Results 1–30 of 1867
http://outofcontrolmopeds.blogspot.com/2012/03/dellorto-sha-boring.html?m=1Graham’s write up is an excellent source of info too.
IIRC, there was a guy selling adapter plates for Tomos that allowed for lifan motors. I don’t think it went anywhere.I agree with Jbot. People love new parts and things but this kinda ruins the spirit of the moped.
Rebuild the chappy engine and hardware the bike.
https://www.treatland.tv/trail-tech-tachometer-V2-featuring-FRONT-mount-but-p/trail-tech-tach-black-742-a00.htmSomething like this
Tires get balanced, rims get trued.I’ve spoked and trued wheels before. It’s a time consuming process but it’s worth it. Once that’s done tires can be balanced.I think most folks don’t worry too much about it on a common moped that’s not hitting high speeds. On a faster motorcycle or race bike a wheel that’s off will become very noticeable that somethings off.
> Ryan Nash wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I spaced mine and never covered the gap and it was just fine. Don’t> worry about it and move on with your day.That’s my thought. It’s just going to pull in more cool air right?
It’s a 45 year old machine. It has wear and tear from normal use. You won’t see those numbers without a fresh top end, adjusted breaks, aired up tires, regreased bearing etc. Rider weight is a variable as well. There are many factors here.Just be glad the mileage is as good as it is and enjoy it. 🤷♂️
How about a small metal ball valve?
Isn’t it just annealed aluminum?
https://www.treatland.tv/vespa-piaggio-clutch-shoes-pads-variator-p/vespa-clutch-shoes-variator.htmLooking for this style of shoe for the 96mm bellWanting to do some experimenting so condition doesn’t really matter. Thanks!
Also we’re not in Europe.
Looking for a shifter for a Puch Sabre. Pm me with what you have! Thank you!
The camera is next to the carb on a pp motor though. 🤷♂️
Hodaka was what originally came to mind when I saw the picture above posted too
Yep, it’s called an overlay or cheater sprocket.
You could put a 14:14 carb on it if your going to drill out the intake. That’ll help with a little more power. A pipe will help with a stoke bike. If I remember the headers and exhaust port size are pretty restrictive. Widening the exhaust port and raising it slightly will help get rpms up. Mlm sells a hack and weld header for the Morini if I remember right.Edit:https://www.treatland.tv/MLM-morini
Pretty heartwarming to see. Excellent work!
Interesting. Kokusan has been around a long time. I know from experience that Hodaka and Yamaguchi, along with a few other Japanese motorcycles used kokusan ignitions.
Ohh hey! I made that port map years ago. I believe it was 1hp motor also. It was the first and only Moroni m01 I’d ever worked on so I wasn’t able to compare with other m01 port maps.
Assembly lube shouldn’t go into a two stroke top end. Ever. Just use two stroke oil when assembling and soak the gaskets before installing.
It’s the round bullet style. It needs to have the hole for the key though.
Looking for a bullet style headlight for a Grande. Don’t need the switch board or key. Would prefer the glass/bezel however.Pm me with that you have! Thanks
I bought a Chinese mini lathe about a year ago and rebuilt it with tapered bearings and added grease zerks above the bearings. As far as I’m concerned it’s one of the most important tools I have in my shop. Don’t know how I lived without it. Just wish I had room for a larger one.Tweaker doesn’t know what he’s talking about.
Legal battles are no laughing matter.
This thread has motivated me to work on my ktm 65 207. 😄😄😄
> Leo Heyman Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> we have them but they are dear
Let me know what you have!Thanks!