Me personally I love em. Though yes I only have one bike, but I feel like the gearing on the A3 is choice in my semi hilly town. I’m running 28-22 sprockets and when I need to it can hit 50. But This thing actually keeps up with traffic up the hills here in Columbia. Now I’m not trying to compare it with any of the variated bikes because that’d be idiotic. But as far as tomos engines the A3 is my
As far as transmission fluid goes I always run a detergent free fluid. Either type A or type F transmission fluid should do well. The detergents in most ATF will do nasty things to your clutches.
I don’t know how experienced you are. But it would probably pay off to have someone 3D print the molds. And make them a little larger so you have room for shrinkage. I’m not saying you can’t cast a head by using an existing one for the mold but remember molten aluminum is filling a void made by a part that is already to size. Then after it cools it’s gonna shrink some. I want to try my hand at som
This is one I took while in Savanah a couple years ago.
This is where the ants were. That spot was rad though.
Dude I forgot about waking up that Saturday fighting ants!
In savanah a couple years ago and watched Noah flip a Magnum down some cobblestone steps. Got up and started riding. The next day it was going backwards instead of ya know the right way.
The first day I got my tomos running.
I can’t say that I have done much for mopeds. For most of my time activly mopeding I was far away from my friends that are into it. But for a short stint in Greenville NC myself and two other guys rode daily. Then one dude became a dad and sold his to buy a Beetle. The other got a Art residency in another state. But for about a year we were killing it there. Then I decided to move back to SC. Afte
I can’t argue. That is pretty good.
I have been absent from the moped scene for a while now. Took some time to work on a thing that didn’t really work out. So I got my bike back going. Rad right? Not really it’s just a Tomos. But still riding around town the past few days has got to be the best feeling I have had for a while now. Although when I first got it back together it ate the con rod bearing. Of course it was after several te
Best get a cheap multimeter and check for actual power. I just wired up an A35 powered bike and I can tell you it won’t be easy without having that tool. Buy one or borrow one and actually check for voltage going to the light. In my case it is A/c voltage to on the multimeter you will select the V with a ~ over it. That stands for alternating current. You should register 9-10 volts at idle from th
With the style they are forged in I believe these would be in the lineman plier
I may have a entire crank assembly you can get.
What has mopeds done for you?What have you done for mopeds?