Replacement clutch pads are cheap.
I sell them out of my store for under $5 for a set of 16
Rag joint rubbers are quite obviously made out of tire side walls.
I have some with with Chinese characters on them.
IF THE AIR FILTER IS RESTRICTIVE THEN THAT MAKES THE FUEL MIXTURE RICH.
How to test the filter? Take it off and blow thru it while letting it seal around your mouth.
You shouldn't feel any additional pressure to blow thru it.
Change the oil ratio to 25:1
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a scooter would be a good idea although a 50cc would have marginal power for taking you uphill. Depends on the gearing.
Keep in mind that a four stroke engine has half the peak power of the same sized two stroke engine.
So a 50cc two stroke would be equal to a 100cc four stroke.
that's from my experience testing my own with a cheap voltmeter. Results vary with different voltmeters.
the higher the rpm the higher the peak voltage coming from the stator coil. Peak voltage may be around 200 volts at high rpm.
with an analog voltmeter set on AC volts , with the blue wire disconnected, you should read at least 30 volts while pushing the bike.
the white wire is for powering LED headlight/taillight, not for use with kill switch
I think there is a "sweet spot" for rpm range for engine reliability, not too low and not too high. Higher rpm spreads the load out more per cycle but raises the inertia forces causing stress to the metals. Low rpm has more load per engine cycle but less inertia forces.
Sounds like a good experiment to see what difference it makes.
With the car the fuel stays heated well because it just goes to injectors.
With our engines the fuel would go to the carburetor which would dissipate the heat through its metal.
So either we have to let some exhaust gases blow onto...
If I remember right I think those parts are lubricated.
If so then I think the thickness of the internal grease has some effectiveness on braking efficiency.
try a very thin oil after spraying off all the old lubricant.
assuming the tire sizes for the two bikes are the same then yes it is the extended intake because the length has a resonance effect which makes longer favor low rpm power whereas you want more emphasis on top rpm power. Try a shorter intake or take some metal off the top of the exhaust port so the...
Maybe something I offer on this page can be of use to you. http://www.dragonfly75.com/jaguar/intakes.html
Probably you'll need some automotive hose also because no one makes a 40mm offset intake.
I once made my own offset manifold with the help of a local welder.
don't give up. it takes just a few bucks to fix. and this time make sure all the electrical connections are solid.
all the El Cheapo's out there crimp the stator coil wires to the CDI but with the slightest looseness it can cause the coil to go bad. (long technical explanation involving electrical...
get a good carburetor.
shorting the blue wire exiting the engine will kill the ignition.
or you can interrupt that wire with a switch causing an open circuit when in the "off" position.
but the first method is preferred.
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