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1982 Honda Urban Express, NU 50. Starting from the bottom and moving up this moped has:new tires;new tubes;new brakes;new spark plug;new head gasket;new drive belt;new carburetor;new K&N air cleaner;new brake cables;new throttle cable;new battery;new seat cover;new ignition switchand new mirrors.Replaced were important gaskets, seals, fuel lines, etc.Also included in this deal is a box of ass
Mounts from B & S Plastics of Jacksonville, Florida. Perfect condition. See the pictures. Make me a reasonable offer and they're yours. Thanks!
Throttle cable is off a 1982 Honda NU50 Urban Express. It's complete and in perfect working condition. Cables move smooth and free. Cable housing is not cracked or broken. All the pieces are there. Lube it up and you're good to go. I know what they're asking for these on eBay. Make me a reasonable offer. Thanks!
You still have to scroll though all the chit and chat and cross-talk to get to the substance. Changing the subject line to reflect something relevant is much easier. Perhaps my more than 2 decades of working with threaded discussions has something to do with this. Digging through rubbish to find the nugget is a waste of everyone's time. Just my opinion based on lots and lots of personal e
Hard to tell which post above provide the solution since all the subject lines are identical. The devil is in the details. Just saying...
I can't see if this is still an active issue or whether the problem has been resolved. It's nice to see a conclusion to a thread.
The oil pump on the NU50 does not have a removable shaft. Plus, when removed it provides a lot of room to work on the bike. IMO, if you've made the decision to run premix, get rid of the oil pump and change out the throttle cable like I did. YMMV
Ordered one as soon as I saw your post. Received an email saying NLA. I suggested to Dan that they update their website.
Well, excuse the fuck out of me. Sorry I didn't notice the date. But, I didn't drag this fucker up if you see the post above mine.
I put something very similar to this carb on my Honda Urban Express. It runs fine. I bet it works on the NC50 just as well. https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Honda-Express-NC50-Carburetor-Carb-1977-1981/232603802658?hash=item3628445c22:g:uMIAAOSwzqFY9-6P&vxp=mtr
I found a cable that works perfectly. No modifications to the stock carb necessary. Less than $10.00 delivered to the lower 48. He's a link. https://www.vmcchineseparts.com/collections/throttle-cables/products/chinese-throttle-cable-49-dirt-bike-version-37
Your NU50 is a beauty. Where would I get a spring upgrade for a stock carb clone? Also, would tell me more about your Urban? It really looks sweet. Thanks!
I may need a stronger spring in the carb. We'll see. But, this throttle kit I can work with this if I can't find something better. Thanks for the tip Jack.
That is correct with the current set up. The cable end that would go to the oil pump (now disconnected does increase drag and effects throttle response. Hence why I want to ditch the OG throttle cable it and go with a traditional, single throttle cable.I had an old 1977 NC50 with manual choke back in the day and the spring in the carb provided enough tension for proper throttle return.
I removed the oil pump from my Honda Urban Express NU50, plugged the hole with a rubber expansion plug and now run premix. Pulled the oil tank and run the battery under the seat. I also removed the old corroded stock carb and replaced it with one of those clones found on eBay with the manual choke. Bike starts and runs fine.Now, I want to clean up the area around the carb and replace the funky
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I am looking for the seat bridge and electrical cover for a Honda Urban Express. The guys on FleaBay must think these are made of gold and weigh a ton based on the prices/ shipping costs. If you have these parts in good condition and at a fair price, please let me know. I'm in Houston. Thanks!
Obviously a motivated seller.
Looking for these pieces. They are under the seat. If you have them and they are in good shape let me know what you're asking for them. They will easily fit wrapped in bubble wrap in a flat rate padded envelope. I'm in Houston. Thanks!
I am looking for the seat bridge and electrical cover for a Honda Urban Express. The guys on FleaBay must think these are made of platinum and/or weigh a ton based on the prices and shipping costs. If you have these parts in good condition and at a fair price, please let me know. I'm in Houston. Thanks!
Looking for the bronze bushing for the idle gear. It's the bushing found in the case cover. 18mm OD, 14mm ID. Do you have one available? Also looking for assorted M6 case cover bolts. The guy I got my bike from lost most the case cover bolts and the outer idle gear bushing. Thanks!
I'll drop the guy a note. Worst thing he can say is no. LOL
My bike is black. Not concerned about the tank color. I appreciate you thinking about it Capt. I'll contact my local Honda dealership and see what they say.
Thanks for the reply Capt. Needless to say any spare parts you have are reserved for your growing "family." Looking at the manual and using my calipers I determined the bushing is 18mm OD x 14mm ID x approx. 9mm. I found one I can cut down. But, I need to purchase 5 when all I need is one. Anyway, I have found all the parts on eBay but some of the sellers must think they are solid
My neighbor owed me $100.00. He didn’t have the money, BUT he did have a Honda Urban Express NU50 that he would give me to forgive the debt. It looked in pretty good shape, new tires, carb, battery. Kick start didn't return, but no big deal. So, I took the bike.I’m finally getting into this bike and see there is more that needs to be done to get it truly road worthy. But, before I start