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I have the funky looking pan exhaust off of a Columbia open road(solo engine) 27 shipped. My email is shut of, private message if interested.
I have the funky looking pan exhaust off of a Columbia open road(solo engine) 27 shipped.
Told it was a 79. Has newer oversize tires. Need anything?Missing: headlight, fenders, tank, rear wheel.
I have a set of 1978 PA50II cases.$50 shipped.
I bought what most would consider a parts bikemissing:all lightsinstrument clustershift leverkick/centerstandrear fenderpegsmagento/sprocket cover(s?)ruined:tankfront brake lever
The diameter of the #2 piston is between 37.955mm and 37.965.Your #22 cylinder is supposed to have a piston that is between 37.965mm and 37.970.http://www.mopedriders.org/html/manuals/puch/sm/puchsm.htmNot optimal, but should work.
i wouldnt use an oil pump, I'd modify a pump to work off the same power source.
Mike, think you can do the maching neccesary? adding a grove and lathing?
thanks paz!well I'm already going to have to do serious work to the cylinder to get it into the case so taking off material there wouldnt require doing anything extra.that plug idea is hot though.tangent: no pump makes my life easier. I was considering doing something like an A3 oil pump and have it powered off the magneto pump. The polini radiators are sealed, right? is there certain perc
my squish zone is embarrsingly large.There is a rounded square shaped o ring that sits in a raised groove on my head, so just planing it isnt an option. I dont think I could recreate that groove.bad ideas so far:1. fill in the dome with more metal and mill it down?OR2. get a longer con rod/machine my cylinder base down so the piston pokes up out of the cylinder a tiny bit? its not a dyke ringed pi
I'll just wing it and have some fun with the o'l drill press and rotary tommorrow.I'll weight my original crank, clutch, bell, main gear, and sprocket before and after.
no. The bell, aka the bowl shapped thing with the little gear attached.
I've heard about it, but I havent seen it.
a choke cable is a spare throttle cable. One more spare to get you home.
Ive had great success with this setup on a stock cylinder that was not ported.
I am in love with that maxi paint job.
A lot of the new 3 shoe clutches do not come with threaded extraction holes. There are blank holes and you need to m6 tap them.
i'll buy into this peer pressure as well.
the targa tank doesnt fit?did you part out the magnum x?
I don't feel that the link helped your case at all.Toptanks are highly saught after.Step-throughs, not so much.Its great that, you like step-throughs! it means more people have a shot at a toptank, but not if you cut one up to make a common step-through.You could heat your home on burning maxi frames and no one would be the wiser.In case anyone was wodering though, I flaked on brettw for a ti
do NOT bore the inner window part into a circle.
Mikdabikes prices are insane. I havent had either of those setups, but Malossi vespa parts look more impressive to me than polini.there are probably diffrences in roller weights, the angle of the roller's tracks, and the angle of the pulley plates.There are modifications that can be done to a stock variator.I'd buy a 13.13 and a pipe before dropping the cash on one of those.
The wiki has some very nice motobecane information and some thinly disguised smitty advertising.I don't want to throw a kit on this bitch.Is there a thread about withholding information from me that I missed? I know you guys know this stuff.
I was hoping for someone to say something like "raise your and exauhst by 2.5 mm, and lower your intake by 3mm"as far as what grahm said, I'v found that the chromed cylinder are the best cylinders for topend.17:41 gearing, sava mc11, 50cc high compression head, top racing crank, 3 shoe clutch, malossi 15 intake, 16mm sha, techno hunter. new seals, gaskets, bearings, chain, and wheel
any advice related to raising and lowering ports and piston modifications for speed would be appreciated
*open transfers. like this photo from the wiki, although this may be a #3. <a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f180/myfakeusername/cylinder.jpg" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"></a>
<a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f180/myfakeusername/portmap.jpg" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"></a>the side of the piston is 49mm tall. Nickasil plated cylinder with open ports.any advice related to raising and lowering ports and piston
this makes me wonder whats happening to the kickstart.