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Oh, huh, that looks like enough of a chamber that it wouldn’t change up too much, I wonder how it would fit
I bought the 2.75 tires on purpose; they’re not too much heavier than the stock savas, at least I don’t really think they are, I wanted a big chunky enduro tread on them, I’m curious to see how they affect handling and traction
Hey, working on dirt pedding up my Tomos and I really wanna make or buy a scrambler pipe for the bike. It’s a 94 sprint with the all but standard 70cc kit and big boi pipe. Working on upjetting the carb too.My ideas so far are this:Learning that there is already some kinda esoteric stock tomos pipe that someone has one of laying around or has heard legends ofPerhaps just cutting up the pipe I have
Do we know if Treats is still shipping? That seems, health risks aside, like a thing we should all be worried about..
THATS the answer i was looking for. how much of a pain in the ass was it?also, did you build a rectifier//attatch a battery for those LED lights?
Im dirt-pedding up my tomos. Can i mash a 2.5 or a 2.75 on a 2.25 rim? im okay with ditching/ remaking the fendersalso torque upping tips? im putting bigger back sprockets in, what else?
MCAB (most cops are bastards)
Yeah, the HPI coil is confirmed wrong part and also already dead, we stuck it on in almost joking desperation.I’m gonna grab the tomos stock ignition and parmakit box and just get it over with
Alright, did some research and some testing, Stator puts out enough juice, lights are wired correctly, spark plug and boot are new.it sure seems like my CDI box went bad, so i stuck another questionable CDI on there that ALSO did not workare there other Compatible CDI boxes with this stator?should i just overhaul the whole ignition system for something more reliable?
last one, of the brake lightgrounded to bare frame therehopefully this is more information than it takes to diagnose whats wrong but any info, advice, or direction would be greatthanks dooders
here's deets on the CDI box, I cant really find any other information on it, its got four wires tho?Headlight wiring, and the grounding for it and the kill switch and the handlebarsyes, I've tried for spark without the killswitch wire grounded
Last i rode my bike, as I'm a block away from my house, and the whole bike cuts out, no spark to be found, tried a new spark plug, no dice.I start to check for grounding problems in the stock wiring harness, can find anything. Caxe and I decide to just overhaul the wiring, as it has become a rats nest of obsolete accessories and previous repairs. Stripped everything non vital out, so I'm
I’ll gladly take a look, I’m getting real tired of the knots I have in this.The only extraneous thing I wanna keep is the lightswitch and only kinda
MAN, cool build, i really enjoy following this. makes me want to make a build happen soon.
Oh Les i know, the kickstand broke when i flopped a few weeks ago and i just havent gotten to fixing it yet! and a center stand just doenst fit with this pipe :Cbut the tail light! it from a pontiac something or other i found at the junkyard!! its MAD bright
> Silverfox Sullivan Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> Must be pretty tough having to carry that construction block around with> you all the time!>> Mikei just throw it on the rack u kno. super helpful. keeps my tail down when cornering u kno
HAd a fun time hunting around the junk yard
> ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> The white wire came off th3 headlight it is the common ground for high> and low beam.I don’t know where I’d attatch that white wire too, the bulb is grounded to the inside of the rim that holds the bulb by a black wire coming off of the bulb, you can see it well in the picture
That fuckn honker light!! Long live Guzman
I keep a sizable crescent wrench in my seat for insurance against whatever car owner I encounter ᕕ(ᐛ)ᕗ
> ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I think Tomos needs a 26 front unless your handy with an angle grinderI was gonna stick the 28 on the back, as handy as I am with an angle grinder I don’t want to risk one shot killing my daily get around before I have a spare
> You can usually find close-enough replacements from other mopeds or> small dirtbikes and motorcycles, or new replacement upgrades like EBR's.> Just measure head tube length and diameter and you're set, sometimes> requires swapping hardware like cups cones and bearings around but> that's pretty easy, especially if you've worked with forks - even on> bicycles
Oh fuck yeah man I'll pm u!!I'm going to try to bend it back into place, but I think that donk that bent it and broke the pedal also fucked up the pedal threads so I want the spare around
gonna need another one of these..left side pedal arm, its like 6 inches long, pretty sure its the stock oneplease let me buy your extra? not picky on the finish
THANK YOU.(this means Caxe was right about the rectifier and i just lost an agrument)But the info is good! i have a 12v battery i could mount in my seat tub and do the whole rectifier thing, but i might just run some big ass bulbs around, just seems easier in the long runtested the bulb, it sure is blown! and upon closer inspection it is the 4411 tractor bulb, lol
Oh thanks, yeah that’s way simpler.I think I’ve decided on a 28
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cool shit. i'm going to clean and grease the forks today and see how it feels while i hunt down some up(or over)grades.SPROCKET. definitely going bigger, but how much bigger do i want to go? from the 22 i have now, my gut tells me a 26 but im not sure how much effect itll have. Do i want a 28.. do i want a 30?
Haha, yes it me, moped wrenchie in training~Thanks for all the info! moped electrics are still super confusing to me. MY asap fix was to tape a flashlight to the topwhile i'm at it, what exactly is the way to beef up moped electrics to make lights brighter? i would really love to have a 60/60w headlight, but im not sure if my bike will do that yes, seeing as everything goes dim when you honk