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FF to 4:20, for unboxing, 7:00 for details
i'm not seeing 140 or K-177 listed
skip to 5:30, Sigg builds https://www.siggnaturebikes.com/for the answers, turn on transcript (English translated)
damn, so many losers jump and "throw a kit" and never learn basics.getting it running stock, then stepping up with mods is THE way to learn.not all of us stepped off the banana boat with a Bosch 5 wire up our ass.too many motorcycles with pedals.
JBOT, you were the one i was hoping to hear from.i read the "easy way to add scooter CDI " thread until my eyes bled, but wasn't getting it.it's a mini rotor system with no reasonable place to add a trigger strip.rising voltage cdi systems are what i'm looking for to cheaply swap parts.75V output from the cdi box to the HT tells me i may have shorted primary HT windings.at
Tobias, nearly any cheap 6v external coil will work with points.keep checking buy / sell forums i'd pay $20 - @30 shipped to make it worth their while.Graeme, the only wiki diagram for Guzzi shows a 3 wire stator, your engine case shows only 2, black and pink (or red).with a multi meter, from the condenser to the stator backing plate, should show 0 ohms points closed and .6 ohms or so open.IF
i'm more trying to diagnose then replace parts, but did you mean this CDI?that is what i'm talking about, except if it's just a shorted HT coil primary, (which could have damaged the old cdi) i'm wasting time buying one.$11 HT coil comments show how little some understand the basics of primary and secondary windings.edit: looks like that CDI i linked is meant for a pickupi'
i need the ohms value of any hobbit CDI coil primary windings, secondary too if you're inclined.i'm trying to see if there's a difference between the points and CDI HT coils.long story short, i'm diagnosing a non moped 2t CDI, i'm getting 75V from the cdi, but the HT primary shows only 0.4 ohms. secondary checks good between 4.8k to 5.1kregulatorrectifier.com won't wo
Probably the wrong airbox
I'll divide this thread by people that resell mopeds and those that don't.Deference to Moped Lars et al who is an exception by promotion.Using Discretionary income as the guideline, i've spent maybe $1k/year, pennies for the enjoyment i've gotten, compared to other pastimes, like my laptop.I give bikes away, i do not sell them. i'm not some altruistic nutjob, i base it on
who don't like good machine porn? skip to 0:11still waiting for feedback on the intake mold of piston port and reeds?
two carbs won't idle, try a third?as for the 30 mph top speed, check your gearing:https://www.mopedarmy.com/wiki/Vespa_and_Kinetic_Transmissionsi'm getting low 40's on a grande with pipe, carb, and minor top end mods.
Vespa wiki on enlarging intakePolini instructions on crank / case modification.but you have plenty else to straighten out first, points cam, carb.
you wrote: "used a rat tail file to open the intake patch only a few mm up and down"that is a vital sealing surface, more to be gained using / cutting the crank anticipato.if you know, and understood the consequences of messing with that, you're fine.only use the correct puller on the flywheel, it's a bitch if it's never been off.make sure there's a solid ground path
Zeerice, i came from the other direction, 890 miles one way from Maryland, but add in a small 200 mile detour through Door county on a ped.that's not counting the 5 hours Salty drove to the north part of upper penn. Mi. to get the ped for me. V1 Gadabout.
not exactly clickbait, wondering what's up with that intake, PP and reeds?starts at 14:46 in the videodecent channel, the one on building a pipe has subtitles.
Stephen, i'd say Epicureanism, but it's not necessary.also Dokkoko.i dislike the last item in a stoics bucket list.
there were people in that video?
port and ignition timing? airleaks? mixture? spark plug? we don't need no steenkin spawk plug!Location: Philippines
guy replaced the sleeves prior, but doesn't know what a wristpin is called. 90% of moped owners.
damn son!i was just thinking of you.
http://www.myronsmopeds.com/category/ignition/cev/should be wattages, other good stuff.1986-1991 Tomos6V to 12V: The lighting system (magneto, light bulbs, and horn) changed in 1986, from 6 volt to 12 volt, still alternating current (AC). The wires became thinner. The switches changed, because the controls changed. The 1986-91 switches are integrated into the Domino controls. Before they were clam
> future phil Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I still don't understand what he was complaining about in the first> place."If the last half-dozen posts in your FS listing is "BUMP" then go find the appropriate maturity and start talking.I'll just buy what I want from pros that know how to talk to customers.It really isn't ha
true fact, vasectomies clip the bungee cords.
90 ---> 145 is significantly low, you replaced the decomp, so that's off the table.quick search of treats gave this fact. "available in 39.2mm, 40.2mm and 40.4mm!"i don't know of a vespa cylinder sorting table, but i do know they come with standard and dykes rings style pistons. so it's not one size fits all.there's a simple drop test, dry cylinder upside down on