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My company has hundreds of RAV4 EV's that are in use every day.
What, no Pooh Bear?!http://images.hollywood.com/images/large/l_1107925.jpg!
Meh, soap opera with harleys and obvious non-riders. Should be on after As the World Turns.
I bought one of these a few years ago when I worked at a calibration lab. It was within 1lb through the whole range.
Thailand is wonderful, the 'land of smiles'. I didn't think much of Bangkok either. Just don't get liquored up and try muay thai boxing, no matter how easy it looks.
Those are great!I found a dead body once.
Isn't it great when that works out.Now go out and be an inspiration to everyone else needing a job.
Really nice build.So what are you gonna do with the old forks?
Great leading edge work. Can't wait to see it in action next week.
I just like how you're asking for details on milling the head from guys who already have given you advice yet you won't pass along info on your kits because you want to squeeze out a few bucks from these same guys.
I'd be into getting at least one for sure.
Dude, get a smaller 1/4" drive ratchet. Something only about 5" max. Or a torque wrench.
Has anybody run the 65cc parmakit?
Anyone running this kit? What carb & intake are you using?
I'm using that treats petcock and I've used at least two different gas caps but I can't test the new float needle until I finish milling the head. I'll post the results when I get them.
Dude, I have the same problem on my kitted hobbit. Runs all the fuel out of the lines and just can't flow enough. I've cleaned the hell out of the carb including the bowl vent. I've run different caps. I actually lost a gas cap at Flock Yeah after running the carb out of gas and stalling. I just bought a new needle to try out, hoping that will fix the problem.
500 pound Harleys with solid wheels get blown around by the wind. You can be sure your moped will be effected. You'll look cool though.
Mine did that when the condenser went bad.
I have one of those levers from a puch that you can just have if it fits, if you want to go that way.
Alright dude go here: http://www.mopedriders.org/html/manuals/honda/pa50sm/honda83pa50manual.pdfPage 72, near the top. Its in front of the carb.
The pipe may come with one. If not, cruise down to your honda motorcycle dealer and buy one for a buck or two.
I have one of each. The aluminum finish came last year the black one about two months ago.I give up on the two rings.
Why do you think 95 is too small? Are you using an air filter?I run 85-88 on Athena & DR.
I'm picking one up tomorrow. Gettin my flat reed speed on.Filling out the scooter field.
Bust out the dremel and sandpaper. Get ready to rip.I don't think I had clearance problems the whole time but why take a chance.
I would run it as well. I'd also be more concerned about the skirt than I would the rings. I've seen some crazy things happen with these little motors and it wouldn't suprise me to see it run.
You can get them from sudco and use this:!http://www.sudco.com/CatalogJPG/072.jpg!
I'm good with the stock keihin as well. It comes off in just a few minutes with a couple of tools and I've never had problems with the reed block sealing. Even after pulling it off more times than I care to count.And this little carb has everything to do with the crazy availability of hobbits with really low mileage.