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Author Topic: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource  (Read 506833 times)

Offline eraser

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2630 on: Dec 20, 2017, 05:26:10 »
I have been wondering through this thread, i was sure i saw someone who had a broken chain guard tab, and i was just wondering what the fix ended up looking like.

Offline Paul in adelaide

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2631 on: Dec 20, 2017, 23:08:44 »
I made a 25mm strap , it follows the contour inside of the chainguard and is shaped at the bottom to match the original .
I have secured it with 2 self drilling screws at the top .     I plan to revisit it and add an identical piece on the outside .
This will enable a clamping effect on the chain guard and double up on thickness at the mounting bolt .
« Last Edit: Dec 21, 2017, 06:52:16 by Paul in adelaide »

Offline Tad

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2632 on: Dec 28, 2017, 17:12:49 »
Hi Stroker, thought I'd just say hello from chilly UK.
Haven't been on ddt site for a while, but don't worry as I still have my Ace. It's wrapped up for the winter now so it's hibernating.
Happy New year to you.
« Last Edit: Dec 28, 2017, 18:07:42 by Tad »

Offline stroker crazy

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2633 on: Dec 28, 2017, 18:50:42 »
Happy New year to you.

and to you also Tad!

It's going to be 300C here today, and high humidity - not good riding weather.

Crazy
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Offline Beelzebub

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2634 on: Jan 04, 2018, 08:16:13 »
Hey guys been rolling through posts and since my little beastie is out of play i've decided while i get her back up and running might as well do some mods, and i wanted to know if there were plans anywhere for moving the battery to underneath the little bum bump at the rear, cause i know i'll have to built an battery box or tray to hold it which is fine, but if you guys could let me know that would be grand.

Offline eraser

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2635 on: Jan 04, 2018, 08:23:04 »
beezlebub: http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=60946.0


Does anyone who owns an ACE own a CT110 or similar? Do their petrol tank caps fit the skyteam? I would really appreciate an answer as i tried different rubber on the OEM one and its just garbage. *** nopt looks like it might be too small***
« Last Edit: Jan 04, 2018, 08:35:03 by eraser »

Offline Beelzebub

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2636 on: Jan 04, 2018, 08:29:34 »
Cheer eraser, and have been wondering about the cap myself so looking forward to the answers so i can get rid of the leaks.

Offline Tad

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2637 on: Jan 08, 2018, 14:39:04 »
Hey guys been rolling through posts and since my little beastie is out of play i've decided while i get her back up and running might as well do some mods, and i wanted to know if there were plans anywhere for moving the battery to underneath the little bum bump at the rear, cause i know i'll have to built an battery box or tray to hold it which is fine, but if you guys could let me know that would be grand
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Hope this helps
Evening, if you have a look through my posts you'll find pictures of how to move battery under the seat hump and still use your original battery carrier. Tad

PS, I have fitted a fuel cap off my CM200 Honda and it's done the trick.
« Last Edit: Jan 08, 2018, 14:42:05 by Tad »

Offline eraser

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2638 on: Jan 09, 2018, 21:05:38 »
I know its a long shot, Does anyone have an unused ooracing 72cc conversion kit for the 50cc Ace?

Like this;
https://www.ooracing.com/tuning-kit-big-bore-50cc-to-70cc-suitable-for-ace-50cc-bikes.html

Or if in Aus, maybe someone upgraded from 70 to 150 and has a spare converted motor?


I seem to find plenty of upgraded heads and kits for the Gy6 engine, but not for this vertical one.

Offline Sneikz

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Re: The SkyTeam 'Ace' Resource
« Reply #2639 on: Jan 10, 2018, 18:37:14 »
I know its a long shot, Does anyone have an unused ooracing 72cc conversion kit for the 50cc Ace?

Like this;
https://www.ooracing.com/tuning-kit-big-bore-50cc-to-70cc-suitable-for-ace-50cc-bikes.html

Or if in Aus, maybe someone upgraded from 70 to 150 and has a spare converted motor?


I seem to find plenty of upgraded heads and kits for the Gy6 engine, but not for this vertical one.

I'd seriously look to a total engine swap. You can pick up a Honda (CB) 125 or 250 for a few hundred dollars from the local motorcycle wreckers and drop in with only minor mods (front engine mount).
Show&Go have a few on the books.
www.showandgo.com.au/wreck/wreck_bf.html

Bang for buck, this is a much better solution IMHO.
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