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Now do it for 24hrs in Serbia with a tomos enginehttps://24h.mec.rs/
Are aftermarket coils any good? Im talking about the "performance" ones like the Bosch sport 2.0? If so what coil is the best and what is the difference between the bosch sport 2.0 and 1.0 if there is any?
Well the tyre just so happened to fit inside the shocks, it creates sort of a supermoto fit but it worksIm sort of keen on the shocks being outside of the swingarm because with spacing i think it wont look right and will just bend the frame a bitI might end up creating smaller spacers and re-working the mount for the shock since i dont really like the look of it to be honest
Here is my take on trying to fit a ATX rear swingarm on a A3Starting the project simple: the atx swingarm is perfect for the a3 because of its measurements; you just have to cut the middle part of itThe red lines show where the cuts have to be made, after the cuts are made its a perfect 95mm fit on to a tomos a3 frameAfter that cut, it is up to you if you want to fit it inside the frame or you wa
all bells should be the same on apn-s i think? next time machine out a metal ring 2mm thick around the bell and weld it on as a reinforcement
> Tom Boyd wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I had to fit an 'audible warning device' to adhere to UK laws which had> to be a horn (can't get away with a bell unless it's built before 1903> or something). I don't really like those bulb horns ☝️, they sound too> clown like, and everything under 12v is basically useless to be
Me being a classic moped hypebeast im trying to find a cool horn for my mopeddoes anyone have any suggestions?
So what size piston is it?
over 150km this weekenddidnt have 1 problem not even a spark plug :P
i see the tomos clutches got a lot of attention recently on this forum :P
his name on facebook is Jakob Gbdjust say you are here for the clutch
a guy makes themhe does ship to the USAi can send you his facebook to get in contact with him
its a slovenian cnc one that doesn't use springs butyou only need to drill 3 holes in the heart to put it onit slips in the start the right amount and it really brings your bike to the point where you don't even hear the shift between first and secondhere is a clip i got when i first installed it
bike runs and drives really good no more leaky gaskets so sounds nice and clutch slips the right amount in the startbut the brakes aaaaaaaaaah the brakes the actual possibility to stop on steep downhills is very nice to have
I usually pick the streets and roads I have never went toIn my opinion mopeds are meant for small tight places streets outside of town
Did it ever even start with that ignition setup?
> Peter v. wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> There's a whole world between it's broke and I can make it better,> faster.well said lmao
Whats your pre-ignition before the upper dead center? Usualy people set it to 1.5mm maybe your stator isn't set rightAlso what ignition is it? Some fancy pvl hpi or just some ignition without contacts?
I definetly over-built my bike which causes many headaches and bullshit 2-3 month jackstand breaks from riding when something breaks or stops workingBut again when it runs it runs great and i wouldn't change 1 thing on it
Ford vs FerrariTomos A3 bullet
first start after 4 months
Setup is up and it all works nothing rubs nor does it have any unnecessary playAlso since im trying to find someone that has a big enough lathe to trim the drum in the rear wheel to fit polini brake shoes my dads friend made me a venturi air filter that fits perfectlyIf anyone wants i can post the measurements here
hope to get it on the road by may :,)
Hi yallI have been following this forum for a while and have found many answers here but have never logged inSo to introduce my self my name is Dominik, I come from Croatia and I drive a fully built 1986 Tomos A3MLCurrently working on a big fork disk swap that has been taking ages to finish