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pull the slack out of your throttle cable so the cable housing seats in the adjustment screw on the top of your carb.
av7's came both variated and no variated. but no worries, its the same crank on both.
the polini nut is what you need.
Graham-If you get the cdi crank it has the same taper as puch allowing you to use the puch cdi.Christophe- thanks for the info, been thinking about trying this, now i am definitly going to
i cut the shaft of the stock one right next to where the sproket is welded to it, the carefully gringed the weld off till the sprocket was able to brake loose and slide off the end then slide the sprocket on the doppler shaft into place and welded it on.
I machined a slot on the opposite side of the doppler shaft in order to put the peddles 180 from each other and I cut a peddle sprocket off a stock shaft and welded in place to keep it peddle start.
holy shit, clutch pulleys are rediculous. the exeleration is insane. I know its been talked about before but i just finished installing a doppler clutch pulley and a bidalot variator on my parma kitted moby and I dont know if ill ever get rid of this seriouse hard on.
OK, so I have some of it figured out, I think.Blue= some kind of french restrictor and you shouldnt hook it to anythingBlack=is groundYellow/Green= gets grounded at coil, at least thats where its grounded on the MTV instructionsStill need to know which wire is for lights, There is a red wire comming out of the stator and a white/black wire comming out of the cdi box, where do these go. without the
ed, any luck? got on on the shelf and dont know if i should bother.
Alright, I need to know where the wires go. I got a photo copied instruction sheet that is very poor quality and cant make out most of the words and it doesnt help that its french. I need to know which wire are which. I am sure one is a ground and one is lights, but not sure which. these are the colors in question, thanks for any help.Blueblackblack white stripedgreen yellow striped
had it on the bench today and just kept playing with it for a while and it has already loosened up quite a bit.
stock av7 crank, also just looking at the fag bearings one side is flat and one side has a slight taper, which side of the bearing faces out and what side faces the crank?
How stiff is ok? Doing the same thing right now, everything seems to be seated properly. I can spin it over with my hand but it is definitly tighter than another old AV7 I have on the shelf. Is it something that will break in? I was getting ready to disassemble and try again until I came across this thread.
yeah same problem, when we installed the bushing we also noticed it wasnt really a tight fit and have thought that the bushing possible moved around leaving the holes unalined.
9", same as a homoet, seems long because the final cone is such a long taper that goes in the silencer.
Glad to see its doing well, Matt give me a shout and lets talk about some changes to make this thing rip even more.
josh you better have it figured out by now...
very soon, i was hoping to have some ready for wb3, but have been too busy. I have been building one offs for people in our gang to test. if you want one i can get around to it right after the rally. find me at the rally and well talk. i am with the white line riders, look for the stripes on the headlights.
we have run a tomos homoet on stock bikes before and i dont think there is a better pipe. I have played with a lot of different pipes for stock cylinders and 64cc kits, and the homoet has concictantly out performed them all. some may be better bottom or top but the homoet is the best all around. that is what prompted me to clone them for other bikes. so far they have been succesful, there will be
Good looking out ez however on this bike the motor is on the swing arm. so it moves with it.
thanks for the degree wheel, I was really needing one.
Just finished this pipe for one of the white line riders. Homoet for a garelli made completley from scratch. This pipe friken rips on her bike, she has a polini 64cc kit and a 16/16 carb and a polini pipe on it that was holding her back to 35mph and now she is getting 45mph on the gps just by changing the pipe and jetting it accordingly. If there is interest in these I will make them available for
put one on my wifes bike a while ago and it is smooth as can be. I do remember it being kinda confusing though. seems like there are a few guides inside that were easy to put in backwords. try putting them in different ways. i could be wrong though, like i said it was a while ago.
yes, and I have it in stock for when we do your bike
I am not sure which pipe it is matt... i do know dusty has this pipe on his tomos with polini kit and it rips... I wasnt trying to break any performance records this go around, just trying to try my hand at the actual fabrication... I have since got 2 stroke wizard and am going through the steps to properly calculat dimensions. waiting on a degree wheel to get all the info i need.
It did alright... pretty good through the power bands, but mostly hits harder latter.. Gps'd 46.5... I have had that same bike gps'd at 54 with a modified estoril... Still some work to do for sure, but this was just an expierement in the cone rolling process. there will be more to come.
one for my gila is in the works, ill post it up when it is done.
its actually going on a kick start motor that has foot pegs on the bottom shock mount.