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- Thu Mar 19, 2009 5:21 pm
- Forum: Lambretta Tech
- Topic: Under the crankcase cover.
- Replies: 6
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could it be the front sprocket cam slipping ? the cam might have a shallower rise one side, ive had the bolt come slghtly loose and suffered the same thing although i didnt realise till it came through the chaincase, but that started as a b@5t@rd to kick over and got to the stage where it would do i...
ive had probs with r (resistor) type plugs before, as the plug cap usually has a resistor in it to supress radio interference and coupled with that type of plug you get a weaker spark, i like to use unsupressed plugs and caps, the neighbours dont tho
just did a set of casings in dish washer :lol: came out very clean :D its going to take all night to clean out dish washer :evil: i just done mine too but along with the dishwasher tablet ive learnt to put a fairy non bio tablet in as well, when i furst did it i had to put the dishwasher on several...
i reckon it woul be a bit mental especially if you had some work on it to get it to about 90/100hp from its standard 70, thing is when i rode one the power kicks in a bit mental, at just over 6000rpm it goes mad, good mad tho but in a lammy frame and possibly tuned you need ya head examined
mmm i like rg 500s, great fun to ride i have to say, tho i doubt thats the works version or hed be a bit more twitchy when the power kicked in, id love a go on a works pre big bang bike id scare myself shitless, anyone know the loonatic that got frank to put an rg 500 motor in a lammy ? now that mus...