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There's not enough places to store or cook hot pockets on mopeds, too few bikes have bottle rocket holders to shoot safety bottle rockets out of, and if we are really getting into it mopeds need better speedo/tach/ temp dashes
a 19mm works well but you need to get a custom intake to match air flow.
finally got all the little bits I needed to rebuild the stator side. I'm slapping it together tomorrow so we'll seeeeeeeee
no motorcycle license required just a valid driver's license (but good luck explaining that to the police).This thread herehttps://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/read.php?1,4338943,page=1a guy complained to the dps here in Texas enough to have the moped list expanded and also be more defined in terms. I believe he also had gotten the update to include that a motorcycle license was not required.
I'm still ironing out the details on what I want to do with my mini-boso build but I did add some extra cans on the pipe already just for funz
I tried shimming the clutch from behind the bell, and also again behind the clutch,in multiple configurations but the further I spaced it out the easier it would bind so much so, I could barely get the nut hand tight before it would grab. I was able to get the nut down all the way with the original way I had it setup (service manual), but I just had to back the nut off slightly not even a 1/4 turn
Ok so after tinkering with the clutch some, I figured out I was tightening down the clutch nut too much causing it to engage. I back it off slightly and added some red to keep it in place. Moving on.
Kenny, We had to custom mount the pipe and re-weld it to get it out of the way of the stand, and an intake is easy enough to make and run any carb if you make it a rubber mount.I've run into a problem trying to get the case halves back together proper though. Everything seems to be in place and spins, but when I spin the pedals forward it engages everything and spins the crank, they shouldn
we are getting everything back together now , case shimming is VERY important apparently. We had everything bind on us a couple times before we realized the aftermarket case gasket was too thin and had to cut our own and the service manual called for a shim on the clutch output shaft that wasn't there when we took it apart and wasn't needed after all. I'll post some more up once we
We are still in the process of getting everything put back together proper, but already i had to do some significant grinding of the cylinder to get the intake that came with the kit to seat properly, I also need to shave off some from the sides of the reed block. I matched the intake and reed block as well (didn't have a pic of the finished matched reed but it's almost there in the pic)
after that whole shit show, I finally get the case apart to bore and case match for the kit. That was pretty simple process I used a 2" sanding drum and went slow checking for fitment as I went. when I was done case matching, the transfers were really close to the edge so I was worried about it sealing properly. I decided the easiest quick fix for that was to just add jb weld material to hel
I ran into issues taking the engine case apart with the flywheel. The fly nut was stripped and i had to drill it out. after drill the nut out I discovered the threads for the puller were to damaged to use. so i tried pulling it with a 3 jaw puller and the flywheel bent instead of popping off so I had to cut the flywheel off with angle grinder I tried to steer clear of the coils underneath but nick
Hi All,I've been working on helping my cousin kit this Morini Pacer so it can blast! I've found very little info on here as far as what's involved so I figured I'd contribute some of my experience so far.So when my cousin bought this bike The Shanks had already added the mk3 pipe and custom mounted a SHA on to it and it was going a SOLID 28 mph....so we ordered the MORINI EUROC
No joke Dillon! You definitely can't be afraid to hit an access road off the hwy here. you'll get sped past by much larger vehicles that think your an asshole for going 10 under the speed limit and they are going at least 20 over. Texas in general is not moped rider friendly.... maybe in larger cities, but all the cities are so far away and small town local-yokel cops are not-so "ni
The Shanks are usually down to ride in Austin, we have a member in Dallas as well, and there are a few other moped folk out there too. We have been talking about making a trip up to Dallas from Austin to go ride for awhile now but plans have been changed due to the pandemic.
really just need the coils for the stator.
I'm trying to rebuild an M01 and I need a flyweel and stator plate setup if anyone has one sitting on a shelf please pm me thanks
I'm getting to about 8200 rpm which makes sense at 44mph so not quite at that limit yet but close. I have a gila kit that's getting built up on a different a55 engine and going on a custom colibri, but am short on funds for it, in the meantime I'm messing with this for funs. Just want to see how far I could take a stockish setup with me on it. I'm starting to think I might run
Nishad, these are the tires. They sit a little higher and might effect your kickstand. Mine was bent anyway so I went with a sideboi kickyhttps://www.treatland.tv/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=sava-H05-16x3.25-tirehttps://www.treatland.tv/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=sava-MC51-17x2.75-tire
No Dr. No. That is way overpriced. You can find those pencil grinders for like 20 bucks. Who cares if its bad quality and you only get one or two uses, because it's only gonna get one or two uses total.... anywho I got some long shank bits coming that'll do just fine
My temps have been right at 300 which is kinda cold for me.
What do you mean "see what you can do with your timing" Mysterious Tomos A35 ? I was thinking playing with my timing might help but I don't know what specific timing to shoot for, for gains...
I've widened the hole on my exhaust to match the pipe but I don't have bits long enough to port it just yet.
Soooooo I got this streetmate that I'm trying get 50mph (or real close atleast) with the stock cylinder. It's got the a55 homoet pipe, custom intake to match a phbg 19mm, geared at 26x22. It was going 41mph, then I ported, I cut the intake down 2.7mm and widened it 2.4mm, have not touched the exhaust port yet but plan to widen that up too once I get the proper bits for my dremel. After p
Hi Y'all,looking for a clutch cover for a tomos kickstart motor, the one without the big hole for the pedal shaft.if anyone is holding, feel free to PM
i'll buy those shoes in the pic