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yes its held on using a retaining ring on the backside of the clutch facing the bell, it covers the shoes. I assure you, it's part of the clutch assembly. I'm just not sure why it's there, but the one that came in this motor is clearly screwed.
So I'm rebuilding an M1 and discovered previous owner put the clutch cover plate on backwards and the clip wore through it. what's the purpose of this plate? keep shoes from moving towards the bell? finding one without buying a whole clutch strikes me as tricky. Considering running without it for now. Thoughts?
That would be nice. I ended up using a drift punch on the the spring pins to install.
these are the right ones for the morini as wellhttps://www.treatland.tv/GY6-clutch-spring-set-BLUE-p/gy6-blue-clutch-springs-1000.htm
He always mentions Stihl chainsaw components. Now what model, I didn't catch that. Not sure if it's an older model or if you could buy ones that would work from the modern saws. The damn things are so reliable that in 20 years I've never had to look at the clutches on my Stihl saws.
I'd believe that. I'm not expecting timing to fix that odd rpm spot, and it definitely sounds like the skirt mod will be the ticket, especially since you were seeing the same thing. thanks for the feedback.
Still on an non-lightened/braced 2 shoe with blue springs. Was thinking of going 3 shoe braced.
I have the HPI mini rotor with the curve, and already have the larger 4 petal reed block in (haven't played with the dual stage reeds yet). I wouldn't say it feels like it's down on power with a flat spot at 8k I think is related to when the clutch quits slipping and when the curve comes on the pipe, but you could very well be 100% that I need to play with that transfer window on th
Adam, where is your timing currently set at? I'm seeing higher temps than I'd like. Cruises well but temps sit around 320-340 cruising, but if I get into the real power for any extended time temps climb to 370. Maybe that will be fine after a lot more miles, but I want to say I have only about 7hrs on the motor. So ya, I'm thinking on backing off timing. My light says I am at 17* bt
that's good to see. guy i bought the bike off must have had some oddball maxi cap which is why it didn't fit.
Sounds like you are trying to buy her a new moped? No reason for that, but you can still buy a new tomos if you had to. that or get a nice vintage puch/tomos thats easy to work on, "reliable" stock, and you can buy pretty much anything to fix them still.
cool thanks. I'll just have to find one that works
> Daniel '' Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> I have the cheapo treats repop on mine im pretty sure. Just make sure> you de bur the edge as it will slice you open like a razorrepop maxi on magnum x? i didn't see one for a magx. you wouldn't happen to have a link would you?
> Baron Von Hamilton Wrote:> -------------------------------------------------------> ya dude, i sware mine was fucked and I used a maxi....idk I’ll check> laterthanks, that would be cool to know which one fits
I think it is the same as a maxi cap, but the one I tried had the rolled edge that helps hold the rubber seal in, and it contacted the lip of the magnum x tank filler. A different maxi cap might work perfectly fine.
maxi and magnum one I've tried don't work, maybe a different style maxi cap or a maxi N might work, but I don't know for sure.
but why do you need more than 70cc?
Fresh oil was from cases. it weeps a little after it gets hot, but after an all day ride it got decently wet. I had new gasket set on order but I didn't want to tear it apart before a rally. I checked the fill after the ride and it was still good on oil so at least there is that. It was fresh ND20 before the rally.I replaced the spring before the rally because the old one went on an adventure
lol god I hope it's real weld. I assume it is by how it looks.
I like my f150, can haul 4 bikes pretty easy, and carry up to 6 people (thanks bench seat). I also need a truck for daily life and have 3 mile commute.That said, it sucks on gas and you have to load a bike into a bed, which for a lot of people can be a real hassle.I like the idea of an element, you could do a lot with that in life. Another idea might be legacy wagon or outback. enough room for gea
no problem. It's ugly but someone in the life of this pacer solved the issue. for the amount of weld they used, they probably could have just boxed it.
excuse all the grime. I've never even thought to clean under there from previous owner and it got extra oil from the rally this weekend. they just globbed a bunch of weld in there with two vertical pieces of threaded rod (or cut off bolts, who knows).I'd probably re-do it by boxing it in I think...
join the unOHfficials group on facebook. Tons of knowledge and helpful people.Try working on that 15mph bike first is my advice. You learn a lot very quickly working on your own moped and you're going to need the knowledge if you have them to affordably keep them running.You already have a 30mph bike, get the other to 30, then start trying to make one of them faster (if you want it to be).For
Cool, I'll try and grab a decent picture tonight after work. I was repairing the center stand last week after the bolt made an exit and noticed the reinforcement for the first time. Didn't really put two and two together until last night reading this thread.
I'll try to get you a picture of how a previous owner reinforced the stand stop on my wife's ss. They welded in threaded rod. Probably what they had, but it's sturdy, I'm not heavy, but at 155lbs it's rock solid. I kick start it on the stand and sit on it all the time, no issues.
Interested to see how this keeps progressing. Just got my DMP AJH right enough to rip, only have a funny clutch/pipe lack of overlap at around 8k. still on a stock un braced two shoe.running tm24(175 jet), upgraded reeds (can't remember the setup right now), hpi mini @17* (i'm pretty sure), two shoe/blue springs 2.5 turns in. squish is at 1.2mm with counter sunk head 3mm and raised cylin
It's like our alarm clock. wooooWOOOO!!
Some pretty big people ride mopeds, how heavy are you that you're concerned?
Ya I bet the hacksaw would work nicely. thanks
That's my plan first, I started on it, but it was late. Them springs are hard to cut/bend, need to bust out the dremel.