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WHERE DO I DRILL??? OR GRIND ETC.
This is a typical moped army bragging post. Somebody manages to make the impossible work and then instead of specifics they show some random pictures. So that poster can claim initiation into some secret society. Sounds sort of like a boy scout order of the arrow from my childhood. Please once someone actually can document a working strategy, put it in the wiki. Otherwise it's just some half
What battery are you using as a replacement ?
Mike I have a minty and fast 2011 st that I would sell to you that is fully registered I have all the paperwork it's got a few speed mods it's in perfect shape goes mid 40s I've got a bunch of bikes so this is one of my most reliable ones and I'll sell it to you for pretty close to what you mentioned as the old selling price which is what I paid for it and I'm not taking l
@alan: so the "thermistor " does what exactly ?? Is the thermistor some way to adapt a harbor freight head unit to a home made copper washer ?? Or is this necessary of you successfully get the worn out battery out of it's epoxy coffin as manufactured by trail tech?Is there a way you have found to get a dead trail tech battery out and replaced with a new trail tech battery and then
Ok so someone show a progression of pictures of what exactly is happening when a dead trail tech is resurrected.
I just got schwabby 29 * 1.6 smooth tread gravel tires that are going on a wheel set I'm building for my commencal meta power to occasionally use it for a road ride. I actually was at a bike dealer today and tried out one of their level three e-bikes that have a top speed of 28 mph. Super super harsh ride I mean it was misery I wouldn't want to ride that bike very far I think they told m
The ad says that it's the last delivery they're ever going to get. It's pretty hard to imagine a two-stroke fossil fuel moped having much of a future in a continent that is basically banning internal combustion engines. No reason for anyone to get upset about it. it's going to happen. I think we can all keep as many mopeds as we want as long as they dont produce any carbon dio
@alan: so where exactly did you start excavating to get the the battery leads? From the back in the middle. And if you then found the leads if you simply got to the leads and in some.manner got a new battery correct to the leads why not leave the old battery in place and why wouldn't the trail tech work like new and all then to do is figure out how to mount the janked up unit with now an acce
So I went exploring into one of these trail Tech sensors with a dead battery because I sure got a whole bunch of them. I simply cannot believe that anyone was able to remove the epoxy that was so expertly smeared all over that unit and as I got closer and closer to the unit more and more parts of the unit started to be broken. Now if one person somehow managed to reverse engineer that trail Tech t
Don't waste your time on that torqued up rim you need a new rim just go find one or find the wheel don't torture yourself further trying to straighten that it's never going to straighten right and it's always going to be dangerous.
The stockoshocko needs a metal mlm .8 mm baseplate with two paper gaskets on each side of the plate to raise the transfers. Otherwise you will never get enough mixture in to properly tune it.. so while you might need a slightly larger jet if now you have an expansion chamber , it won't alone do the job..trust me on this because I toasted several pistons on my stocko shocko before I looked at
Stop stealing my stategy!! I'm warning NorCal that if I in addition wash all my cars ...the skies will open and all the megadrought will be erased...don't make me so it!
And here I thought he was asking when the next sale was? What I didn't realize is that it went where? Let me add that treats sale frenzy is coming from Benji, I suspect, as a solid business decision.
Take the crank arm off and bend it away. Don't do it with the crank arm on the pedal shaft. Put a dowel under the pedal shaft when you hammer out the bolt and wedge holding the arm o to the shaft. Loosen up the nut and whack the nut and not the pin.
That moped is worth a decent minivan ?? Funny I just dropped about 6k into my 1993 awd previa. New engine , installation by a competent friend etc etc... But that moped is sure worth it .....not!
Im praying for some manna from heaven.
Well it would put my meddling to a test. But I have to find some time to take it on a 20 mile ride. my schedule got really tight.
What's the planned speed ...the red Hobbit goes mid 30s..is this a way faster ride ? Have to decide what to take if I do it.
6. ...why use a pa 50 1 crank? Well I had it as well as the all it's associated parts AND I was not going for a high hp build. I just wanted a mild but trouble free build. Using a notched variator courtesy of Emil from socal..when and if that crankshaft cracks off ...it will be rebuild time with an aftermarket crank and new clutch housing etc...then it's sianora..to to pull start and he
1. The combo of filing the fiber reed and using a bit of sealant seems to have dramatically improved the cold start.2. The sub frame modification of cheetachrome is more or less for an inline set up but it requires longer rear shocks so as to not crush the carb3. The mlm hobbit 21 mm intake for the dio reed block can be used with stock pa 50 2 reeds and the carb sits perfectly on top of the sub al
Oh and why am I not running the OEM carb in addition all three of my bikes are on cheetah Chrome modded subs. And if you're going to have that sub you know it's really modded for 21 phpg which I have on my other two hobbits but now I want to break the carbs out on top of the sub using the mlm 21 which wall as advertised to the only spigot style clamp I have discovered that a typical malo
I swapped the stock kind of because I got tired of undoing the throttle cable in a very difficult position. Today was great it only took two minutes to get the body off the sub I just took the main bolt out and lifted it up it's pretty easy that's all I was trying to say. And for whatever reasons it really works perfect now and I do appreciate people who are pointing out that I should re
Comrade jbot.. I want you to know that I purposely put the Moto Gray seal one on instead of just putting it on and see if I could get it to start without putting additional sealant on the breed block just so you would be able to continue with your fragile ego telling everyone your that you're absolutely always have her right and I just did this for you my friend because I don't want to r
With trimmed reeds it pull starts on first pull. I'm gonna go and ride it for a while.
So with stock metal reeds and a tiny bit of ultimate grey moto seal 1 I started on third pull. It doesn't rev out with the stock reeds and is running much richer...smoking more etc .. now to put the filed fiber reeds on.Thanks jbot for looking at the four previous videos I posted after you told me I was a complete fool btw.
Here are the two reeds superimposed. So really not grossly off. I'll mark and file the fiber to match and also. Take a bit off the second stage as jay suggested.
So the read block length is slightly smaller than the intake opening on the case so the reeds aren't actually hitting anything but I'll trim everything down to the exact same size as the stock metal reads and then I'll put the stock metal reads on and then I'll put some sort of sealant lightly on both sides of this and I'm not using that standoff block they're hard to