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Thanks for the reply Joe! I can finally put my order in on treats. Once again thanks for your help.
I accidentally threw out my za50 case gasket because i thought there would only be one type of gasket. Then i looked on treats to buy a new one tonight and there are two choices: .008 and .012. I don't know which size to pick, can anyone help me?
Looking for the little spring (one of seven) that pushes against a corresponding bearing in a cup which is inside of the big gear that is one of the first pieces to come out of the transmission side of a ZA50. I am also looking for a set of replacement pucks... cant seem to find where they are sold online. Thanks
Looking for a Puch moped. Not looking to buy one that's all perfect, more something that needs work. Trying to stay vague on the post so i don't eliminate any options. Thanks.
Yea i guess i'm still hoping to find a maxi that needs to be worked on. I'm more of a mechanical guy and ive always thought half of the fun of owning something like this is the fixing/repairing so i think i will keep looking though. I really do appreciate the offer though as well as the time you spent to discuss this with me.
So by not really a project u mean it all runs fine?
Hey everyone, I'm newer to mopeds and am looking for a used Puch Maxi. I would rather not buy any models that are running great. I'm looking for something that needs plenty of work but is still a complete or really close to complete moped that can be fixed. I have quite a bit of experience with clutches and two-stroke engines used in outdoor equipment (weed eaters, leaf blowers, chain
Thanks, do you know what the other wire does then?
Just bought a puch 12 volt light coil from treats. Theres no documentation on what wires go where and i cant really use the wiring diagrams on the wiki cuse the wiring is all different now. There are three wires- green, yellow, and the two small gauge magnet wires that are connected together. Which ones are positive and which are ground?
Lolz kudos to you, definitely seems like an easy auto parts store fix. thanks!
Ah, and electronic physics only continues to confuse me more =P
So condensers are the same as diodes then? I thought that condensers stored a given amount of energy.
Awesome, thanks for all of the help. I was guessing the condensers on mopeds were too big to be in the nanofarad range. You would set the multimeter to volts when testing a capacitor, right? That's what i would think at least since capacitance is the ratio of the voltage between the two conductor materials... Anyways, thanks for all of the help you definitely cleared up some big questions
Awesome, you cleared up a couple of things i was wondering about. From what ive seen on the web, people are saying condensers and capacitors are the same thing... and thought their concept is congruent, there is a difference which you pointed out =D. Just a few more questions though if u have the time: why doesnt it matter if you use a 6v or 12v capacitor? Also (just to confirm) HT stands for
No, not trying to diagnose a dead one... the engine i got was missing the whole cdi assembly =D. But at the same time im hoping to understand condensers, which one is right for this, and how they work. Could u explain why a 67 Chevy Nova or any 6 volt condenser would work? My brain is ready to learn something new =D
Hey I'm having trouble finding what the specs are for the condenser/capacitor on a Puch ignition. I know the dimensions of the item, but i have no idea how much charge its supposed to hold... does anyone know how much charge they are supposed to hold?