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If I'm going to use a 16.16 sha carb on a benesar minarelli 70cc kit just until I get my 17 phva, what jet should I use? I only have up to a 68 in dellorto jets.
Now let's see some a35 intakes. Offset preferably, the shorty straight ones are a bitch when the carb is directly under the frame.
Put the stock head on it and try it out.
You have two wires. a hot and a ground. Even if you switch the wires around the light will still work.
i have the 1.5mm shim and the 1mm shim. But yeah, my intake is still 12mm. Can I use that straight shot 15mm intake with my reeds though?
It's got a pretty short intake already and reed valves. do I just need to upgrade the intake or get bigger reeds too?
A lot can happen to an engine with 10,000 miles on it. Whose to say it hasn't been bored out? All I'm telling you guys is that I myself haven't done anything to it. Whoever is going to be in Indiana this weekend can see it for themselves.Also, just saying also that this bike is no spring chicken. It's got a shitty paint job, only two of the bolt holes for the engine matched up,
So I guess the question I have to ask is.. If I want you assholes to not be assholes, just don't mention my speed ever?I'm guessing.... jealousy?I guess I just don't get it.. Eat a dick, haters. In the meantime, I'll be going fiftly miles an hour with minimal modifications and loving it.
Was four stroking at a 60 jet and a 59 but a 57 seems to do the trick.And as for my speed, I'm telling the truth. It's a 14 12 with no airbox, just the metal air filter. Speedo just broke yesterday at 9901 miles so you know it's losing compression also. The engine was off of a 94 sprint that did 41 stock with a 51 jet. I couldn't go any faster that 41 on that bike with a stock
Okay I don't understand here...Either you're all just dicks, or you guys don't believe that I'm going that fast? Why is 47 miles per hour hard to believe?It's called gps and it's MILES per hour.All I wanted to know was why my 15 just wouldn't work on it. It's not that big of an upgrade, I shouldn't have to upgrade my pipe. It should run.Don't be an
Hey guys, got my top tank bullet with an a35 going 47-50 with my 14.12 carb. One piece bi-turbro, and number 57 jet.I put my 15mm delorto on and I can't find a jet between 55 and 68 to work. It might start up on one of the higher jets one out of ten times, but at full throttle it is bogged way down, probably running at a hundred rpms, really slow.I'm guessing if I were going downhill on
Okay, so it's almost all a nice chocolate brown except for just a tiny bit of the tips on both electrodes. They are the slightest hint of a lighter almost white. That was from a #60 jet.Seeing how I have to unmount my engine every time I switch a jet, would it be smarter to go up to a 61 or 62? Or take larger leaps and go for the 65?
Handybikes have gurtner jets. And yes you have to get the shorty intake if you want to get a delorto 15.15 sha.However, you can use pantyhose, or any foam prefilter material over the air hole in the carb if you want. (Hardware store) I never got any more speed out of my moby by doing this though. Only made it fifty times louder.
My idea was to use a car's 50 mile an hour spare donut tire for a one wheel trailer. And a ball joint for a hitch. Also, it's true about the center of having to be in the front with two tires. other wise it'll wobble.
What jet should I use for an a35 with a biturbo? It has a 51. Thanks
Can anyone tell me what I need to do to my mobylette for "this pipe":http://www.treatland.tv/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=motobecane-pires-CHROME-pipe&CartID=1 ? Can I just put it on there and expect it to be better or do I have to mess with carbs?
moby stock top ends are dime a dozen IF you've been looking for about 3 weeks or so. After that time, they just seem to pop up.OR they make "these":http://www.quarterkick.com/moped/motobecane/motobecane-exhaust-brace.html , but they're shit.OR get a parmakit.
And now that I've seen the flaming on the other 3 threads... Be a dick to this guy. He deserves it.
Maybe you have bad compress because you have an a35 top end on an a3 engine...
Oh come on, be nice for christ's sake.If you've got spark, and it won't start that means it probably isn't getting gas.DONT interchange heads from the a3 to the a35.Clean your carb and don't take apart things that you don't know about unless you have lots and lots of money that you don't mind giving away.
Definitely check out that fred's guide to starting your moped.Here's another "link":http://www.mopedarmy.com/wiki/Fred's_Guide in case you didn't get that oneThe 'blue switch' is called a petcock. When looking straight at it, if it's pointed to the right it's in the off position. If it's pointing down, that is 'on'. And when you run
You don't have to open the case. Just take a mini flashlight and look down in. Also, if there's metal shavings, you'll hear them rubbing when you turn the crank.To replace bearings and seals, you would have to open the case.
I'm not really one for taking stator plates off though.
Yeah I did a little more research and found out it was that style of magneto.I still can't get spark. Do my black and yellow wires need to be forming a complete circuit or should my spark plug wire spark even if the lights and accessory aren't hooked up? There are a lot of safety features on citybikes that cut ignition if you have a light out or a wire unplugged somewhere.I'd rather
I'm replacing my v1 on a citybike with a v1 kickstart.The v1 has a red, blue and black wire coming out of it.The kickstart has a yellow and black, and also has the spark plug wire coming from the case to the spark plug. There's no external ignition coil, just one wire. It goes from the case behind the flywheel to the spark plug boot.I've never seen a minarelli engine that didn'
You have an airleak. What carb did you put on?