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Albert 888

puch maxi tuning,anyone done it.

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    On 7/12/2017 at 16:17, Albert 888 said:

    speed wise it's 40-45 flat and down hill with the wind behind me,headwind you can knock 5 mph off

    Does that motor not need a bit of running in? Just wondering if it is still a little tight that is all.

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    2 hours ago, Dunkield said:

    Does that motor not need a bit of running in? Just wondering if it is still a little tight that is all.

    Running in? on a 2 stroke?

    Surely all you do is give it a blast, strip the top end, polish off the high spots on the piston with fine emery and you are good to go.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Well ................ until you get that sudden lurch as it locks up solid  :)

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    4 hours ago, Dunkield said:

    Does that motor not need a bit of running in? Just wondering if it is still a little tight that is all.

    Not much to loosen up really only a couple of bearings and to run the bore in and bed the rings. Should be good to go from scratch.

    Im delving into the electronic wizardry of hpi cdi and curves at the moment. Chasing power and speed,Basically you throw your old points, stator,flywheel, coil away and fit an electronic ignition with a mini rotor,and a new cdi. This will retard and advance the ignition automatically once set up right. 

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    7 hours ago, Albert 888 said:

    Not much to loosen up really only a couple of bearings and to run the bore in and bed the rings. Should be good to go from scratch.

    Im delving into the electronic wizardry of hpi cdi and curves at the moment. Chasing power and speed,Basically you throw your old points, stator,flywheel, coil away and fit an electronic ignition with a mini rotor,and a new cdi. This will retard and advance the ignition automatically once set up right. 

    Absolutely! With any bike, electronic is the way to go. Digital, even better, because you can map it to wring the last bit of power out

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