mmmmm me thinking
Wonder if this could be used like the old lammie vespa conversions
looks well smart
what people think
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How are cranks balanced in practice in the context of the rod/gudgeon pin/piston/rings etc? I feel like I've sat through a David Lynch movie watching those! :lol: WTF was that all about? Video 1. Twiddles with end of conrod and put on scales repeatedly :? Video 2. Spins crank round for no apparent ...
- Wed Jan 07, 2009 9:13 pm
- Forum: Lambretta Tech
- Topic: Group 4 Race Engine - 2004 - 31.5HP Rapido
- Replies: 5
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Carburation blip between 6 and 7,000 revs though ......... discuss! ....... Paul looking at this if Im reading right and your Lambda probe are calculating Air Fuel Ratio and the Lambda is a stoiciometric measurement of afr It looks to me that as you hit the power from say 4000 rpm to 6200rpm ave AF...
fine art of work :shock: but the RB will has them without grinding down the studs, with surly more mixture flow. The engine cases on your photo, obviusly, is welded for an watercooled barrel with big transfers. cheers fishi Fishi you are quite right & I wont distprute it :) But the above was done w...
I ve not really said much on this as people are talking the right vibes here which is brill I showed early in thread the Lamy crank with bell shape. Well look at this Bike crank look what the big boys have done http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q253/RFSscoot/BJpPGmkKGrHgoH-DkEjlLly9hRBJQf4g5zs.jpg ...
Are yes but what you can do is grind down you studs and make them thinner so gas can go roundfishi wrote:through the barrel studs ???
canÂ´t see any improvment of mixture flow going this way.
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