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> campeona del mundo Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> there is another one in seattle that one of the fleet dudes has. he put> a baretta magnum tank on it and made it a tiny top tank thing.He actually swapped the wheels, forks and swingarm over to a magnum frame since these ones have a morini and the standard size ones have v1
Yes!!! This is the coolest fast bat stuff I have seen. I really dig the belt tensioner, that’s some good shit!
Most flatreed swaps suffer from the spark plug being to close to the head. Try and avoid that if you can
Any of them are good. I prefer the stroker. Most of the time I just sand the outer clutch bell circlip down a hair on the treats cranks rather than mess with shimming.
Good tips, thank you so much!
I just picked up this Camry all trac with a built 3s-gte swap. I’ve already got it driving straight, but was wondering if you had any tips on pulling it out and making it look right again? I chopped out the rear quarter of a junkyard Camry, but that seems like so much work. What do you think?
Ultra slick is the jam. I think puch rods are 90mm? I can’t remember off the top of my head sorry. Seems like the standard piston port crank would work for this application.
If my memory isn’t failing me, I think the front are easy to convert to 12mm but the rear wheel have two different sized bearings. One of which is very small and I don’t think there is an option for a 12mm id bearing.
The pin isn’t gonna fail, but I have seen them fall out the backside before. That was my bad though I drilled too deep.
Under no circumstances would I ever work on a 30,000 mile tomos without doing a full tear down. They’re pretty robust for mopeds, but 30k is a shit load! I think the most I have seen is around 20k on an original bottom end.
Nice, yeah I built one of these and it was a real ripper
Lol moped Steve chiming in calling people assholes
The parma kit head has way too much compression to run reliably, like maybe it can do a quick rip up and around the block. It gets so heat soaked that any more than that will melt your piston or if your lucky just blow the head gasket. You either need to carve out the combustion chamber or switch it out for a lower compression ratio head.
Might wanna trim those bars down a couple inches
Rad is just down the street from my shop, really cool people they have been at it for close to 6 years now I think. They are the best bang for your buck in the ebike world, you see them all over Seattle. I would say yes get one if you want to shuttle the kids around, the range is like 20miles I’m a charge though
I would pick up a le partie ignition for your mbk
i always pop a little hole in all of my mlm sidebleeds, i think the last one i did a 3/32" hole.
The brains are always in the box.
Baird’s Bike’s. I love the sound of that.
They’re like half the weight, a proper venturi, polished slide, air correction jet vs. a Dell’orto having a totally different atomizer and needle combo for 2t-4t. I’ve never had to swap a needle on a polini. My only gripe is that they don’t sell individual jets and now I have a big pile of 40 idle jets and I just have to keep buying more.
On Peugeot flipping the variator with the malossi swingarm is a lot of work to get the chain line right. Using a 420 chain helps but you really should set your pulley up to float a bit, using thrust bearings and washers around the pulley and a compression spring on the other side to hold tension so it doesn’t flop around.
Could this be the ultimate fix for a Peugeot 2 coil?
Have you already switched out the one way for an hfl3030? Actually I don’t know if that’s still a thing you can do with the new clutch pulley. It was a neat trick to get your pulley spaces outboard about 10mm.
Same taper yes. Tomos/puch/Derbi/Peugeot small taper all share the same taper
Blue wire, wiring the kill into the red can fry the box.
Usually with reproduction parts you have to replace the entire unit and not just one piece. All of those new mbk parts on treats are Chinese clones so the quality can be hit or miss.