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After my recent soft seize on a road that was so dark that if you closed your eyes you could see better , turns out the piston looked like a mini metal crazed werewolf had got its claws into it.
It's already kitted with a Polini 180 and Scorpion pipe so now seemed the perfect time to have it ported and bung on the 28mm Dellorto carb. A bit beyond my current capabilities so a mate with 25 years experience is doing it.

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Well I got the shift tube out with quite a few taps of a rubber mallet. The tube got shoved in about 1/2~3/4". A little bent, huh? The headset and tube bushings look fine, amazingly.

Other than the bent tube and broken clutch lever, the other damage is some roadrash on the spare-side cowl, legshield trim, and engine case; and bent and scratched mudguard.

I'm thinking about this lever:http://www.scootermercato.com/SPORTLEVER
Does it make the clutch easier to pull/modulate?
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Well I got the shift tube out with quite a few taps of a rubber mallet. The tube got shoved in about 1/2~3/4". A little bent, huh? The headset and tube bushings look fine, amazingly.

Other than the bent tube, the other damage is some roadrash on the spare-side cowl, legshield trim, and engine case; and bent and scratched mudguard.
Doesn't look too bad at all does it? How is the headset? And did you have to buy it back?
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Well I got the shift tube out with quite a few taps of a rubber mallet. The tube got shoved in about 1/2~3/4". A little bent, huh? The headset and tube bushings look fine, amazingly.

Other than the bent tube, the other damage is some roadrash on the spare-side cowl, legshield trim, and engine case; and bent and scratched mudguard.
Doesn't look too bad at all does it? How is the headset? And did you have to buy it back?
Exactly, the only things keeping me from riding is the broken lever and bent shift tube. The headset looks good, no visable bends or cracks. The headset top has some cracks around two of the threaded inserts (but I don't think that was caused by the accident).
Still waiting on word from my insurance. I'm trying get the dealership to give a more reasonable estimate so I can avoid hsving the scooter totaled. Still going to do the repairs my self and pocket the extra. I can live with a touched up cowl and mudguard, and a scratched engine and legshield trim. Forgot to mention somehow both mirror brackets bent, though only the left mirror has roadrash. So some how the right bracket bent without the mirror contacting the ground. And both mirror stems are unbent, despite the fact that the Stella has stupid strong mirror brackets. Debating whether or ot to replace the roadrashed mirror, you can't notice the rash until up close because the housing is textured black plastic.
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Just bought all the parts to get it back on the road, $92.58. Actually the parts to get it back on the road cost $51.25, the rest was just for peace of mind, i.e. replacing the chewed up oil screen cover, one chewed up engine bolt, and mirror brackets.

The damage estimate from the dealership cost $85.
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The damage estimate from the dealership cost $85.
your insurance should be picking that up.
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The damage estimate from the dealership cost $85.
your insurance should be picking that up.
They will, I just was pointing out that for around the price of the estimate, I bought all the parts needed to make it road worthy. So I really don't understand the dealerships massive estimate, especially since the head mechanic and head salesman both told me to buy it back, replace the shift tube and ride it. Wouldn't the dealership rather want a more realistic estimate so my insurance will pay to have it repaired by dealership?
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sun came out so I decided to sort me lump ...... got to the clutch n lost me tool .... bollox ...... next week it is then
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Punked out a "skinhead"... how you can claim skin and get shoved off by a mod wearing an ascot i don't know but it was pretty hilarious lol
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Punked out a "skinhead"... how you can claim skin and get shoved off by a mod wearing an ascot i don't know but it was pretty hilarious lol
What are you on about?
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I don't get it. Was it one of those right wing skinheads?

Most skins I know are reggae and soul fans that have a certain style. Not necessarily aggro merchants
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Don't f up painting a P series horncast. I spent 3~4 hours yesterday and an hour today picking out old paint from the grill. I already had stripped off the rest of the paint because I applied it in too cold a temp and it never cured, even after warming it up.
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my experience as a youth was quite different.... sorry if that was an awkward post.... it was just a very very funny situation...
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Not necessarily aggro merchants
my experience as a youth was quite different.... sorry if that was an awkward post.... it was just a very very funny situation...
Yeah, Mac, same here. The AC Skins (Atlantic City). They were some bad dudes... not like Michael Jackson bad, like scumbag to the core bad.
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Don't f up painting a P series horncast. I spent 3~4 hours and an hour today picking out old paint from the grill. I already had stripped off the rest of the paint because I applied it in too cold a temp and it never cured, even after warming it up.
Vinyl wrap it, heat it with a hairdryer as you put it on. Just done mine and it worked a treat:-)
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Pretty much all the ones I know are through the scooter scene so fairly like minded. Met a few bad uns of course. Never had much drama with them growing up. Had more hassle with skangers cos I was (still am) into punk. Think skangers are strictly an Irish phenomenon though
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I was a punk for many many years that's how I knew the skins... still have the jacket lol

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Wtf is a skanger btw?
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Ha... reminds me of Linoleum.

