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nickthekorean last won the day on November 10 2019

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About nickthekorean

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    los angeles, CA
  • Interests
    food, scoots, reggae, cadillacs
  • Currently Owned Lambrettas
    '62 lambretta Li125 series 3, '63 API series 2 Li150, '73 eibar jet200, '79 serveta jet 200

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  1. The rt195 uses 200 barrel intake manifold, the casa is probably better for using the original carb and exhaust
  2. Dean from deanspeed is building up one for his bonneville motor, looks really nice compared to SIL
  3. Yes it did sell, to me (graciously takes bow)
  4. If fork is in and tightened correctly, maybe there is play in the headset clamp. Make sure the bolts that hold the headset bottom to the clamp are on and tightened all the way. With the weight of the bike i think it should be pretty difficult to move the actual fork up and down if it is in fact tightened down properly
  5. I kinda would think with that setup it should pull fine in 4th gear and an extra tooth on the front sprocket. what is your jetting set at? How is your bottom end performance before half throttle? What type of air filter? also 120 kph is pretty quick on a scoot, 74.4mph, i would say that is better than most.
  6. Oiltek are great. Massive capacity and install fairly easily. Very good quality
  7. I also have a jet 200 motor with same issue, maybe its a serveta issue or they used bigger mounts later down the production line? Mine is a late serial number 5598xx
  8. Dean speed has some nice progressive springs too for bargain, think i paid $40 for mine and love them
  9. Wanna trade 2 faster Lambretta's for your old slow one?
  10. Dude, corazzo makes awesome luggage bags for any motorcycle. saddle bag style, top straps lay under the seat, and seems to have good amount of storage room
  11. Since the flywheel puller bolt is too short to push the flywheel off the crank, i used the flywheel nut on half the threads of the crank to take up the space between the short bolt and the crank. Once the flywheel pops off the taper i just remove the nut and flywheel by hand
  12. I had this issue about 2 years ago, i just undid the flywheel nut a few threads and then used that to take up the space needed to pull the flywheel off
  13. Big fan of the LTH 7 plate clutch as an alternative to BGM. Similar cost, but have yet to have one LTH misbehave at all
  14. i bought one, no stamping or makers mark anywhere, side by side looks identical to a scootRS copy. will update once i install
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