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yeah, system 8 is pretty much the best you can get
you should really flip that banjo fitting around
wow that was fast! looks sweet!
just make sure your gound is properly grounded and that the one going to the ignition wire makes good contact
don't own one, but how does it pick up tach signal? through the wire? also check your grounds
looks like it's comming along very well. good job!
how does one achieve high rpms in a two stroke? other then balance and blueprint
what 50cc engines came with rotary valve?
cost and complexity are the only reason why they are not as popular
disks don't change shape obvioulsy, but they do rotate with the crank yes. check your facts? also rotary is better then reeds in almost all if not all aspects
firstly jona said "vespino engines used rotary valve with reeds and were faster then derbi variants " so there is your "also" :)and secondly ratory valve intake timing isn't fixed, it varies with engine rpm which is what makes it better then reeds. that's the facts.but if someone knows why an engine would be both rotary and reed please let me know.
can someone please school me as to why a rotary valve engine would also be reed valve? isn't the rotary valve already accomplishing the purpose of reeds but more effectivly? reeds just seem like a restriction to me, but i'm sure i'm missing something.
$100 seems really steep to me actually. but looks like a good build. hope everything works out
Hi,it costs 63,00? because the weight is over 10 kg.GreetingsEdinger- moped-garagethat's an email they sent me about some rims, so i know they ship to USA. just shoot them an email that says, "ship to USA? how many euro?"
"these":http://cgi.ebay.de/Hercules-Prima-5-Gianelli-Racing-Auspuff-Neu-ovp_W0QQitemZ200283327300QQihZ010QQcategoryZ82361QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItem guys ship to usa
all hercules primas came with a 505 engine whether it was a prima 1-5 or an s model. so it will bolt up to any 505 engine
anyone running 18 inch rims? just want to know
metal rapid prototyper FTW
this discussion was just had in the general forum. lincoln or miller for sure. i'd go with miller if you can afford it. i own a lincoln and love it though.
actually open transfer cylinders are better for higher rpm
maybe in europe. some of the larger puchs (cobra/monza) came with disk brakes. most people dont go disk, but those that do McGuyver that shit
"this":https://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/discuss/1/623481/623481/ is what you're looking for
linda and the wiki are the shit