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don't forget....gearing is a big issue in terms of your top speed. my gearing is 15 front sprocket and 42 rear and i'm in the low 30's. if you gear the bike out...you won't have any low end....but a higher top speed. when i bought the bike it was a 12 toothed front sprocket (as opposed to the 15) and it topped out around 25ish. Now, I could have just changed gearing...and m
I run a leo vince exhaust...stock cylinder/head. 15 bing/14 intake with a 72 jet and needle 2 from the top. It's worth getting a good low/midrange pip for a stock setup... the stock pipe is worthless.
sit-ups < motomatic Zachary...you win. Back to the drawing board for me.
I would not advise putting this kit on unless you have a problem with your stock setup. Lets face it...stock puch cylinders are pretty much bullet proof...and with a nice pipe...15 bing...and the right gearing...you'll do 40 on flats all day long.
If I don't eat for 2 weeks and loose 40 pounds...strap on a speedo...wax my puch maxi really really well...and shoot down Canton Ave...I hit about 35.
I'm running this pipe on at stock e50. 15 bing...14mm intake...64 jet...15/42 gearing. The bike kicks ass. 35ish and only a slight dead spot in the high end before it really opens up. I love the pipe.
Typically from what I've found with a Bing....the needle affects the mid-range overall on the adjustment. Sounds to me like you may be leaning out due to the lack of air-filter. I would run a stock filter on that setup. I'm a firm believer that the high-flow and a 14mm bing is too much...let alone no airfilter....unless you are on a 70cc+ kit. Lean at WOT...too much air...put an air
you're jet isn't large enough. don't drive it like that...you'll seize.
Yeah, I did read on the cylinders page on wiki that the airsal's negative point is that it does rattle. I may just be overly cautious because I already toasted one kit.
Ok... about 4 weeks ago...I installed a 70cc airsal kit on my Puch maxi. 15mm Bing. B6hs plug. intake. homoet 6p pipe. 15mm intake. 40:1 ratio. 84 main jet. well....the thing lasted for about 2 days till i blew the cylinder/piston. i seized it. so...this is my second time around and I hope i made the right adjustments this time. I now have a 94 main jet. high compression head. and i r
The pipe is a homoet 6p. I bought it with that pipe on it. I might try a 60cc kit the next time around. I'm having a hard time finding the Airsal kit anyway. Know of anywhere I can get one?
what's TBS? and who is Tim? I'll def. try again. It is a high flow... Maybe it was too lean...but the plug chops looked ok and it ran ok.
15mm BING 82 main jet. 15mm intake. Needle is 2nd groove from the top (mine has 4 grooves). I got the intake from treats hq as well as the exhaust. B6HS plug (stock). Nothing too fancy really. I suspect I just killed it due to running it at WOT too long. Cruising at 35 didn't stress the bike at all...
I installed the kit...ran the bike for about 400/500 miles gently...only smoothly opening up the throttle the whole way. After about 200 miles i pulled the plug and it had a nice brownish/black tint. It was definitely not lean. I then ran it for another 200/300 miles and pulled the head off and just wanted to make sure the cylinder was OK. Everything looked good...so I figured I was golden at
I ran it 500 miles before opening it up. I ran it a couple times before this stretch at WOT without any problems. You can run a stock setup for hours on end at WOT...why would a kitted bike be so sensative to this?
I was running at WOT. Maybe for 1.2 miles then BAM.
I recently installed a 70cc airsal cylinder kit on my '77 puch maxi. I have a 15mm bing that was jetted to 82 with an intake and exhaust on the bike. After about 100 miles...i hear some metal noise then blurp...bike stops...won't start. push it home 4 blocks and pull it apart...the cylinder/piston are thrashed. Massive amounts of scoring on the bottom side of it. Mix ratio was 40:1.
Mike was the first to contact me.... you still interested?
1979 Motron RN. Kitted V1 w/Polini 80cc. Leo Vince exhaust. Polini branded carb (clone of PHBG). Hard wired. New throttle/rear brake cable/headlight. First $500 takes it. Have title in hand. Easily transferable. Very fast.
Could anyone tell me which is the complete VIN on the frame of a Motron? I believe the bike is a '79... Their are number etchings on the front stem...and on the lower left. The numbers are different for each...
Ben, what time and where do you guys meet up?
I just moved to Pittsburgh, are their ever any rides? This could be my attempt at trying to get one going one of these weekends...
Has anyone ordered from scootparts.com?