Post punk here, but my buds were those Suburbia punks, so the lines are blurry.

The Skins were awful by me... absolutely every one of them. They'd roll up to shows in packs looking to start trouble.
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Skins, in Australia at least, have always been retarded fuckwits.
I hear ya Bobo......for 99% of the ones I've encountered I'd agree 100%. A long time ago, I did know a couple of them that were OK, more in to the UK and SKA thing than the bullshit the rest are in to. Should have been rude boys I guess.
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The shoulder is only 6 feet deep, the tow truck driver is going to be pissed off
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sun came out so I decided to sort me lump ...... got to the clutch n lost me tool .... bollox ...... next week it is then
You're not still using the castellated nut are you? Use the other kind and you can give the tool away.
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twas him
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Resting up before the rideout.

Battered my hip good n proper at work a few days ago...what a c*nt
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Home alive!
Glad you had a happy ending, Gaz.

On a related note, I always know it's Spring when both my scooters are running. If I lived in SoCal, I'd never have enough cold winter months to sort everything out.
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I'm going to place an order for a Polini 165 cylinder, and SIP speedo and associated bits to wire it up from Rob Hodge, and I'm debating whether I want to buy a Pinasco Symphony exhaust or not. The Symphony has proven dyno gains at both the high end and the low end, which is what I want, since I felt I lost some low end since installing a bigger carb and freer flowing exhaust. But it's $318 and the cylinder kit should give me some gains in the low end from it's 10% increase in displacement, higher compression (from 9:1 to 10.3:1), and bigger squish band.
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Also, Tipper from LMLOCGB just posted this on Modern Buddy:
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Hallo !

I am riding from coast to coast of your big ol' country alone on my LML 200 next month.

If anyone fancies meeting up for a beer along the way let me know. I will post my route as soon as it is 100% finished.
He's doing a coast to coast charity ride for a seeing eye dog charity.
http://www.fromestandard.co.uk/Search-woman-farmer-year/story-26142093-detail/story.html
https://mattipper.wordpress.com/
[url]www.justgiving.com/Matt-Tipper1/[/url]
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Today was rain and feeling a bit under they weather--but not because I was hungover for a change.

Yesterday was oil change day for the Stella and carb cleaning for the VBB. I need to change the oil in the VBB, but ran out and the weather turned too cold to feel like messing with it by the time I got back from the auto parts store.

Both scoots are now running pretty sweet, but I still need to sort the bent fork on the VBB.

I've been unable to find a VBB fork, but I now have two 8" super forks. The stopper blocks are different than the VBB, so I've got to get it welded to move the stopper, then I'll have to cut it down a bit.

It'll be a pain, but it'll also be nice to have a straight fork in the bike again.
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It's been raining alot this week and all weekend, so plenty of time to work on the scoot instead of wasting it doing yard work and the like. Razz emoticon
So I managed to build up the front fork, get it installed along with the wheel. Next, I concentrated on the headset and all the evil wiring to go along with it. Tubes followed, brake, clutch and shifter box adjusted. Head light, horn and speedo came along nicely and then I flushed the gas and oil tank to get any residual media blasting material out. Installed same, then I tackled the rest of the wiring. Trail tech regulator fit the bill as I am going to run the scoot without a battery. Wiring done, pre-mix gas in the tank and three kicks later, it was putting out enough smoke to kill every mosquito for a two block radius. Too much oil in the cylinder and piston I guess. But it is running for the first time since 1989 when it was parked. More things to sort out, but I can see light at the end of the tunnel now. I want to thank everyone on here for all you suggestions, answers and support (esp Vader). It would not have happened without all of you.
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Your Rally is really looking good, especially that last shot w/ the leggy trim and Rally seat on. Are you doing stripes on the muddy and cowls?

Even no problems getting the motor going, except maybe for the mosquitos . That assembly oil smoke should start to go away after you rev it some. Now you need some good weather so we can see your first ride.
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