up for grabs!
Sick! Send me a picture of it!
It's all yours when I find one! I'm finishing up school this week, lets ride soon!
Someone's gotta have a rusty or dinged up simoni laying around that they wanna sell right?
Coolest guy out there, I brought him my Peugeot 103 when I first got it to try and get some help and he spent probably 8+ hours with my over the course of a few days helping me get going. As great as treats is with price and selection I'm always gonna choose to ride up there and buy stuff from Sean.
I had a full order for treats and when I went to check out last night at 12:30 they had ended their 15% sale at midnight.I'm looking for a new pipe for my 103 threaded cylinder, something like the Simoni Circuit or other pipe for a stock cylinder. Looking to spend around $100.I'm in Orange County so if you're local I could just pick it up.
Thanks pat. So I snapped a chain today going down PCH, had a friend pick me up and after calling some motorcycle and bike shops I found one with some 415 chain. I managed to replace it with the tools I had but I noticed that if I left the chain a bit loose it had this weird bumping 2-3 every rotation, but if I tightened it by moving the rear wheel back the wheel got super stiff. I've got it s
Thanks for the advice, I think I'm starting to understand the air/fuel stuff a bit better, your explanation makes sense to me at least. I don't have a cable choke its just a little push lever but I can kind of stick my foot in there and push it down so I'll try that out tomorrow!
Longest trip yet! Hit 50 miles yesterday, even crashed for the first time (who the tires wouldn't hold in sand?) I bent the tab holding the chain tensioner so I had to push start it the rest of the day and my headlight dangled until I got home but it started back up with no issue once I dusted myself off.Un-related question, Im running a 68 jet currently and was thinking of trying some larger
I'm in the same boat right now, have the registration form filled out but don't want to send a check to the closed DMV, can't take the m2 test, so I've just been riding. Passed a few cops going through Seal Beach, Long Beach, and Newport yesterday and didn't even get a second look. I am wearing a DOT helmet but don't have a brake light or mirrors at the moment.
Theres a stock peug 103 on craigslist in southern california for $1,800, meanwhile I can buy 2 dirtbikes for $1000.
> baird co Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I'm temporarily laid off since March 23. Unemployment is approved, just> waiting on my bank card.>> I've got 2 N95 masks leftover from my old job. Wore one for the first> time today. Poked myself in the eye outside of the grocery store trying> to put it on and get my glasses to fit. So my
I don't even have a brake light currently just a tail light, unless that's supposed to be my brake light? Guess I can turn that into my brake light if I don't need a tail light to be street legal. Still need to register my bike but I'm not sure if the DMV is even doing registrations at the moment, plus take my motorcycle license test but I'm hoping I can just feign ignoran
A positive update! Got all my parts today, spent some time cleaning all mating surfaces, cleaning out the crank a bit, and prepping the bike. Got everything installed pretty easily, the wiring for the CDI was much easier than I expected. I up jetted to 68, replaced my slightly swollen needle, and replaced the gaskets, started up first kick easier than it has before. After a bit of messing with my
2 days after I make a $200 order :)
I just went and ordered: new circlips, some more jets (60-68 evens), a new needle, gaskets, le partie CDI, new bolts for the CDI, a nut for the cdi, and a flywheel remover for the CDI. Maybe my peugeot will love me now?