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> Ken Roff Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> There’s really no way to keep your moped, bike, car, house safe except> to have a concealed carry!29 years on this planet and have yet to feel the need to carry a weapon to protect my shit. Maybe try not living in a 1st world shithole lmao?
> ..... poop Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> He thinks "he's" being cool by acting above repurposing something that> may or not have been left in the city or by the side of the road> somewhere.Your use of quotations is way off. If anything, it should have been bolded or italicized. Vandalizing other people's property is hella cool
> ..... poop Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> i cant wait to find out where the gps tracker is on one of these and see> what good parts can be salvageddang you're so edgy and cool
I've been wanting to make a pie cut exhaust for my DT175...rather I will design it in Solidworks and get the pie cuts laser cut, and my buddy and I will roll them and he will weld it up for me either out of stainless or ti. I'd love to just be able to use one of those 2T exhaust calculators, but they don't take into consideration how the pipe routes. I was wondering if I could use o
I may or may not ride one blue Moby under the reg of another blue Moby, shit happens. Might go legit just have been lazy.
The FTR is heavy as sin for what it is, that's about the only input I have on it.
Can't edit...but the green area I'm talking about is actually the purple circle...
Hi all, I've got a quick question. I am switching over to the Polini PHBG intake and PHBG 19 on my AV10. I have previously ran a Malossi Carbonio reedblock which I had to modify the intake port for. I've taken some photos of the Polini PHBG intake block mounted up to my cases to show the overlap areas. What do you suggest I do here? Should I match the red areas on the cases to the intake
Dangit, Rick! How could I forget you have/had one?!Yep same color, I love it :)I am hoping to get my setup to that point where I can just start it by flicking the flywheel, especially because i'm running the kickstart ER3
I know that as a moped it’s not rare, my drunk ass was wondering how many others there might be in Canada because I have yet to see another one in a decade.And yep 51v came with an AV10 but like I said I’m not planning on selling this thing
Hey dudes, so I have a Motobecane 51V, never seen another one like it for sale in over a decade...and for the record no I am not looking to calculate some ridiculous value for it, I know my Canadian comrades are known to price their mopeds for their weight in gold...I am honestly just wondering how rare it might be so I know how big of a boner to get while rippin' it down the street. I alread
> Ninja . Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> Vespa battery box cover lids!!!!Funny you mention that, I was looking through my parts yesterday and saw that all my vespa battery box cover lids are cracked. I glued one back together and have been transferring it into CAD so I can try 3D printing one.
Yessir Malossi GR1 case matched to stock av10 cases. I need to clean up my intake port a bit, that was a tough job trying to get it right, last time the reeds must have knicked the inside of it and got spit out the exhaust. Haven't touched it since. Need to take it apart, clean out CF dust, and reassemble.Sweet, thanks for the recommendation :)
I want to get a moped up and running again...the closest I have to a running ped is a Moby 51v with a GR1 top end, a stock bottom end (I think, it's been so long since I built it) , Artek crank... I have a gianelli exhaust for it as well. I never had much luck tuning a VM16 that I had on it. It ran okay but something was always off. I have a feeling the carb was bunk because it was actually
Someone I know got a Cady, engine is seized, treats doesn't seem to have any Cady parts, I been outta the loop for a bit, does anyone sell rebuild kits?What is the engine model on these, technically speaking? Never seen a funky intake like that in person, and never bothered to look at Cadys close up on photos..
Everyone always complains about VWs...I work on my 2.5 with no issues whatsoever and had a 2.8 passat before that. The build quality on the mexican VWs is trash, but anything with a German VIN is good in my books. And then there was that time I worked on a Ford F250 all summer and was having a hell of a time dealing with seized manifold studs. Everyone has their experiences I guess.
nothing wrong with being poor, I'm poor, just don't be a crazie.
lol what else is new? stick around Moped Army long enough and you don't have to be a forensic psychologist to figure that one out.
You gotta be joking about going to a hardware store for metal...
This is the cheapest one I can get and I'm just wondering what the quality is like, don't want to be stripping threads but I'm probably just paranoid. Seems like a different brand than the one you posted.https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B072V6QL16/
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I actually have a piston stop that was generously sent to me by Rebel Moby a long long time ago and it has been serving me really well! I have yet to try it on the DT175 but I think it's long enough.I looked into the 10pc puller kit and unfortunately for me here in Canada it's roughly going to be 45$ CAD for that kit. I could get this:https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B013Y4WEBG/
This is the gasket kit I bought a while ago, never read the packaging in detail.How ya’ll like that high quality “performnance” asbestos lol??I bought it because it was cheaper to buy that than a single intake gasket.
Did some digging in my parts, saved 20$!
Thanks again for all the tips guys!I was about to buy a telescoping gauge set online but then decided to give my dad a call and turns out he's got a nice set that I can borrow for this once in a blue moon job.Found a guy selling a pair of Fowler micrometers (1-2" and 2-3") so hopefully he still has them and I can pick those up.Going to bite the bullet and spend 30$ on that copper he
Thanks a lot for the help guys! Lots of useful info...Jimmy, the bike is indeed a '78 but for the longest time I was under the impression it was a '79 because VIN and registration come up as '79....Must have been a transitional model or something. I love it :) I do have a non-OEM gasket set and I've been thinking about doing seals...but I'm afraid I'll start racking u
Hey everyone. I promise I still do moped shit...but this is another question for my DT175.Turns out I've been running on low compression (as seemingly well as she has been running) and I want to do a top end rebuild. First of all, any suggestions as to OEM vs Wiseco? I saw a comment somewhere at some point that pretty much said stay away from wiseco but I don't know if that is a common o
thank you very much guys! need it for inspiration :)
Went through half the Garage builds, thought for sure I'd find it there again. I don't remember if it was a maxi or a moby but it was ratty and had a big ol disk brake on the front end. Anyone?