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Seems to me, there was a thread on here several years ago, where 2 stock pipes were cut so the front part was on normal and the front 1/2 of the other was turned around & welded back on to the other front, so it looked like a skinnier version of an expansion chamber. You could side bleed it or put on a normal silencer. They said it made a huge difference. I've thought about trying it. The
I'm beginning my 3rd auto painting class at the local community college. 2 spray booths, one being a downdraft, and a complete mixing room, along with a well supported shop. I see all kinds of paint mishaps. My guess is not enough time to dry between coats & possibly paints that were not the same brand. Some people have good luck with spray cans, but I never have. BUT....with all the pre
I'm soooooo stoked you took the time to photo document your build. I learned a bunch just from the pix. Thanks and GREAT JOB !!!
I really like the charge as you go thing, and stealth when you need it.
I showed this to my brother & he said, wow, we could have used that to see the holes in the bottom of the Maxi tank. We're getting one!
Or maybe there's way too much oil in the mix. I'd go thru the whole fuel system, cleaning everything, and put in a new plug & mix fresh gas @ 60:1 using synthetic oil as a good starting point. Make sure it's timed to spec and the air filter is clean & not restrictive.
Same thing happened to me a few years ago. It was the light/horn switch. Took some fiddling but got it sorted out. Only glitch I've had, with the bike, in 16 years!
With a small amount of work (learning experience) your carb would look almost as new. And work properly.
That's just crazy. Hard to understand that kind of thinking.
I'm more afraid of SUV drivers talking on cell phones or texting. My fav is a white AGV. I like white cause dark helmets are hot inside.
This is exactly what I've been looking for. I don't care if it stores data. Battery stored in headlight bucket. YAY!
I'd jump on it RIGHT NOW!!!
It's only a matter of time till she gets creamed!
Nice job. More pix, please :)
I feel for you. I live in a area that's ride-able year round and not another moped person in 16 years. 2 colleges near by, too. Go figure?
Yup, the Renthals. Best 'feel' of any out there. I prefer the dark grey mediums, but black is OK too.
Safety wire is easy to learn and can be used on all sorts of applications. Once you have the pliers and a roll of wire, which usually come in one pound cans and many thicknesses, you'll be using it everywhere you don't need parts coming off, especially at the wrong time. Ask me how I know!
If you're close, I'd jump on it. Quick
No, but a moped with a moped, lots of times
I've been using it for about 3 years now. It's very effective.
Ones too many & a thousand isn't enough. I've accumulated a lifetimes worth of projects. Nobody around here to wrench or ride with. Bummer in that department.
They just went on sale locally for $229. Part code is 43132709 good till 7/22/18 and the code may work anywhere in the country. I've been looking at these for a few years now and think it would be a great addition to the Handy lift I have in the garage. Adding a longer tail table , on top, and a castor extension would be easy, stable & fast. I love the idea of a portable lift table for wh
Can't say you've been well warned !!!
Use a fuel filter on all my bikes since the 60s
We all have different levels of clean, however my opinion is, if it's real clean it's easier to spot where leaks n such are coming from. Mopeds are pretty easy to keep clean.
Once you learn a simple sanding technique, you'll never have to use head gaskets again with never a leak. If you search, you'll find many peeps use this this operation. A thick piece of glass, some fine sandpaper and 15 minutes of time will get your mating surfaces dead flat.