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I will do a nice thread on the motor once I get it running. Might not be till spring since it’s getting cold here in Minnesota!
Looking for Jawa side covers. Let me know if you have some. Picture to show what they will go on.
Looking for a pedal sprocket, pedal arms, and mounting hardware that goes into the frame for a Moto Guzzi Robin.
I added some ports forward of the intake port and carried the ports into the cases.
I'm working on something very similar. Putting a Batavus reed block in a 210 cylinder. I did a little port work to the cylinder trying to copy a Puch Polini cylinder. I will cut some channels into the cases to match. I might widen the channels in the cylinder towards the center but not sure yet. Also not sure if I will go with two slots in the piston or one large window. I still need to reloc
Remove the clutch bells in preparation for upgrades.
Yeah not much material to use fasteners to hold it to the cases.
Yeah just 3D printing for now to make sure I have the parts sized and angled properly. This is actually the second set. The first set hit the frame. The plan is to use an AV10 reed block and have these pieces machined and welded to the cases.
Just a teaser for something I'm working on.
Looking to buy a Moby exhaust header like the one linked to below on Treats. Let me know if you have something.https://www.treatland.tv/motobecane-VLX-stock-header-p/mbk-vlx-stock-header.htm
Recieved my package today. Somehow Dj Josslin knew I needed a new wire stripper and that BBQ sauce has me excited.
That was a 70cc Airsal AV7 kit. The bike was super fun and that's why I'm working on a case instructed AV10 version.
The only big thing with the cases was relocating the cylinder studs and boring out the cases for the cylinder skirt. As for the clutch I had to figure out a bearing of some sort. The steel on steel between the clutch bell and crank did not work out well. I locked up two bells to the shaft before I had the bell bored out and tried a needle bearing and an oil lite bearing. Found that the needle bear
Actually it was Tyler and me that built this thing. It was a blast and I'm currently building another one. Let me know if you have any questions.
Looking for a good stock Motobecane brake light switch for stock controls. Let me know what you have.
Your picture is missing the spring that goes in that mechanism. Do you have the spring? If not that might be your problem.
It looks like you are missing the tube that goes from the frame to the carburetor. I have heard to make the Jikov carburetor run properly you will need that. It also looks like your horn is just hanging there.
Another option is running a Moby cylinder. You have to relocate the cylinder studs, have some material added to the transfer area of the Moby cylinder to match the transfers, and space the cylinder properly. We did this for our last raffle bike and the thing was a blast with the 70cc Moby Airsal kit.
Looking for Jawa 207 side covers. Preferably black. Let me know what you have.
AV7 motors use a gasket between the cases. See the link below for a set you can buy or just make your own out of the correct thickness gasket material. I have a feeling if you just put sealer between the case halves the will not be spaced properly. I usually use Karropak gasket material which I get at my local automotive store. Good luck.https://www.treatland.tv/motobecane-gasket-set-p/mbk-complet
The drive shaft disassembles towards the inside of the cases. The collar in your first picture of the drive shaft is a press fit to the shaft. I believe I used a bearing puller like in my attached picture to pull it off before. By the way, what is up with the extra length of shaft, extending beyond the drive sprocket, on your drive shaft?
I have exactly what you are looking for plus the top plate in chrome. Say $10 plus shipping?
I have worked on a Baretta 45 and have not been able to find a lot of information either. The biggest thing to know is that is has a Minarelli V1 motor on it. Minarelli motors are very common and easy to find parts for. The rest of the parts on the bike are usually cross compatible with other mopeds, like tires, tubes, controls, etc. Just reference what you have and find something similar. As for
The space was for the four hp cylinder I orders from Kreidler Original. The piston was not clearing the exhaust port at bdc. I think I had the spacer laser cut out of 1/8" thick aluminum. I know that was too thick and sanded it down until the pain just cleared the exhaust port. I don't remember the thickness I ended up at. As for the top a bit had to be removed. My guy basically remove
Or you can take your stock head, a baseball, and some sandpaper and make your stock head work. Just put the sandpaper over the baseball and then rub that on your cylinder head. Do that until you clear the piston/match the diameter of the cylinder. I have done this to a few heads paired with the Airsal 65 kit and they all seem to work really well.
Found out tonight that a Morini HPI stator fits Diametrically on a Kreidler. I don't know if the depth is correct yet. Also, a Morini HPI flywheel does not fit on a Kreidler crank. The taper is smaller though so you could easily re-cut the taper to fit correctly.
Looks like a Gloria Intramotor Blanco to me.
I don't know if the 210 flywheel is the same as the 207 but on a 207 you remove the bolt holding the flywheel on and then get a bolt that actually threads in the flywheel. The bolt that threads in to the flywheel is larger than the bolt holding the flywheel to the crank and when tightened enough the bolt will push against the end of the crank and eventually pop the flywheel off. I can't
Check the gas tank and make sure that is not too rusty. They can usually be cleaned or coated if there is some rust so it's not necessarily a deal breaker. I would also check under black flywheel cover and see if there is any corrosion on the stator/coils. Check the tires and see if they need to be replaced. If so that might be a bargaining chip to reduce the price. Also, does your state requ
A 207 cylinder looks like a cube. See belowand a 210 looks a little different. See below