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Those usually come apart pretty easy. If it gives you a hard time put it in the oven for 10 minutes at 200-250. Wear gloves .
Its pronounced Worster ya dangus
A peice of spring steel or even just scrap sheet metal with a couple holes drilled in it could easily bolt to the factory bracket and hold that plug down. Maybe I ought to whip up a stack of em and mail em to treats.
Though it does fit well i have a couple concerns as far as longevity. The float is plastic and not designed to take a lot of heat. Also being plastic, it may have a different rate of expansion which may cause it to come loose. Lastly the needle though airtight at the moment could free up and leak followed by worst case scenario (however unlikely) of needle falling into the bottom end. Ideally the
At some point ill cut a piece of alluminum to fit it but in the mean time.... that silly float fits real nice and it makes people uncomfortable......
I used a gurtner (motobecane) carburetor float. Coated in moto seal and gently pressed it in. Its not ideal. Treats sells an alluminum plug for it.
The carburetor is not meant to seal via the clamp surface, rather at the face inside the carb abutting the end of the socket. The end is very flat and seats against an o-ring.
Those motors rip. I exploded a clutch in mine. Takes a batavus m48 piston with a shortened skrt.
Also im assuming you capped the manifold vacuum port on the intake?
Just a screen atm (toyota tacoma oil pump pickup tube). I know what you mean. The stock airbox would be ideal. Id like to make it work.
Yeah. Running a 15 on mine . Forever lean at idle but i found other issues. Oil injection pump for instance. Seal falls off the shaft creating a case leak. Ditch it and plug the hole. Might run better. Head leak atm will report back.Setup:Mlm pipeKstar 60 kitBoysen dual stage reedsNew crankshaft seals15bing clone w/2.22 atomizer and 85 main needle in the middleHome made bing flange adapter (bar st
hey this research is greatI had a moto guzzi robin with a benelli g2. when i opened it up it had a 2 shoe puch e50 clutch in it. 3 shoe e50 clutch also fit with zero modification. nothing had been changed or ground down they just fit. I think some g2 just had a different clutch.
Not you too on the Portland bandwagon ?!?!?!?But seriously power too ya if you get out. Massachusetts is a dump. Nothing but bad attitudes and bad weather. I heard Colorado is nice too.
Thanks. Not sure why I couldnt find that.... prolly the grass
Anyone ever sourced them out? Reamer isnt a problem but material is questionable. Wonder if itl take heat?https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JMVYPQI/
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the orientation of the pins is unlike anything else ive seen
I have this: https://www.treatland.tv/jog-cdi-box-p/jog-50-cdi-box.htmAnyone wire one up before? I cant find any info on what pin is what. Running in conjunction with treats puch cdi.
true true^ and there's not much there to begin with.
The bearings I have are fine. Just cleaned and greased em-Cables are on the way with new shoes. I hear ya on the thick cablesMy moto guzzi robin has a corolla hood latch cable for the back and it locks up like no other.
Strap the moped to the sofa. put a blanket over it. tuck it in. Make sure your moped is comfortable at ALL COSTS. Leave a portable telle on so it doesn't get bored.
Get a cheap multi meter with two stroke tach setting and clamp
I have a brake lathe that does just about everything but it wont zoom in close enough to do a moped. It also involves removing the bearing races/cups as mentioned.
I hadn't thought of that (^) and sure i SHOULD be servicing the bearings while I'm in there and removing the axle, but I'm gonna go ahead and whip up a tool that universally fits and cuts moped hub meat without removing the axle + bearings.I work at a toyota dealership with not a lot of work to do this week so I have a bench and lots of spare time to try this.
Anyone ever cut the drum surface inside the hub for better braking grab-age?(" Just do a disc brake conversion " - No)I have a moby that just wont stop ever. Inside of hub is shreckedI was going to create a device the clamps to the swing arm so that you can remove the brake hub, run the bike on the stand and cut the graby surface by running a slightly high idle. It would basically be a c
Anyone have crash space left? In a last minute pinch!
The lawnboy runs! we can mow the LAWN! Gonna be intents.So bring a tent Saturday and camp out with your clamp out
a kitted tomos is an abused tomos- the metals are swiss cheese from the factory. All it takes is a 16 year old with an sae socket set to ruin everything on the bike in like five minutes. Also... New Jersey.