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After the excitement of ROM, the Quattrini motor swap by Chandler and all the go fast shenanigans, when I brought Red home he seemed sullen and distant. I knew something was amiss.

Yes, the motor I built several years ago had a developed an air leak and I planned to replace the seals. But there was more. I sensed an emptiness, a longing, a restlessness. Red had experienced the joy - and terror - of insanely high horsepower in San Luis Obisbo. He had shot past other scoots at 70+mph on Los Osos Parkway. He'd heard and felt 10,000rpm in his belly. He knew that there was more to life as a smallie than just putt-putting around the neighborhood. It was obvious things would never be the same.

Soooo, while the engine was on the bench, did a little old school tweaking to the Polini 130.

- 2mm spacer under the barrel
- Shaved the top to 1mm squish
- Raised exhaust ports
- Opened intake
- Cut a few mm off crank and flowed

New numbers:

Ex: 185°
Tr: 131°
Intake: 170°
All buttoned up and holding pressure
All buttoned up and holding pressure
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Exciting enhancements.

Definitely good therapy.
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Hey!
That's some good therapy.
I mean, red's exhaust is never gonna be the same - if u know what I'm sayin'.

Those are some far sportier numbers.
Love that the leak turned out to be addressable without split.

How does it run?!
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Nice!
Ya treating red right.
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Red is a happy little scoot and deserves to be out tearing it up around Southern California, not hiding the shame of a leaky exhaust.

I'm just glad I was able to do my little part to get the ball rolling. Just setting high expectations goes a long way.
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Haven't run it yet, but I like the numbers.
Prepped for surgery
Prepped for surgery
This much came off crank
This much came off crank
Opened intake a smidge
Opened intake a smidge
Old skool decking: shaved ~2mm using angle grinder + belt sander + final leveling by hand. Shoulders still sore.
Old skool decking: shaved ~2mm using angle grinder + belt sander + final leveling by hand. Shoulders still sore.
There a gasket sandwiched in there somewhere between the goop
There a gasket sandwiched in there somewhere between the goop
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[quote="SoCalGuy"]


Yes, the motor I built several years ago had a developed an air leak and I planned to replace the seals. But there was more. I sensed an emptiness, a longing, a restlessness. Red had experienced the joy - and terror - of insanely high horsepower in San Luis Obisbo. He had shot past other scoots at 70+mph on Los Osos Parkway.

Ah the S.L.O. Life! I used to live in San Luis Obispo 1987-1989. In fact I worked in Los Osos too! I went to Cuesta CC chasing Cuesta Betties and Polly Dollies! Some fun times! Then I got serious and went to UT and got a degree in Mechanical Engineering. I don't think I could of finished school in S.L.O. with all the distractions! Prior to that I grew up in Lompoc (Vandenberg Village). I miss the Central Coast!

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Quote:
Old skool decking: shaved ~2mm using angle grinder + belt sander + final leveling by hand. Shoulders still sore.
Wait - you are aware that you know a guy with a mill and a lathe, right?
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I'm excited to see the disc brake that Red got! Razz emoticon
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Nice job on the crank. Cylinder lots of work but worth it. Port timing should keep red happy. Expect strong mid, maybe 8500rpm peak power, with a long overrun, which might make 10k.
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Wait - you are aware that you know a guy with a mill and a lathe, right?
Ok, to fill in the group, said guy graciously offered to deck it for me with his fancy-pants mill, which I appreciated. However, it's an old cast iron barrel and hardly worth the wear on his machines. Besides, I wanted to see if it was doable by the average Joe with marginal skills (i.e. me) with some hand tools and determination. It is, but like Jack said, it's work.
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I'm excited to see the disc brake that Red got! Razz emoticon
Red didn't get a disc brake.

But Uncle Chandler gave him a snappy new short stoke throttle pulley as a parting gift. Thanks CM.
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Red didn't get a disc brake.

But Uncle Chandler gave him a snappy new short stoke throttle pulley as a parting gift. Thanks CM.
I figured it was the least I could do. It's also red, btw. And very snappy.
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Red didn't get a disc brake.

But Uncle Chandler gave him a snappy new short stoke throttle pulley as a parting gift. Thanks CM.
Most Excellent!
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Ok, to fill in the group, said guy graciously offered to deck it for me with his fancy-pants mill, which I appreciated. However, it's an old cast iron barrel and hardly worth the wear on his machines. Besides, I wanted to see if it was doable by the average Joe with marginal skills (i.e. me) with some hand tools and determination. It is, but like Jack said, it's work.
I did it old school, with a belt sander also, bought a belt with a high grit number. Something that should have been way to fine 600 grit. Gave me a bit of time to be able to rotate head while sanding. I think I'd go 800 or higher if I do it again that way.
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Wait, people are using belt sanders and angle grinders to mill down cylinder heads? Interesting.
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I did it old school, with a belt sander also, bought a belt with a high grit number. Something that should have been way to fine 600 grit. Gave me a bit of time to be able to rotate head while sanding. I think I'd go 800 or higher if I do it again that way.
Can't imagine using a grit that fine. It must've taken days.

