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What a day..
Is that a second SF motor or are you re rebuilding?
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What a day..
Is that a second SF motor or are you re rebuilding?
shit now it's all on the last page..

Same motor.. I took it apart to put a bigger crank in.. then it just snowballed I should have left it alone... it was all perfect and brand new.. shoulda rode 'till it broke... but I can't help myself.. all the DRT stuff takes all kinds of modifications.. milling gears, shimming this shimming that, cutting and filing.. and lots of dry fitting... check, tweak, build, repeat.. Whew emoticon

I'm too tired to do the top end tonight... tomorrow I hope
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shit now it's all on the last page..
No it's not, it's all right here, w/ another full set of Vaderpics noir.
Buck up little buddy if anybody can bilt it, Vader can bilt it.

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I made some homebrew liquid nitrogen to really freeze and shrink a special ring I got for using a PX type fly-side needle bearing in the small frame motor.. Bake the case for close to an hour, Hot case, Freezing ring and man was it a tight fit! as it needs to be.. then I baked that assembly and froze the bearing.. Oh I needed to drill the oil hole after I installed the ring.. then I put the bearing in..
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hope you did some mhwa mhwas when you dropped the ring in the tub .... oooeeerrrrr

n how the fuck do you take so many pix .... if im doing owt i can usually muster a before n after while me hands are clean n im not getting wound up
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God I'm so stupid. I drilled out my 95 and 98 main jets to 105 and 110, but both are too rich, and now I'm convinced 100 is too rich. I think my problem is I need a bigger idle jet. The lean idle is making everything else read lean, I also think I was reading the plug incorrectly. With the 100, it pulls well in the mid, but is a little sluggish in the top, while the 98 was sluggish in the mid but pulled in the top. I think the idle doesn't supply enough fuel in the mid, but the fat main makes up for it while being to rich at WOT. I'm going to try plugging up half the atomizer holes on the 42 idle to see if that will work.

Now I have to buy new 95 and 98 main jets, at $5 a pop plus $5.20 shipping.

Or just buy the Polini kit with a 22mm Mikuni carb, $140 at SIP with $20 shipping. A bigger, better carb with better jet selection.
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.... after putting it all together and putting the motor back in the frame I took it for a ride and all was well.. Except the exhaust I put on rubs the top of the tire.. arrrgghghgh right down the center.. it's just melting the tire..

There was a little clearance when I built it but when the tire is totally inflated and I ride it, it expands and rubs and melts!

I need to switch back to the Franz until I can find or have made a spacer for the exhaust to case connection.. 2mm would be great!

Jerry?

Anyway, the bearing conversion seems to be working as I'd hoped..

And.. the new BGM tap with reserve light is working this time.. the float is actually floating.. (thanks to Scooter Center for taking care of that problem without a hassle)

And I used a cool flywheel cover spacer I'd bought to space out the cover for the Aluminum fan.. Much better than washers and tape to seal the gap.
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was going to go look at three vespas today that need rebuilding


now one of the owners family members want to keep them


im gonna drown my sorrows
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Well, I did it. Some time next week, I will be receiving a new 22mm Mikuni carburetor. I'm already dying from anticipation. I figured I was going to buy it at some point anyway, might as well buy it sooner than later and avoid wasting more money on buying jets for the stock carb.
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Pushing the boat out neurotic. dont think anyone on here had rubbed a 4t Stella yet
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Damn, Vader! I wish I had half the patience yo do to put together a build like that. Beautiful! It's a shame about the melting tire.
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After a year and a half of rebuilding and kitting and rebuilding and upgrading and cleaning and switching out and putting it back, I finally got the VBA on the road again.

I actually got to ride for about a WHOLE hour today. Wish me luck for the future.
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Astro, sweet looking scoot there. Nice lines and perfect patina.
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Nice Astro! I love that bike.. it's one the of the best here!

Nice job getting it together! ride it as often as you can.. and take lots of pics!

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You need to repaint it Razz emoticon

I do like a patina/rat bike if it's done well, yours is done well.
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Fortuitous circumstances today.

I bent a rim after hitting a pothole about 2 1/2 weeks ago (then a week later I hit a raccoon, but that's another story). The tire bulged where the rim bent and a engine case stud dug a nice groove in the sidewall. Then somebody on the Modern Buddy forum who works on vintage Vespas decides to send me a old rim and new tire after hearing my story, free of charge.

