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HObbit Proma circuit pipe is an easy install.Any hobbit cylinder kit bolts on with some grinding of fins.Our hobbit has vm20, Athena 70, Proma, and more. It rips from 15-35, will eventually pass 45 but is past the pipes range, and single speed.I recommend investing effort in something else
Change the trans side crank seal, it's most likely ingesting the gear oil
Tractor supply stocks 415 links and chain
Shows under 300 miles with title, probably fair. Personally, I have have never paid more than $450(creampuff 83 hobbit) and that's counting at least 60 peds
They did technically come in pink. It's called pearl rose. Not a very in your face, but a lovely color. Pretty rare of course
There's a riding season? I have rode as low as 9 degrees over 7 miles. I used to throw in a loose throttle cable and tug on it manually, then grab the engine with both hands, no handlebars.
does the exhaust have the crimped outlet tip, ours did, topped 14mph. after lopping that off and dropping the exhaust cleanout plug it did a solid 20.
thanks for the info, i love the windsheild. unfortuately as it goes, great events slowly get more,, and more strict until it just shuts down. hopefully this will be a good thing here.for the vintage ovals, anybody feel a peugeot 103 with a kit, and doppler would keep up with the metric bikes? hits pipe at 7000, revs to 10,200 in a hot second. hits a wall due to dell sha 16. will hold that rpm up
If let's say there's no actual moped class, then we're running with the regular metric right? If so, I'm thinking this windshield would be handy
Slew, Is there safety inspections, tether switch, cc maximums and all that required?Coming up quickly on the July date.
Use a mityvac with pressure/vacuum feature, about $30 handy for all sorts.
Where would mopeds actually for in at the Allentown race?
Pull and turn with vice grips or something to get onto some threads. Use a few extra washers to space it off the bad spot.
Sheared flywheel key, timing probably far advanced
2nd the airsal 50, my 103 feels like a dream from 7200, to the dellorto 16's breathing limitation at 10,200. Stock cases, and variator. It hits over 50 at that, with more variation and rpm, 60 will be old news.
We're lucky to be in some of the best moped areas in the land. I'm just south of you in boyertown. No end to moped friendly, scenic roads, and trails.
those rings looked smoked, otherwise should run fine.
We use hopps #9 solvent, works wonderful
Used copperkote spray on head mating surfaces without gasket. First pull the cylinder and see if rings are stuck. Worst case look into exhaust port and see if piston looks good.
High tension type coils usually suffer from the heat. Remove original condensor under flywheel, leave the wires connected together. Mount a condensor at coil and connect to hot side
Good price with that low of miles. U can clean points without pulling flywheel.
1/4 tygon is a bit loose but not leaking. Nipples must be 3/16
That's probably as close as its going to get.
Totally rad, a liquid 2 stroke would provide daily drivability.
Very tempting, great deal
Is there a credible replacement? This is from a mint hobbit, trying to keep it original.
Literally the same tool to remove head. U don't have a 10mm wrench and socket?
Did u pull it apart? Looks pretty toasty. Sucks because garelli stuff is way overpriced.
The 57 jet will be fine for now,especially if you will do some other light mods.Since you mention having good spark, make sure you have enough compression.Change the crank seal(not hard) u may have to get a puller though.
Fabulous idea. I'm going to have to put one on a minarelli, same type of chassis you have. Once that's setup I'm thinking of using an internally geared rear hub for maximum blasto. Something like a nuvinci n380. If