I started with an angle grinder and a diamond wheel, then switched to the belt sander with a gnarly 30 grit belt. That took about half an hour.

I put a straight edge on it and it looked pretty level, so I bolted it on and gave it a pressure test. Not even close. Bubbles everywhere.

Out came the plate of glass and 60 grit (shown in the pic). An hour later - maybe two - it was nice and flat.

Quite the workout. But yep, very doable.
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wow dude, having time to get serious is amazing. Im stoked to see all that is happening these days...ive been gone missing.

Blue is ready for a refresh and the P is getting a 210 upgrade very soon. lets reconnect broskin...Post-pandy work-life has been out of balance...and has been seriously interfering with scooting, but the table is set..and I have a new house and garage as well.

see you soon MVP....and MV peeps in general...

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modkuo wrote:
wow dude, having time to get serious is amazing. Im stoked to see all that is happening these days...ive been gone missing.

Blue is ready for a refresh and the P is getting a 210 upgrade very soon. lets reconnect broskin...Post-pandy work-life has been out of balance...and has been seriously interfering with scooting, but the table is set..and I have a new house and garage as well.

see you soon MVP....and MV peeps in general...

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Can't imagine using a grit that fine. It must've taken days.

I started with an angle grinder and a diamond wheel, then switched to the belt sander with a gnarly 30 grit belt. That took about half an hour.

I put a straight edge on it and it looked pretty level, so I bolted it on and gave it a pressure test. Not even close. Bubbles everywhere.

Out came the plate of glass and 60 grit (shown in the pic). An hour later - maybe two - it was nice and flat.

Quite the workout. But yep, very doable.
I can't believe the outcome.
I can hardly sand the end of a bolt flat when I cut down it's length.
Remarkable.
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I can't believe the outcome.
I can hardly sand the end of a bolt flat when I cut down it's length.
Remarkable.
A dedicated act of perseverance, attention to detail, and a bit of olescooterboy luck! Great work Clap emoticon
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SoCalGuy wrote:
Can't imagine using a grit that fine. It must've taken days.

I started with an angle grinder and a diamond wheel, then switched to the belt sander with a gnarly 30 grit belt. That took about half an hour.

I put a straight edge on it and it looked pretty level, so I bolted it on and gave it a pressure test. Not even close. Bubbles everywhere.

Out came the plate of glass and 60 grit (shown in the pic). An hour later - maybe two - it was nice and flat.

Quite the workout. But yep, very doable.
Wasn't bad, using a 4"x36" belt sander, I set the head on belt and rotated it while sanding. Didn't have to use any down pressure. Kept sealing surface fairly flat. Finished up with a piece of glass, with wet and dry.
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I lapped down several DR heads when that was still something I ran/did. I went with the wet/dry paper taped to glass method. My usual rate of progress was about 1mm per hour.

I still have a collection of DR heads with the new height written on them in paint marker, not that I'd ever normally use them.

This is also why I heavily prefer top ends with inset heads. You just add head spacers to get your squish. The fact that they tend to seal really well is an added bonus.
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Wasn't bad, using a 4"x36" belt sander, I set the head on belt and rotated it while sanding. Didn't have to use any down pressure. Kept sealing surface fairly flat. Finished up with a piece of glass, with wet and dry.
Ok, you're talking about a head, which is softer aluminum.

This is a cast iron cylinder. 800 grit would barely scratch it!
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Engine's in. Fired it up and it sounds good.
Should be rolling this week.
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Yeeeeessssss!

Where's the First Start Video? Them's the rules, you know!
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It's appropriate to show shinny scooter porn pic like that for Red, after his "spring break" excursion with uncle CM.

X2 ok n the vid - or head up here for a coastal ride!
🙂
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I tried to keep us out of any "Scooters Gone Wild" videos, but am pretty sure I failed miserably on that count.

We had a really good time, though, even if it involved taking rides with strangers, winding up in strange parts of town, and even a little unplanned surgery.

We came back with all our Kidneys, though, which is my personal bar for success.
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I'm surprised he didn't marry a stripper or come home with a face tattoo.
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Apropos to show shinny scooter porn pic like that for Red, after his "spring break" excursion with uncle CM.

X2 on the vid - or head up here for a coastal ride!
🙂
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I'm surprised he didn't marry a stripper or come home with a face tattoo.
It was an easy annulment, so I wasn't going to say anything until you mentioned it.
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Yeeeeessssss!

Where's the First Start Video? Them's the rules, you know!
Not YouTube savvy… I'll send u a clip if you want to post it
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Not YouTube savvy… I'll send u a clip if you want to post it
I can do that. I'll text you a link you can upload it to and then post it from there.
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Red's first re-start...

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Lordy Mama!

Just took the little devil out for a spin around the neighborhood, and holy cow, big difference. Lots quicker and pulls hard.

Didn't open it up and forth yet. It'll be fun to see if it gained some top speed.
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Yasssss! Happy, this makes me.
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Yah, good stuff. Still smiling from yesterday's romp. Red's a genuine light-to-light bandit!

Probably going to blow the clutch or twist the crank at some point, lol, but we'll deal with that downstream.
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