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Author Topic: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds  (Read 93925 times)

Offline JohnGoFast

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #50 on: May 23, 2011, 10:11:29 »
Yeah love the Puch, I'm debating on buying a '64 Puch 250 for $400 bones..

Offline inkbot

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #51 on: Sep 03, 2011, 14:56:42 »
hey guys this was my cock teaser that lead me to buy my cb750, however i had to sacrafice for the A. money B. only way my wife would let me buy the 750 was to get rid of the one vehicle... it was either the ped or my 85 RX-7... i went with the ped.... any way here she is!


Offline Curbcast

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #52 on: Sep 03, 2011, 15:22:14 »
Nice Tomos.  MLM pipe?


I just got another Sachs powered bike.  Oooh!

Offline famousseajay

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #53 on: Sep 03, 2011, 16:28:43 »
Not really sure how big is too big for this thread, but to me my 76' GT250 is a small cafe.  Just got it rideable after a taring a 74' and 76' down to frame and using the best parts to make one.


Offline ROCKO

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #54 on: Sep 04, 2011, 02:43:18 »
just stumbled upon this thread, my first attempt, now i'm hooked, cb 100 , will probably sell this now to finance the next one ,,,,if i can part with it  :-\
IF IN DOUBT GO FLAT OUT !!!

Offline 240punk

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #55 on: Sep 04, 2011, 14:54:04 »


77 Tomos Silver bullter
A55 bottom end
Ported 65cc top end with high comp head (custom squish)
A3 1st clutch, a35 2nd clutch
Re geared
Added K10 forks later

Top speed was 45 with a Dellorto 15mm and 51 with a Mikuni 20mm. GPS verified.
 

This turned into a pretty quick bike. CVT > Other trans
 

My first moped back when I lived in Michigan. A very slow stock A3 Tomos.
 

Random build. First ported stock bike. 42 mph with stock 14.12
 

Brothers Puch. He'll never finish it.
 

Mopeds :)
« Last Edit: Sep 04, 2011, 15:03:38 by 240punk »
GS550 leaking smoking bogging pulling coughing jerking sticking dragging scraping crying


Love

Offline inkbot

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #56 on: Sep 05, 2011, 22:28:21 »
Nice Tomos.  MLM pipe?

I just got another Sachs powered bike.  Oooh!




Thanks!  i do miss her sometimes... the pipe was just a techno boss... 70cc alukit, hicomp head, mikuni vm20 carb, with a weakends intake. and an NGK plug wire. i topped out at  51mph gps'd

Offline JohnGoFast

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Re: Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #57 on: Sep 05, 2011, 22:39:10 »
Not really sure how big is too big for this thread, but to me my 76' GT250 is a small cafe.  Just got it rideable after a taring a 74' and 76' down to frame and using the best parts to make one.



Where did you get those expansion chambers?

"Burnin' oil and smellin' royal!"

Offline famousseajay

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #58 on: Sep 06, 2011, 10:06:16 »
Fellow DTT'er joeschuit fabbed them up for me.  He has got a nice GT250 build on here somewhere as well.  Ive got silencers coming in the mail.  I had to do something, it would only be a matter of time before i went by a cop that didnt already have someone pulled over.  And even creapin' at like 1000 rpm they are still pretty load.   8)

Offline mattsch

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Re: lets see your small cafe's and mopeds
« Reply #59 on: Sep 06, 2011, 11:50:13 »
My 79 Puch Maxi.  Got it from a friends back yard after it had sat for about 15 years.  It was my first project, goes about 50mph now!  I'm actually looking to sell it to finance another project, if anyone is interested!  $800, and if you know how to wire a Tomos, the price goes down considerably!