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:thanks for the reply! I tried Harry yesterday but couldn't get through although I've had a good quote from srp racetech. Im considering this option as it suits the style of scoot I'm doing and it seems to be the best for my budget-- coming in at about 400 for the piston, crank and machine work. Thi...
Suzuki 190 on a 150 cylinder, whose done it? Can it be done? I'm getting conflicting info from people - MB say don't do it Chisels say yes SRP say yes Facebook says yes and no! Some say only Italian tv175 I've got a Spanish li150 barrel I can get an Indian 175 (are they bored out 150?) Is it just a ...
- Sat May 02, 2020 4:42 pm
- Forum: General Scooter Chat
- Topic: Stainless steel fuel tank
- Replies: 5
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I couldn't say anything with regards to the steel/petrol, but stainless is often polished using abrasives sometimes leading to abrasive materials going into the engine with the fuel. Also stainless is more susceptible to cracking with vibration