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Haters welcome.The nut pictured is used & was on my 103 for about 3 years.I haven’t had any problems using these on multiple moped cylinders but to each their own.* Guessing the next response will be how I’m stupid and full of shit.
I find taller flange lock nuts work great as cylinder head nuts.
I don’t own every single kit available. If you read the video description it says it’s a comparison between the (pictured on Left) Treats 50cc 38mm version 1 & (pictured on Right) Arisal 65cc 44 mm kit. Each has corresponding print out from treatland.tv underneath the cylinders.Next time I wont waste my time since you don’t find it useful and perhaps I’ll delete this post. Thanks
For moped heads who wanna see the difference to know the difference before deciding which to buy for joy rides.
So much work for something so simple. I use LEDS everything head, tail, brake, and turn signal lights on my Puch e50 without a single bulb blowing or a big ass rectifier and battery on board. I posted the YouTube link above. All that’s needed is a treats 12v light coil, in-line fuse and flasher relay.
Make sure your external ignition coil is grounded to clean unpainted metal. If you hear a winding sound similar to a nineties Honda in reverse, it’s likely a transmission fluid issue or the pedal shaft spring & pedal shaft spring cap possibly missing wavy washer. If you hear I high pitch tone like a vacuum cleaner when plugged in, you’ll need to remove magneto, loosen stator screws and retard
I have piston and rings like new, I’ll have to double check if I still have the jug. I’ll have a look when the sun is up and get back to you.
Traded out a techno with loose baffle for the Treats A55 Black pipe & it rips! Love it!
That’s a lot of work. For $10 sometimes less than $10 you can buy a precise a timing tool from treatland.tv and simplify your life.
Puch E50 12v light coil & turn signals without a battery & picture of my wire diagram
I think this is the same or a very similar switch diagram
Nymphomaniac 2013 movie starring Shia LaBeouf wrenching on a moped
The issue is definitely NOT rubber carb sleeve. Tomos mopeds are awesome but also very tricky to assemble without at least a few issues. In my experience Tomos base gasket / cylinder stud sleeves are common air leak culprits. Cylinder stud sleeve is NOT optional. The brass sleeve around base of cylinder stud screwed into the engine case ensures proper cylinder alignment, compression and seal. I’ve
My teacup Chihuahua came across a box on the corner during our walk home one night that was labeled, “free kittens”. Jalapeño, my pocket sized hot & spicy dog, jumped right in the box and started licking the only kitten left. My first thought was if you can read, then get a damn job! I took the dog out of the box and tried to continue our walk home but I felt like a dumbass tugging, practical
A $15 12v coil from treatland will end the madness!
Haha! All in good fun and humor. Moped Army is Super Rad! Lots of great help and guidance here. I wouldn’t be able to keep my rides running if not for this site and the folks that comprise it. Good times!
Rocco Taco & Dirty D twat did I miss! Seems like a lot of button pressing going on but I wonder if we’re all pushing the button for the same reason... damn DirtyD is super Adorable, agreed Hahahehehohoooo
Everybody relax LOL. The barn find was purchased from a young dude that started restoring a bike a few years ago then he was given a motorcycle so the moped stayed unfinished. The barn was very nice indeed, not dilapidated by any means with a few classic cars in there too. The case was put back together with new bearings and seals I don’t know what kind of crank it is but the top end never went
Not sure what was on it but my plans are to run an Airsal 44mm 65cc kit in this thing. I’ll do my best to patch it up as recommended but I think I better start looking for a new case now LOL! Thanks for the advice y’all!
I took this e50 engine off of a barn find. Top end not included. Cleaned it to find a hole in the case in transfer area exposing the case screw. My question, is this garbage? Is it fixable? Do I need to take the whole thing apart? I’m not a mechanic but I’ve put together a few mopeds, so my skill level is that of a novice for sure. Do I need mad skills and special fancy tools to fix it, that is if
Thanks for the suggestion. I will have to educate myself on the lapping process, via the link you provided. Again thank you. It is way above my skill set and looks easier than it is I'm sure. I hope I dont shit the bed on this one.
The breaths of frustration are natural indeed Pat. Peddled with my big girl panties on and got it to start right up. BUT... the pedals are spinning backwards. Could this be the result of the timing being too advanced or retarded? Truthfully sometimes trying to figure out whether it's one or the other makes me feel more retarded than advanced more often than not. I have a timing light somewher
I finally gave up dealing with the temperamental original two coil ignition on my peugeot 103 LVS U3. Upgrading to the Le Partie CDI seemed the logical choice but installing it myself was clearly not as logical. I'm not a mechanic but somehow I have successfully managed to do the necessary repairs on the mopeds in my collection until now.I read all the blogs and compiled all the information
This is Turner my 2005 Tomos Targa. Together we keep folks looking and wanting a moped of their own with every ride we take.