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Just put the bucket over your head when you ride, silence both the carb and the pipe.
we have two HP MJF nylon12 machines at my work. they produce fantastic parts. If price were no object and I could only have one plastic 3D printer it would be the HP MJF.
> ID OD Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> >> Took this SundayOH man, back summer 06 I did an illustration of carillon monument using a sheet of steel and a sandblaster. turned out really nice, but I dunno where it went. oops. SUP dayton folk
Ya my wife loves mopeds. I bought my first moped and she had to turn around and buy her own. She's not so good at wrenching, just not how her brain works and wasn't raised wrenching, but she'll be there while I do it. She went to her first rally this year and had way too much fun and wants to hit CBBG and more events next year. I keep buying more bikes and parts and she doesn't
I went to University of Cincinnati which is a pretty big school, and my prof:student ratio for my program was 1:5. It really depends on the size of your program. w/e man, but I wouldn't put as much stock in the name on the school and more on the program and if they get grants and where their graduates are getting placed. Also how much experience you can get while there.Also, all the schools y
It's a "large school" but there are so many small communities there and outside of the school that you can easily find your people. My wife graduated from there and is fairly introverted and she enjoyed it. Plus, you can just live north of campus and find plenty of people that are outside the college world.What are you looking to study? Focus on that over school size IMO.
> Moped Lar (OFMC) Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> You can still get 20w ND but you have to buy it in a 2 gallon container> at Tractor supply.I've found here in ohio that 20w ND is pretty hit or miss at tractor supply lately, but I've had very little issue finding it at every rural king, so that might be the ticket for the OP.
Damn man. This was probably the nicest I've seen people be to a scooter person accidentally posting here and they even gave you advice and told you what site to try or hit the off topic section here to get help. Way to spit in their faces.
> Irving Cobian Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I forgot to add I want to be able to reach 50-60mphthat seems brave.
you probably have the right attitude, get something you can ride that's stock-ish (pipe and filter are probably fine), learn to keep that running well. Just don't modify it too much if you want to put lots of reliable mileage on it. Don't be afraid of getting a second moped that is a backup runner...trust me, that's a good idea...buy more mopeds. ONE OF US ONE OFUS
OH also for #2, you can secure a bike in a truck bed upright with a single tie down run through the forks and tensioned down. just look up "motorcycle truck bed" on google and there will probably be multiple articles showing how to do it. add a second one for extra peace of mind.OH also, you don't need a garage or shop space to rebuild a moped. you could rebuild one in your bathtub.
1) i don't know your laws in NY, i'm sure it's on the web. here in ohio i don't need a title, i can register a bike with the vin written on a napkin.2) it absolutely will if you dont have a third row. hell you can probably fit 3 or 4.3) local facebook community? maybe go hit up second stroke mopeds and they can help you out in more ways than just getting a bike.4) This is wildl
i ate a can of tuna for like $0.83 today. so that's cool.
you shouldn't be adjusting your float to stop it from leaking on a bing. it's either your gasket and/or your float needle. fix that and set your float height correctly.
kinda tricky to design anything universal without knowing diameters and clearances. every application would be different. 3d printing isn't some magic cure all. learn to 3d model something for your bike or hand fabricate something the good ol fashion way with a hacksaw, grinder, and a drill press.
I know a Honda collector in Canada that might be extremely interested if you were looking to sell.
my wife keeps saying we all a bunch of possums tittybats. (herself included)
it's almost like we have this beautiful wikihttps://www.mopedarmy.com/wiki/Motori_Minarelli
oh ok, well I can remake the door. easy.
Awesome, thanks Benjamin. I think that can be remade, the trickiest part is keeping cost down on the larger cover.
our pacer never had em, so I know nothing about them. So they are plastic covers left and right? what's this business about a toolbox?
personally I have a cheapo for fun BS around the house. the company I work for has really high end stuff. I'd print on the HP MJF nylon printer we have. SUPER nice strong parts. take primer/paint really well.
I could laser scan and reverse engineer the "unobtanium" cover so that it could be 3d printed...that is if I had one. I've done it with the puch magnum plastics, perfect fit.
once I get this M1 built and running right this fall, plan is to repaint the tank and use these awesome decals.
Ya that was one of things I thought it could do is regulate/throw oil off the clutch towards the bell.
I'd still love to know why it's part of the clutch assembly. The engineer in me feels like this was an engineer over engineering a problem they thought could be an issue, but I could just as easily be overlooking the problem it solves.
it doesn't function as a shim. it's below the actual shimmed part of the clutch. I did think of that tonight, I'm sure Al has one if need be. He has a couple sets of puch spokes I wanted to pick up for a couple bikes anyway.
yup that's the ticket. But ya, what's this thing in there for?