LAMBRETTA DYNO GRAPH POSTING AREA

Post your Lambretta dyno graphs here! But graphs & spec info only, keep the chat in the 'dyno chat' section ;o)
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his is the last in 3 runs/setups that were done with my standard mugello kit, tested with 28 and 26mm dellorto carbs

ended up with the 26mm, PM expansion chamber, open carb, 17 degrees fixed timing.

feels very good on the road but desperate to get it tuned/ported later this year as I need more go :)

the TQ figure in the text at the bottom must be some sort of glitch LOL

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Image Anyone care to comment on the initial weakness at low revs? Raising the needle and pilot separately made the motor run too rich. Rapido 204.
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Did you try a bigger atomiser? What's the full setup?


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It's a VHSB 38,55 idle, 160 main but will have to check atomiser and needle/ slide
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Major Hassle wrote: Sat Jul 15, 2017 9:55 am 225 TS1 27Bhp 23ft lbs Torque, cyclone 5, tmx 35 mil, franspeed super tourer
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Monza '240'
Barrel bored to 71mm with an H2 Wiseco piston
Touring tune by Powolotti
TMX30 carb
Short inlet manifold
60/116 crank
Adspeed ADS3 exhaust
16/46 with an Indian GP200 gearbox
LTH 7-plate clutch with uprated springs
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Fruitjuice wrote:Monza '240'
Barrel bored to 71mm with an H2 Wiseco piston
Touring tune by Powolotti
TMX30 carb
Short inlet manifold
60/116 crank
Adspeed ADS3 exhaust
16/46 with an Indian GP200 gearbox
LTH 7-plate clutch with uprated springs
I can’t read those graphs, but knowing Powolotti tuned it, I’m expecting a good power output. What’s the result?
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29.5hp @ 6300rpm
33.7Nm @ 5900rpm

above 20hp from 5200 rpm up to 7500 rpm
above 20Nm from 4800 rpm up to 7400 rpm
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