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Nope - they are different sizes> Ross Maser Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> Does the AR2 series float interchange?
Sounds exactly like a dieing condenser. Dont forget when doing the mod to disconnect the defective one in the magneto. Snip the blue with black wire going to the points. The pigtail from the new condenser you can splice into the grey wire at the external coil.If that is not a fix, perhaps the resistor in the antiparasite spark plug cap is dieing and you need to replace that, you can replace it
No spark on a Moby is relatively an easy fix and nutz how a non runner is worth dick on the market. That Tomos is over priced.Hard to tell with posts like this if someone is looking to validate their already made decision, or would like to know that changing the condenser, replacing the bonding strap and adding a jumper will likely cure the no spark condition...
I got a pair of these from Treats (well actually bartered with someone for a pair) and they are not severely knobby and are quite goodly on the road and in the rain. Will see soon enough if they are good in cold weather and in snow or on ice.https://www.treatland.tv/shinko-15-x-2-50-knobby-tire-SR241-p/shinko-sr241-tire-15x2.50.htmAlso they have the rim strips and the tubes, you should replace al
Open up the magneto and look at the exciter coil for the ignition, one wire goes to the points, if there is a second wire then snip it and give it a terminal and attach it to the coil mounting hardware (nut or bolt depends on the bike). That puts an end to the 'blue wire' scheme.
Take all my CTC cash(black XL long sleeve and a blue small for Rebelle)> baird co Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I want a shirt with Trump on a Chinese scooter chasing girls on puchs> that says "grab em by the pussy!" In that kungfu Chinese restaurant> font.
Besides the metric width vs Imperial width, Malossi belts are 30° angle and FHP are 40° so the Malossi are better fit to the face angle of the variator. You can also try a Ventico or Hutchingson belt (French profile for a French bike = better fit).For the FHP belts I find the cheaper brands are softer rubber, so they grip getter, but also wear faster and sometimes have manufacturing defects. But
Old school tech is to use a mid-1980s MOPAR map sensor and a digital volts meter to take the intake port mapping. Just drill and embed a port to plumb into. Works best at WOT because of the pulsing really messes up the readings because of the single cylinder. Throw 5v to the sensor and read the volts out.> Jesse Stephenson Wrote:> ------------------------------------------------------->
Thoss are 4 stroke engines, slow death like that could be a number of things. But if Dad said no compression (not low compression), could be the piston rings are kaput, try shooting some oil into the spark plug hole and do another compression check. If you get better compression then it is the rings needing replacement.If the timing chain has snapped then that can cause loss of compression, take
Mine just hooked onto the rear rack and there is a spring that ges from the lower pannier thing with the pleather strap hanging down, the spring goes to the inside of the cross bar.
I used Krylon's Kubota orange rattle can paint, that was close and available at the farm coop (limited choices out here), then a couple of coats of Krylon Clear
Very difficult to let some bikes go to new homes. This summer we parted with three mopeds and it was rough to say bye.
Sounds like it wants to start so I would suggest timing or crankcase vacuum leak
Post here for actual results...Buy & SellNice Moby BTW
You can drop the floor of the exhause carefully using a file so you can get alignment, or you can drop the cylinder a little with a thinner shim and slightly ramp the periphery of the piston crown at the transfers. Keep in mind that the two base gaskets you now need will have volume and also will compress, good practice is to have 4 tubes on the cylinder studs so you can torque the nuts onto the
Three 500 watt halogen work lights, barn safe and heats anything in front of the light by radiant heat.Also a sheet of that foam board insulation, cut large squares of it to kneel or sit on (lay on if under the tractor or truck work). Nice that you can stab tools into it for easy grabbing, and punch a couple of dents in it as a place to put fasteners so they dont get away from you. The get a bit
Stock AV7 vs stock AV10 - the AV7 had a higher rpm (the best of them) than the AV10 (the best of them) but the AV10 has reeds so the more robust powerband just rips off the line compared to the slower launch of a piston ported engine.H2O you have complications or challenges to get the plumbing done well: decide on thermosyphon, belt driven pump or electric pump; proper hose routing; proper cooler
That Pug is for someone with a Swiss M class licence, less than 50 cc and a top speed of 30 km/h. To upgrade to need to at least get a larger carb, because the restriction is the throttle body of that carb, only 8 or 8,5mm diameter. The intake to the cylinder will also need to be upgraded as it is likely the restricted 9mm inside diameter one as well. You will also need to change the exhause to
Bad enough we can not use engines made before the 1990s because of the lack of tetraethyllead in the fuel and now we will not be able to use anything made before 2010 because of the ethanol content
CHeck your spark timing and get rid of the stupid sandals
Malossi stopped production on their Ø45,5 liquid cooled kit (31 5284) so they are very hard to find. Lots of different flavours of Ø39 LC kits around
Double post -same answer...Gurtner D series - that is a pea shooter 8mm carb, I would suggest a upgrade. That carb is part of the restrictions to keep the cycle at the 20mph range. Measure the inside diameter of the intake and fit the Dellorto SHA carb which has the corresponding throttle diameter (10mm you want a SHA14:10, 12mm you want a SHA14:10, etc...) and jet toe new carb to fit the demand.
Not that 0,6 watt will make a huge difference, but keep in mind the capacity of your accessory coil(s) when bulb shopping so that you do not overtax your coils. Heat is a byproduct of electrical generation in a magneto, and once you start heavily taxing the coils they will melt the insulation on the wound magnet wire and render them useless. Also consider if you have the blue wire scheme (most U
NOT 1977 though, unless you are not planning to ride in a long long time...> Jay Rivett Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> Hit up treatland.tv>> they have the cable you need.>> Dos cycles, 1977, denny's any of them would as well.
Gurtner D series - that is a pea shooter 8mm carb, I would suggest a upgrade. That carb is part of the restrictions to keep the cycle at the 20mph range. Measure the inside diameter of the intake and fit the Dellorto SHA carb which has the corresponding throttle diameter (10mm you want a SHA14:10, 12mm you want a SHA14:10, etc...) and jet toe new carb to fit the demand. What model of Pug is thi
Prices are higher than anything and went up very unnaturally, too many flippers and reflippers. But realistically I only have one ass to use at a time so more than one bike is a luxury if you think about it, and based on that thought, I am quite spoiled...BTW - it is main transportation for many of us , not just a 'hobby'...
Serpentine pipes always have issues at the undercarriage mounts and crack, there is more weld than pipe on my vintage Polini circuit pipe. That pipe performs excellent, so I just kept at welding up the mount points until I replaced the mount with a J shaped bracket that cradles the mount point and welded to the pipe at the tip of the 'J".
If you need the added torque for hills or a lot of laden weight then get a overbore kit, otherwise get a 50cc for the higher revs.
Just mentioning that rings already have the assistance of the compression and combustion pressures to press them against the cylinder wallsGas porting can be at the side or drill through the crown. The drill through needs to be cleaned of coke build up often and quite useless if you dont often teardown the engine.