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Never heard of maxwell kits before. Looks almost like the stock cast iron a35 cylinder but 44mm and cut flush to the base transfers. I bought one anyway so I'll know more when it arrives.
https://www.tomoshop.nl/cylinder-65cc-maxwell-44mm-for-tomos-a35.html?search=44mmNever heard of this one myself.
Tomos classic xl 45a35 with 45mm alukitjammer clutch 1stestorilphbg19 cloneparmakit cdi
Right Ok.Cheers for the heads up I'm not too clued up on these things.
This is what the listing says.Features: L20100% Brand New and High QualityThis product is a streamlined rectifier filter module, widely used in small rectifier output filter, mainly used in the power requirements of the appliance is not very high.The power supply module is designed exquisite can be placed in small electrical boxes.Circuit board designed with power light, you can conveniently visua
Seen this today. Would it work? Or am I being stupid? Can't tell.Cheers all.
Brilliant cheers. Really helpful info in that link. Funny thing is, even though I've only got the mlm 15 sha intake, I put the carb on anyway and it's already loads better than the sha that I had on before so really looking forward to what it'll perform like with the correct size intake.
Noticed these holes inside the top of this phbg clone I have. I don't have an intake so not hooked it up yet but yeah, looks odd to me. It's this right or not?Cheers all.
I'll look into welding/brazing something up.Thanks for the heads up.
Just wondering if the phbg intake part of the Malossi 4 petal reed kit faces backwards or forwards on a Tomos a35 Airsal cylinder.I have all the pipes and rubber couplings / hose clamps etc. to extend the intake to meet the carb. (phbg 19) Will the intake scrape the frame at the bottom or will there be enough space for me to play with?Cheers all.
Oh yeah that was an old piston from and older incarnation of the bike that was was horrid (me not having a clue what I was doing) that i had knocking around.Got it all together yesterday.Left the piston alone..Widened intake ports by about 2mm either sideWidened exhaust by about 3mm either side then raised by about 1mmChamfered everythingCase matchedPolished the exhaust pot the best I couldFuck m
Cool. I'll leave the piston alone then. I'm a bit scared about raising / lowering any thing intake or exhaust wise at the moment but I'm getting a dremel delivered tomorrow so I'm going to widen everything by just a couple of mm and see what happens. Very excited though :)
Noticed that at tdc, the transfer ports inside the cylinder are covered slightly (aprrox. 3mm)by the piston. Is this normal? Should I shave the piston so that they are fully open?the black mark is where the cut off point is.Cylinder and piston are airsal 44mm a35.Cheers all.
Ok. Thanks guys.When I've got the money I think I'll probably get the party party pack intake and vm20 from treats.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/362899825814Would this carb work on a tomos a35 44mm airsal? Surely they're all kind of the same?I don't mind it not having a choke BTW.I'm probably asking a stupid question here but It's really cheap and thought I'd consult you lot before pulling the trigger on this.Cheers all.
Also, when you say super low rpm kit I'm not sure what you mean.Cheers for the response but the way.Deffo gives me some thing to think about.
Sorry I could have explained better. I meant matching the cylinder to the case but then that got me thinking of also widening both to be like the a52 case size. Im more looking for smoother fast acceleration to the available top speed that unlocking more on the top end. If it ended up giving a bit more top end that'd be a bonus. I realise they're so many variables to take into account bu
Is it worth me enlarging and matching the case and cylinder transfers on my a35 engine with airsal 65cc kit? I had an a35 before this but it had the a52 big transfer case halves like an a55. I can just match them s they are but then wondering if there would be any benefit to enlarging both to be similar to that of the a52 / a55 transfer sizes.What would be the benefit (if any) of the larger transf
I have exactly the same thing happening with mine. No idea why it's happened. Going to press another in there and see what happens.
This one is for a tomos a35 or a55.Here's the linkhttps://www.tomoshop.nl/ignition-a35-kickstart-replica.html?search=ignition
What is the difference between the 2 wires coming out of light coil on this stator?Cheers
do i need one of these for the 2nd gear clutch as well as the 1st ???Cheers
Ah ok. Yeah I'd hate to blow up this parmakit box. I only got it in the post today in Liverpool uk. Scary shit. I mean i don't see why they'd be different but at the same time if they were and I fried the cdi I'd be gutted :( Anyone out there know the difference between these 2 flywheels.???Cheers
Would this flywheelhttps://www.treatland.tv/tomos-OEM-flywheel-for-94-95-a35-targa-p/tomos-oem-flywheel-229472.htmWork with this stator ??https://www.tomoshop.nl/ignition-a35-kickstart-replica.htmlCheers all.
Can i use a flyweel that is used for an a55 hall sensor/pickup on a normal 2 wire non hall sensor stator?is the only difference the protruding magnet on the outside?I'm changing my ignition to a 2 wire ignition with parmakit cdi box and I've still got the flywheel from before. Could do with not buying a new flywheel if it's not needed.Cheers.
Just wondering if it's worth removing the E start toothed section on my a35 flywheel?It's only a pedal start and was wondering if loosing the weight would be better or worse for torque / clutch engagement.Cheers
I just don't get it .. Read loads about people using this clutch on fairly stock ish setups and it being really good. Therefore with your setup it should be amazing. I've changed it to the weakest springs and it almost entirely slips through the 1st gear without grabbing at all. Bike revs out very high and will sometimes blow lights then it'll go in to 2nd gear and and it's fin
Good points. I'm not that heavy at all really im not sure exactly how much i weigh but prob around 140lbs give or take. I'm only using an sha 15 though.
Gutted :( . I'm going to experiment with some different gear oils and see if that helps. If not i might end up putting the old cork one back in.
Drained the oil took the clutch out and inspected the shoes and they looked fine. I lightly sanded them and reassembled but it was the same :( the inside of the bell on the 1st gear side is very smooth and shiny though so wondering if that's what the problem is.