The carb and flywheel have been out of stock for ages at Scooter-Center, so I just ordered them at SIP.
Final configuration will be:
- Pinasco 225 Super Sport
- 60mm BGM Pro Touring Crankshaft
- SIP 26/26E
- BGM Pro Faster Flow fuel tap
- BGM Pro Big Box Touring
Any other suggestions for the jetting?
I have NEVER done this. I've rebuilt one engine before this one, and that one only ran on idle on the bench for the moment.
This PX225 engine never ran, and I have absolutely no clue on this jetting thing
For the moment I have the following opinions:
- 60/160 160-BE3-138 from a friend who hase the same setup
- 52/140 160-BE2-150 from @swa45 who has a slightly different setup
- 50/140 140-BE3-136 from SIP
Any advise? And any idiot-proof explanation perhaps?
I have removed my Pinasco venturi and tall air box lid, and put a stock PX200 filter back on. I also changed my jetting to 52/140 and 140/BE3/132, so it's pretty close to the SIP setup that you have referenced. First time with a 140 air corrector on the main stack, as normally I use 160. It runs very well, but it doesn't take off quite like it did with the venturi.....or so it seems
Guys and girls, got a question...
On a PX 200 Lusso, is there a way to find out if there needs to be a washer under the front wheel hub nut?
I canít remember..
The exploded view on sip suggests there isnít. But seems weird to me, for the nut to be riding on the circlip.
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