Here is the bike with some parts in a box, including a possible fender-mount luggage rack. Given the consensus on the Polini pipe, that will probably stay in the box. For now, I'll go back to my stock muffler.Not pictured is my deconstructed Grande fork that will be painted and installed. Even though I've only really dumped once, among the family I seem to have acquired a reputation.
What is sequence of links to find your review?
Some of the Kinetic is in pieces, but I could show you the bike and the box of parts. Give me a few days to bring my camera to the shop.
An example of the path to the pipe picture is this:www.50cc.nlEnglishPartsVespaBravoExhaustPolini long model (Part Number 16769)
Instead of porting, it looks like I should buy a matching crankcase for the cylinder kit. Which crankcase / cylinder kit pairs mate exactly? Also, how do I know they will bolt onto my Kinetic without modification?
I have a 1996 Kinetic TFR with its single-speed drive replaced with a Vespa Bravo's variable-speed drive, including matching Si rims. The carb is the 12:12 used in the Grande. The exhaust is a Polini long pipe. Speeds above 30 mph are still difficult, and acceleration remains sluggish. This leads me to believe I need a cylinder kit. I have seen some 70 cc kits on 50cc.nl, but I don'
Remember me? Two years after I got it, my Kinetic finally runs! Some internal differences in the engine prevented me from installing the Malossi kit, so now it's just my leisuremobile.A problem that we've always had is the life span of my taillight. I've had to replace the bulb as often as once per week. Could the voltage regulator be sending it too much power, or is there somet
Zane,I have linked a picture of what I want to remove. Even a 21 mm socket proved too small.Jonvan,I married into the family that owns Moped Depot. You know what they say; the shoemaker's kids go barefoot.
Is there an easy way to remove the flywheel from a '96 Kinetic so I can take out the engine?