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Those are a blast to ride and the spoke wheel versions are pretty uncommon.
Float on my s-type M48 carb is trashed. I am interested in running a stock style carb if someone has a decent carb or parts.If not I will swap to a 13.13
OBO, really just want to move this out of the garage.
Atala Uno, runs good, it has been starting on the first or second kick. Lights and horn work. Rebuilt motor, crank rebuilt by Bill Bune Enterprises.Case inducted, single speed, kick start, fan cooled, Rizatto 122 motor.-Aftermarket/ performance Polini circuit exhaust included.-Parts motor included (bad crank and no ignition)The reed cage on these is pretty big, they would support a larger intake a
Email sent, I would love to by the vinyl pieces separate from the rest of the Microcar. I have been looking at them for my mine and would like to use them as a pattern to make new ones.
Awesome bike and a great price.
I have a set. Send me a message if you are interested.
There is a FB group called Vintage Oddscoot Classifieds that could be a good source.
That Vale is a nice bike. I put new seals in that motor and it also has new tires.I also have a spare motor(s) and a pile of spare parts if the new owner needs anything.
I have used the Vespa version on a Vespa. It is better than a really restricted stock exhaust, but it's not amazing, a slip on chamber would probably be better. Although, I do sort of like them for some reason.
What moped are you trying to ship?
Emmett sent an amazing haul. Thank you.
A big thank you to Chad and Patrick.This was my first time attending, I had a blast.Hoping this event continues in coming years. I am going to bring more stuff to work on next time.
Post a picture of your fan, it could be an issue if it is not moving enough air. I think you would feel it seize up if this were the issue.Also check for air leaks. I had a similar problem with a v1. I threw a bigger jet in the carb. and was able to get home, it actually ran like that for awhile. The seal behind the stator was causing an air leak. You can replace it without disassembling the motor
That is amazing. What would you compare the size of the frame too?
Great deal. A kitted MO2 is a lot of fun and Sebrings are great.
V90Plenty of people that could be interested her, but if you have FB you may have better luck selling this on Vintage Scooter Community Classifieds or anther Vintage Scooter group.
That is awesome, is that a reed valve or case inducted motor?
Scooter Cannonball Run takes different route across the US every two years. One of the past routes may be a good start for planning even though there are stretches that wouldn't necessarily be moped friendly.Definitely figure out the legal end. It would stink to run into legal trouble. At least having some sort of insurance may be advisable.
Also have a place in ST. Louis, MO if you pass through.Second that on the seat foam, that looks like it would be rough.
I have some NOS Sebring forks that I bought to fix a friends bike and ended up using Grande forks instead. PM me if you are interested.
Several great ideas already mentioned that should work. Keep in mind that fuel line made by different manufactures can behave differently, some kink easier than others. I had a few different types of fuel line on my shelf, one kinked making a tight turn from the petcock to the carburetor on my Gilera, the other brand worked great.
Still available.$800I was looking through the paperwork and realized that I have the certificate of origin.
That looks like it will clean up really nice.
I think there are still posters/tickets left. Bump for a good cause.
It runs great and has been well cared for. It is more of a motor assist bicycle, it tops out at about 18mphish, so it is slower than most mopeds. If you want something that looks great for quietly cruising the neighborhood this would be great. If you want to ride with other mopeds or ride on busy streets I think there are many better options.