Well it arrived 2 days ago, but I was messing with the carb, so I didn't mount the tire. Well now that I'm waiting for a new carb, I decided to get the tire mounted on the replacement rim. Get everything together and lined up, wrench the nuts on lightly, go back to torque 'em back up... and the 3rd stud twists off. Not stripped, not come loose, it snapped in half.

Luckily the half with the studs from my original rim was undamaged. Well two halves make a whole, right? Replaced the half, tightened everything up, inflated the tube, and the tire bead seated right up.

I feel accomplished.
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Luckily the half with the studs from my original rim was undamaged. Well two halves make a whole, right? Replaced the half, tightened everything up, inflated the tube, and the tire bead seated right up.

I feel accomplished.
Keeping old stuff around can save the day.. as you've just experienced.. glad it worked out for you.

Keep stuff until you start watching Hoarders and thinking about it! Then pass it someone in need! (then you'll need it! Razz emoticon) it's happened to me plenty of times, but it's all good.
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After a year and a half of rebuilding and kitting and rebuilding and upgrading and cleaning and switching out and putting it back, I finally got the VBA on the road again.

I actually got to ride for about a WHOLE hour today. Wish me luck for the future.
I'm not usually a fan of white walls, but they strangely work on your scooter. Please post more pics. That bike just ....works
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Astro, she just looks so CLEAN in a different drummer kinda way and NOW you got her running well too.
Does it get any better than this?
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Just wear a burkha over your helmet. Sorted. I do just take off my kid. It's out of politeness though
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If they want to have a rule, it should be "No covered faces or masks."

When I was working in London, every building I ever went in had a sign posted saying "All helmets must be removed" or something similar.

How do they feel about modular helmets if you flip up the chin bar?
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strange world....

One rule for some, seperate rule for bikers. Im getting one of those for the car!
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I wore a black balaclava into a convenience store last winter just to see how the clerk would react.

They didn't find me nearly as funny as I did, nor as embarrassing as my daughter did.
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I rode through a swarm of bees wearing an open face a few years back and needed fuel , I was in a hurry to pay as I needed medication but the curry muncher attendant still told me to take off my lid


pissed me right off, its standard here no lids allowed
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To me josh, looks like the cat dragged a rabbit.
Potential trade on th horizon I see
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Repaint it?
But that's authentic patina and any flaws ought to rub right out like new.

Is it a VBA Josh? Talented cat you got there, mine drags in little moles(dead) & field mice(last one very much alive).
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To me josh, looks like the cat dragged a rabbit.
Potential trade on th horizon I see
ahh the rabbit yep



yes a vba- hoodoo




im cleaning up the headset, cant find the blowtorch but
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It's already painted in you national colours.....green and gold

Was riding today with the tap pointing up when it started to fade, so flicked it over to reserve as I knew it was getting low, but it still was fading until it finally stopped. Bugger I thought...new bike...what the hell....then I realised I'd flicked the tap to closed instead of reserve...Doh
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It's already painted in you national colours.....green and gold
theres red pinstriping on the front as well, I name it rustofari Razz emoticon
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It has patina that goes right through to the other side.

Only a few servos here require you to take your helmet off. One in particular wants you to take it off before you fill up, let alone go in to pay.
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I'm so tempted to offer this guy $1000 cash:http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/wsh/mcy/4572680823.html
Then I could have a P200E (#3 on my list, after SS180 and Rally200) for tuning, and the Stella 4T for commuting.

I also found this picture of a gorgeous P-series in an ad for a vintage scooter swap meet. What headset is that? Not a T5, headlight is rounded. Edit: Indonesian.
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What headlight is on that P?
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What headlight is on that P?
Some Indo manufactured P's came with rectangular headlights, so it's either a Indo P or headset.

I have no idea whose it is, it was just a random picture I found. I loved the deep blue and the black accents, very understated and clean, pure sexiness. Just how a P should be, IMHO, just simple and clean.
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What headlight is on that P?
Some Indo manufactured P's came with rectangular headlights, so it's either a Indo P or headset.

I have no idea whose it is, it was just a random picture I found. I loved the deep blue and the black accents, very understated and clean, pure sexiness. Just how a P should be, IMHO, just simple and clean.
I guess I've never seen one. I like it. I wouldn't mind having one on my P.
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Yeah Indonesian.there was a couple imported into Dublin by a well known dealer in the 90s.Verynice. Vastly better looking than the normal p type headset. The square ish headset goes better with the squared off p series lines I reckon
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