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It sounds to me like you might need a new Tomos A3 stator. Make a "WTB: Tomos A3 Stator" post on the "Buy Sell" forum. Best of luck.
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blarrrghdoes anyone recognize that intake? I'd like to have access to the carb on my A35 while still keeping it 15/16mm."this":http://www.treatland.tv/tomos-dellorto-SHA-15mm-straight-intake-p/tomos-dellorto-sha-15mm-intake.htm works but accessing the carb is a pain
hippy where did you find that nice bendy intake? is it 16mm?
cuper: what kind of speeds are you getting with that port job? Do you still have decent low end?
thanks steven & speedy! this is the info we needed.
Thanks but I habeeb you are missing a few things.We want to know how the A55 CDI box is wired up.
No one seems to have digitized a version of the Tomos A55 wiring diagram yet.https://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/discuss/6/126450/126450/https://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/discuss/6/154589/154589/Can someone scan or draw one and share with the community? Preferably w/o the extra BS like electric start, turn signals, etc.
the slide wasn't closing properly. I took it apart and put it back together. It's working wonderfully now. Thanks!
thanks fellas. I'll give the ol' permatex a try.
Pinto2 ported stock cyl w/ decked head & techno estoril.I just upgraded my pinto's carb from a drilled out 14.14 bing to a 16.16 SHA w/ 15mm intake. The SHA came with an 82 jet but I have a 70 in there now. The moped is now racing at idle no matter what i do with the idle screw.Does this mean I have too big of a jet? Or is this something to do with the slide?
Someone has got to know!http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3170/2333711324_41871fc483_o.png!
harold that seat on your pinto is insane! how did you make that?
the part that gets in the way for me is the metal piece that has the engine number on that. grinding that down should give enough clearance to wiggle your carb out... should.I haven't done that yet... I need to get it running right first.really wtf were they thinking?
I just got my NC50 running today and I ran into the same problem you're having because it topped out at 15-17 mph.Total bummer. Will let you know if I find anything out.
MB5 Technical info & wiring diagram images http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Street/5400/images/tech.htmlMB5 1982 Honda Repair Manual for sale : http://www.repairmanual.com/motorcycles/1981/27/0/1317/1280
Does anyone have a MB5 manual in PDF?-Clint
I would take a look at the piston & rings first off if you haven't already. Many Tomos engines have their oil pumps on them and they seize up. Your piston could be fuxored.It would be a good idea to also give the transmission a good once over. When those engines seize they could easily damage a gear. I recently found a cracked gear in one of my A3 engines.
I still think its easier just to buy a new fork lock and drill out the old one but I must say that I stand corrected. My friend just got a beautiful Maxi that came with a lock that slides through the swingarm to prevent anyone from rolling away with it. No keys...I picked the lock took it to my local locksmith for a new key. $10! I assumed it would have been much more.
it's not worth it. Drill it out and buy a new lock. It will be cheaper in the end. Locksmiths are expensive!
PLEASE do NOT pay someone to do this! It takes 5 minutes with a drill.DRILL HERE!http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2124/2326957136_a1602048dd_o.png!
oh... I suppose I should take it off then.Well does anyone know the proper torque for a TOMOS A3 flywheel. Not sure if it's CEV or what.
whoops. I just found it!NEVER-SEEZ
Hey Ped-heads.I remember reading a thread here a while back about flywheel removal but I can't seem to find it since.In it a user recommended a product called "never cease" or something that would prevent a flywhell from becoming stuck on the crank shaft. I can't find it on the net and I wanted to know if anyone knew what I am talking about and what it actually is called.-Clin
I know you don't NEED it but I would like to put it in place for extra protection.If it keeps my points & coils dry I'll be happy!
I recently just purchased a Tomos A3 engine on eBay and I was very surprised to find the flywheel & stator were immaculate! It seems that the previous owner used a blue silicone around the edge of the case to make a nice & tight seal.I am not familiar with this type of product. Is there a specific brand or type of silicone you would recommend to make this type of seal?