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Well lucky got me, someone's already been in here and gouged the case like crazy🤦♂️ I have another bottom end, it's two year newer, but hopefully I can either smooth mine out or replace it with my other case
Hello. My specific moped is an fa50, but the answer may or may not be similar for other models, so I haven't posted in the model specific section.Do I have to remove the crank shaft to replace the left side crank seal? I don't know if I change it from inside the crank case, or inside the transmission.I can't find an answer in the service manual, and there seems to be no videos on it
Was flushing my fa50s crank/crank case with gas after I noticed some junk was In there (didn't run it like that, thankfully. Just bought it, its been sitting for awhile with no carb installed)After multiple fills, I noticed gas was leaking out of the stater cover. Took the cover off, and yeah, it appears to be getting through the seal.Im almost positive it's just a bad seal but I figured
No offense taken. I'm not nearly as inept in this field as I come across. i believe I know the answers to all of the above questions (and your answers reflect my knowledge), but the funny thing about knowing something, is you can easily be wrong; so I always confirm things unless I have direct experience doing a specific thing more than 1 time with no ill effects.Splitting a crank is not much
Well I suppose its a good thing that they're not then.. Lol. Any moped with Reed valves (or, anything with Reed valves for that matter) has them held on with 2 little screws. Directly under said reed valves is the crank, which is designed the same... On almost all 2 strokes.Somone who only knows about the yamaha yz250 could answer my questions.So again, I suppose it's a good thing that m
Hello! I've got an fa50 I'm in the process of partially restoring, and I have a few questions I'd be interested to see if anyone can answer:1) is there a way for me to insure the crank is clean without splitting the case? (when I got it, the Reed valve housing was not tightened. Took it off, and there was dirt in the walls leading up to the crank)2) do I need to replace my Reed valv
Bought an fa50, took off the jug to inspect it aswell as the bottom end. There was a little bit of alluminium build up from the piston which I too some scotch Brite too, worked pretty well.There is a little but of scoring, but very little to nothing which can be felt. Also has 110 psi of compression, which is very good for those not familiar with this bike, so I'm thinking it should be that r
What kind of info? I don't know enough about wiring to figure it out based on diagrams, I basically need somone to explain it to me like I'm 5 lol. Thanks
What is an ignition lock cylinder?I'm having the same issue, except I just have no ignition switch at all! Lol, are you saying that, if nothings plugged into the ignition switch port, it'll just spark?
I have an fa50, but the process may be similar on other bikes.I have no ignition switch, and want to test spark. Is there a way to bypass it? Thanks
I don't consider myself a moped person, I just like riding them. I don't consider myself a part of it, but that doesn't make me any less confused lol
I've never ordered from treatland, and I feel like this is a stupid question, but why is it so... Strange? For instance, the order button says " I wanna buy it. Will you give it to me?"And when you're trying to contact with a question, one of the options is "you can reach benji for special orders dept thru special orders or else! if you wish to special order something, as
i have a suzuki fa50 which has no carburetor. its quite difficult to find actual mikuni carbs, so im wondering how decent/bad the Chinese clones are.if theyre terrible, what makes them terrible? i may be able to replace whatever parts are problematic with actual mikuni parts, which are still sold new and quite cheaply. i can buy pilot and main jets, along with slides and needles.any help is apprec
I had it off a second ago, not bushing but there's also not one on the parts diagrams. That's what's confusing me
My Suzuki fa50 shock is lose where it attaches at the top, the bolt isn't big enough to fill the inside of it.I assumed I was just missing like a little spacer of some sort, but there's nothing on the parts diagrams.I don't think the bolt is original, but it's the correct width so that's not the issue. Any idea what's going on?
I've got an fa50, but I'm sure the process is similar on many old mopeds with a single rear shock. I need to remove it because it's installed wrong, but it's under a lot of pressure.Probably a dumb question, but I can't find the answer. How do I take it off without damaging anything?
just bought a 1984 suzuki fa50 with a broken intake manifold/reed valve (the piece pictured)the part which attaches to the carburetor has been cut off and ground a bit for some reason- not even into a circle, just a random, unusable, shape. its also missing a carburetor, both of which appear to be over $100 dollars.if i was to buy both, plus the ignition switch it needs, it would send the price ov