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BOB BARKER, fak that fattie Drew Carey.
I'll tell you what, all that melted aluminum and plastic...it was definitely some 'ol Henry. It was an NGK B6HS and Mos is probably right about it not seating right, it was sort of twisted to the right before I pulled it and most of the damage was on the left.I could have stripped it yeah, that was the one day I said "hey, bike is reliable...just forget the tools eh?"I'll
I took a pleasure trip a few days ago instead of exercising, went about 20km out of town from my home. Before I went on the ride I removed one air filter screen on my 15.15 SHA and enriched the fuel/air mixture...cruising along at 70 - 75km/h everything going well. Suddenly the engine starts to backfire a bit, no problem it's probably a bit rich. I see a Tim Hortons and decide to give the
Is the condensor new or NOS? Big difference there as far as manufacturing date goes, these mopeds are old and if it's NOS we could be talking about a 30yr old condensor here. Change the condensor with an equivalent from Radio Shack or Circuit City and see what happens. By equivalent I mean capacitance range in microfarads.
Sorry my mistake, the gas cap is hard plastic and it comes stock with the Pug 104 (even has the lion on it)...it does have a hole on the bottom.This morning I drilled out the petcock a little bit and lowered the level of the carb float bowl and so far so good!!!! I can't seem to get the spark plug out at the moment though that sucker is on real tight. I didn't know something like this
Shit! You know what...there was a very loud HISSS and a burp after I filled up the tank before my ride today and plugged the gas cap back on (it's rubber)! It just might be the gas cap because I've never had this problem before nor have I heard that sound, it sounded like a cow fart.I haven't tried side-gapping on my Peugeot, but I've done it before and it does help somewhat.
#1 Fuel line is very clean, not a trace of rust in the filter or the float bowl so the fuel flow is probably pretty steady, unless this engine is guzzling more fuel than I thought...#2 The gas cap is pretty tight#3 I'll try shaving down the float bowl, is there much clearance there?
Peugeot 70cc with Polini Top OneStock Variator15.15 Dellorto SHA with #82 jetThe fuel bowl is empty too fast to supply the engine, as I climb past 45mph @ WOT it starts to sputter as if the fuel bowl is running dry...it happened all the time on my old Sachs so I know the feeling. It runs great at 3/4 throttle. The #82 jet is bang on what it needs, any higher and I can't get past 3/4 throttl
Yes it's definitely under alot of pressure;and, it gets in the way of the magneto cover which will have to use zipties at the bottom now instead of those rubber tabs.
Well, unfortunately they didn't have that special piece I needed but I did get a 12th front sprocket instead...coming in the mail now. Check the pic to see the attachment I made, pretty slick I think and no drilling required just a whole lot of tension. It's made of a steel fastener from homedepot, $0.49.
Alright Dan I'll give 1977 a call tomorrow (I'll be asking for you). Don't have any $$$ till Thursday though, so if you do end up finding that piece it'll have to wait until then.
YES! That is the piece I'm looking for, my malossi case didn't come with one. I circled it in the attached pic
Yessir those are definitely the parts that came with my Polini pipe, but alas there is no place to bolt them on. Kinda silly for the Malossi ppl to make a case that can't hold a pipe...Right now I've got two pieces of metal to drill some holes into but I'm not sure if they're thick enough to take the vibration that will be produced by this pipe.
Yes, exhaust mount that is what I meant. I've searched high and low in all 4 sections for pics (all dates), and the best pic was of a Polini Top one with a regular case and a watercooled cylinder.Anyone else that might not have posted before?
Anyone have a pic of how they mounted their exhaust, say, a Polini Top One to their Malossi cased Peugeot?
I've got nearly the same ride, but yours is the 104 VNU....yes a rare bike. Mine is a gold 104VN with shorty seat and no chrome rack....everything else is the same.
FRED! I been lookin for ya. I still owe you money for that last parts order, email me @ my work email address, they have special blocks that prevent access to hotmail.
http://www.treatland.tv/peugeot-103-aslil-spx-performance-pipe-p/aslil-103-spx.htmAny info on this pipe? Looks like a screamer (and cheap too).
Yerp, done and done. The case came off the frame and was completely apart in 45min...piece of cake.
Forgive my stubbornness (and outright laziness) on the issue, I know what I need to do...just trying to cut some corners here and maybe save some cash. I hope you don't mind but I'll be consulting each of you from time to time about this build, I won't fail.@Fred, I'll email you about a case-splitting tool and other parts.
@RockyYeppers I accidentally found a thread discussing the technique and you're absolutely right, a TON of material needs to be removed there and it will take me a while with my hand file. I won't be able to just ramp this port into the "3rd eye" will I?
Well, so I figured, I _do_ enjoy being thorough most of the times. Thing is, this time, I'm not all that interested in reaping the full benefits of the kit...just looking for a little extra grunt to push a heavy dude a little harder. I've already a plan in mind involving a hand file and some putty and will do it safely...wouldn't be the tenth time I did a successful port job with
Yeah Freddie suggested I get new cases but I seriously don't want to go splitting my engine in half. Not only do I lack the tools to split them, but I also lack the time to do so (and the money as well). I'd rather just carefully cut here and there. Thanks for the offer Ed.
I've getting a borekit for the Peugeot 103 engine but it's the old kind, definitely pre-1975. I've also been informed that to fully accomodate my kit I'll need to incise a 3rd transfer port into my transfer case. After much searching of the forums I haven't been able to find any information on the technique. Has anyone performed this technique?
Not at all. A case match of the transfer ports would be beneficial.
Well, those pics aren't exactly close-ups but from where I'm sitting it looks like you weren't very careful nor precise especially on the exhaust port. The transfer ports (going into the crankcase) also looking malformed and not angled well...it appears that you simply enlarged them which in most cases is not the best idea...removing obstructions yes but their angle is also quite i
mbartellA 15mm carb like Amal 15 would work well with that pipe provided you set the needlepin to the appropriate notch. The Amal is a very hard-to-tune carb but once the carb, piston rpm, and the gianelli's midrange design synchronize the power is amazing. The way you have your carb setup is for higher powerband pipes because of the distance b/w the airbox and the widest part of the expansi