Black ops 1 or 2 which ever one you prefer.
It's in the cylinder wall , were the piston travels, at the bottom of the cylinder. The rings don't make contact with the part that is messed up.
I'll try to get pics but it looks like the first pic you posted after I scraped off the bubbled nicasil. I think the piston is the same with slight bumps.
That is exactly what it looks like now. I don't understand what you mean by " getting your affairs in order cause your' gonna die monday" Is the moped going to die or me because of something hazardous happening?
The bubbles are towards the back of the cylinder. I think the nicasil plated wall was bubbling off so I just scraped the bubbles off and don't know if thats ok.
Well it still runs find. What risks will there be if I keep running it like this?
Sorry that I don't have pics but I recently checked out the inside of my cylinder and I saw part of the cylinder wall was bubbled out a little bit. Like when you glided your' finger over it, there were bumps. Same with the Piston. Maybe it's heating up to much?
Anybody want to play zombies on Xbox 360?
I don't know if this question is obvious or reasonable but what should the point gap ( NOT RING GAP ) be for a K-Star kit on a E50 Engine? Thank You
Can you pair a puch stock head with a K-Star? Any issues with that? Or would performance be lost if I don't use the 70cc head?
Is this a good quality, performing crank? Any Issues?http://www.1977mopeds.com/puch-e50-teflon-stuffed-race-crank-everything-kit.html
On this pic... http://www.mopedarmy.com/wiki/Image:100_2857.JPG ... that circlip is put on for the setup but on other moped repair guidelines, there is no mention of putting a circlip there. Is that circlip there only for that specific crankshaft?
Nevermind. I found it. The show is called zzzap!
When I was a kid my mom would put on a tv show where there was this french looking guy who painted on a white wall and the painting came to life. He could interact with the painting. A skit would also come up with hands wiith gloves on doing magic trick. So does anybody might know what this show was called? Thanks
True. I heard that they cost as much as 60 dollars for one at the military surplus stores.
Cleaning a carb is easy. Don't worry.
I have some close to me but their to far away.
I was figuring out where they might sell them other then the internet.
Has anybody in the moped community had these?It's what the military issues to U.S soldiers for a meal. I thought they would be great on a moped trip or rally. Just bring some water and you're good.
Try to learn as much as you can.... http://www.mopedarmy.com/wiki/Category:For_Newbies