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bump- still looking for:OEM pedal crank, arms, pedals (will trade for Magnum setup)OEM Mirrors
I am looking for these parts:Yellow fork side reflectors with base padsOEM pedal crankOEM MirrorsShipped to 98037. Thanks!
there should be a tension adjuster on the top of the carb to get the throttle cable tension just right
Funny enough- I literally just made/posted this video of the of the exact same moped
I am 90% certain the speedo is in MPH. Good deal on a rare headlight!
Do you have a 3d scanner that you would use to replicate the parts, or would you model them by hand?
honda hobbit headlight (bucket and ring) and foot rests(likely will be 2 parts due to size)
just for clarification- after the bike is started, you release the clutch? it is only for starting the bike, after that it should be loose/un-tightened.
Ooooh, a canadian west coast Moby, l have had 2 of those. If its early 70's, then the speedo is 60mph (not kmh). rare for a moby, since its a canada only model. dont hack it, keep it stock looking!
your pod probably restricts airflow more than the original, making it run rich. find a way to improve airflow a bit and it should run better
Sounds like you are running too rich. adjust the idle mix if you can. If it is still running right then check that your exhaust isnt clogged and air filter is clean.
how do your lights get power?
look at that rear suspension!
Thats one of my old bikes! Its already kitted. If its just the head that is JB welded, just get a new head, no need for a whole new kit.Order some actual low-rise handlebars while you are at it, those look whack the way you have them....was that tupperware for a headlight lens?
154mm^2 vs 177mm^2 inlet areaI personally havent been able to tell the difference between the two, but each one was on a different bike.
I can see it effecting tuning, but I dont know 100% if the below is correct.Running straight ethanol requires a huge jet compared to regular gas, so I would imagine even a 10% mix of ethanol would require a larger jet than 0% ethanol.In fact, this would make sense as to why all the stock bikes I have gotten running the past few years would always need an upjet- even if everything was stock they wo
> Born to be WillD Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> > Dirty30 Dillon Wrote:> > -------------------------------------------------------> > 1) As stated, the intake is designed for a completely different> > bike/motor.> >> > 2) A 3D printed intake will brake in moments.>> god fucking damn you ruined the thread, I can
Tomos Tecno Boss pipes work after some bending. they are better than stock but meh.
PETG is an easily printable material that is fuel resistant. I just designed and printed a SHA velocity stack and ran it for 10 miles and it still is working. Although it definitely is a small time frame, I feel confident that most sites are showing no effect or minimal effect of petrol on PET plastics.as far as using 3d printed parts for an intake vs an air filter? I wouldn't do it unless it
open up your transmission, you will likely see the answer there.
I like this onehttps://www.treatland.tv/puch-dellorto-SHA-15mm-intake-p/puch-dellorto-sha-15mm-intake.htmYou might need to file it down a bit because the clamping area is tapered outwards, so the carb likes to slide off.
i would be interested in the tank if you decide to sell it
that thing behind the snark looks interesting
do you have any pictures from when you built that seat?
I am looking for a few pieces to finish off a Targa. I am missing the handlebars, throttle tube, throttle slide, throttle spring, and handlebar clamps. Please let me know if you have any. Shipping to 98037, thanks!
M01 or M02, given the piston port intake
I will take the tank if you want to separate it.